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Heavy rain and 110kph winds brought more suffering to the people of Port-au-Prince.

2 years after the earthquake which killed 250000 people the 350000 survivors still living in […]

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UNDP report states that over half of the world’s largest cities face the danger of a nearby earthquake magnitude 7.0 or above.

The horror of what happened in […]

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A story of shame

On October 11, 2011 By

Haiti, a country ravaged recently by an earthquake, hurricane and cholera.

You really need to read this article to understand how a country once known as the ‘Jewel […]

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Latest update on disaster that continues over a year after the catastrophic earthquake.  Cholera still a problem.

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A report from a geophysicist has stated that if Haiti had the same robust building regulations, seismic monitoring and assessment of soil strengths the number of deaths woyld […]

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Another essential read for year 13 doing the exam.  The Independant on Sunday has a special report on the situation one year after the earthquake.  No mention […]

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UNICEF Haiti cholera appeal

On November 13, 2010 By


My children will receive a copy of my donation as part of their Christmas Present – make a difference!

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Cholera in Haiti is spreading

On November 11, 2010 By

Latest reports show that cholera has reached the capital and there are major worries concerning the number of people who are still homeless following the earthquake earlier in […]

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