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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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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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Will ‘Made In Haiti’ Factories Improve Life In Haiti? Three years after the devastating Port-au-Prince earthquake, one of the largest international relief projects in Haiti isn’t anywhere near where the quake hit. It’s an industrial park on the north coast … Continue reading

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A system that improves the precision of GPS in cities by 90 percent Researchers at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have developed a new system which improves the ability of a GPS to determine a vehicle’s position as compared … Continue reading

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Désiline Victor,une compatriote de 102 ans invitée par la Première Dame des Etats-Unis à assister au discours sur l’Etat de l’Union à Washington. Selon le Miami Herald, une américaine d’origine haïtienne, Desiline Victor âgée de 102 ans de North Miami … Continue reading

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Article: Brain Area ‘Where Evil Lurks’ Doesn’t Exist: Neurologist

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