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Voting Will Change the Lives of Zimbabwe’s Women “Although the (current) constitution had been amended recently to forbid some harmful cultural practices, this draft actually forbids and makes it unconstitutional for customary law to take precedence over common law. Women … Continue reading

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Why do we need a plan? Whenever people are telling you they are going to do this or they are going to do that for Haiti, you need to ask them to show you a plan. Several sectors and so … Continue reading

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Love or Manipulation?

Sometimes people show you something with the appearance of CARING, but in fact it is a strategy to MANIPULATE you. Keep your eyes open because the person who really loves you does not enjoy hurting your feelings! MG  

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Gastronomes for Development Forests and food Alternative energy is something that Boston-based Edjoodelky Louis has taken up as a cause as well. Being Haitian and a chef, Louis is acutely aware of the food security dilemma in his homeland. Like … Continue reading

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A better way!

I was raised in a family and a Church that told me to never take anyone to court because God is good and he knows everything. In business, each customer I failed to take to court had the upper hand … Continue reading

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End of the (2013) electoral crisis in Haiti?

Repeated Crisis can be fatal to our young and fragile Democracy so they should be avoided whenever possible and at all costs. In the meantime, it’s very positive and encouraging to see some unnecessary crisis coming to an end… Kudos … Continue reading

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AYITI DEMAIN radio show LIVE tonight 03/10/2013 (8pm ish).

At Ayiti Demain tonight our special guest is: Professor & Economist Nesmy Manigat (Vice-President NE Haiti Chamber of Commerce). We’ll talk about the current state of the Haitian economy and the future of Petrocaribe. Our second special guest is the … Continue reading

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