Homeless and Handicapped in Haiti

Homeless and Handicapped in Haiti

Persons with disabilities in Haiti have no rights, no respect and no resources.

The Homeless and Handicapped in Haiti are usually called moun fou or kokobe.

Will this mentality change after the Haiti earthquake?

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When I was a little boy, growing up in Hinche Haiti, I knew a young man named Edouard. He was a 'kokobe', a 'moun fou', at least that's what we all used to call him. But now that I think about it, I was no better than Edouard... Let me explain...

Read: Handicapped in haiti: My Story of Edouard, The Crippled From Hinche

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