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Haiti Red Cross

Haiti Red Cross

The American Red Cross is helping with Haiti disaster relief. The global Red Cross network is helping hundreds of thousands of Haitians recover from the January earthquake in the largest single-country response in its history.

Read articles related to the American Red Cross in Haiti.

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Konbit : Haitian Farmers working together planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti

Konbit : Haitian Farmers working together planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti

Look at this photo... Haitian Farmers working together and planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti (Departement du Centre). This is called Konbit in Haiti.

Mo kreyol pou " L'union Fait La Force " se KONBIT

(The single Haitian creole word for "Unity is Strength" engraved in the Haitian flag, is KONBIT)

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PHOTO: Haiti - Youri Chevry, Mayor of the City of Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Haiti - Youri Chevry, Mayor of the City of Port-au-Prince

Look at this photo... Haiti - Youri Chevry, Mayor of the City of Port-au-Prince.

Youri Chevry is a former manager of a famous Haitian rap group Barikad Crew and brother of Gregory Chevry, himself a former candidate for senator in the Plateau Central department.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Fire at marché de la Croix-des-Bossales

PHOTO: Haiti - Fire at marché de la Croix-des-Bossales

Look at this photo... Big fire at marché de la Croix-des-Bossales in downtown Port-au-Prince Haiti.

Gade foto saa, yon gro dife nan mache kwabosal nan potoprens.

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PHOTO: Haiti in Crisis - Desperate Haitians living in caves

PHOTO: Haiti in Crisis - Desperate Haitians living in caves

Look at this photo... Desperate Haitian families have taken refuge in a cave in Fonds Rouge Dahere on the outskirts of Jeremie since Hurricane Mathew.

These Haitian families lost everything in the storm and are left to fend for themselves in what they call "the hole."

On Wednesday, a Food For The Poor team found 240 people living in the cave. Courtesy of Food For The Poor

Read the article from the Miami Herald:

Desperate Haitians living in caves, eating toxic plants in post-hurricane Haiti

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Church Ceremony - Charlemagne Peralte Death Anniversary 2014 - Hinche Haiti

Church Ceremony - Charlemagne Peralte Death Anniversary 2014 - Hinche Haiti

Look at this photo... Church Ceremony - Charlemagne Peralte Death Anniversary 2014 - Hinche Haiti

There was a ceremony held in Hinche Haiti on 31 October 2014 to remember the death of this great Haitian Hero, Charlemagne Peralte, who was captured and killed by the US Army back on 31 october 1919.

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PHOTO: Belladere Haiti - Route Asphalte pou ale sou Fontiere Dominicain an

PHOTO: Belladere Haiti - Route Asphalte pou ale sou Fontiere Dominicain an

Gade photo saa... Belladere Haiti - Men nouvo route ki asphalte kite Belladere pou ale sou fontiere Dominicain an... Bagay nèf...

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PHOTO: Haiti - Residents of Hinche gather at the Cathedral to commemorate the death of Charlemagne Peralte

PHOTO: Haiti - Residents of Hinche gather at the Cathedral to commemorate the death of Charlemagne Peralte

Look at this photo... There was a ceremony held in Hinche Haiti on 31 October 2014 to remember the death of this great Haitian Hero, Charlemagne Peralte, a native of Hinche, who was captured and killed by the US Army back on 31 October 1919.

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PHOTO: Belladere Haiti - Route Asphalte pou ale sou Fontiere Dominicain an

PHOTO: Belladere Haiti - Route Asphalte pou ale sou Fontiere Dominicain an

Gade photo saa... Belladere Haiti - Men nouvo route ki asphalte kite Belladere pou ale sou fontiere Dominicain an... Bagay nèf...

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Good Friday : Vendredi Saint in Haiti

Good Friday : Vendredi Saint in Haiti

Good Friday or Vendredi Saint is a holiday (jour ferrier) in Haiti.

Good Friday is the Friday before Easter Sunday (Dimanche de Pâques).

Good Friday is the the day that commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. What is it called Good Friday? Hmmm...

Good Friday is a very important day for all Haitian Christians, especially Catholics. On Good Friday in Haiti, Christians commemorate the arrest, trial and death of Jesus on the cross. Haitian Christians remember that Jesus died for our sins.

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