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Haiti: “Listen to the women”

Haiti: “Listen to the women”

Mar 06, 2010

In Haiti, on International Women's Day, the struggle for women is simply to survive.

John Nduna: ACT remains in Haiti

John Nduna: ACT remains in Haiti

Mar 05, 2010

“ACT Alliance has been in Haiti for many years and will remain in Haiti as long as we are needed..”

Haiti earthquake: arts help children heal

Haiti earthquake: arts help children heal

Mar 02, 2010

The capoeira training is part of a comprehensive psychosocial program.

Haiti: water for the homeless

Haiti: water for the homeless

Feb 26, 2010

Clean water keeps you healthy.

Haiti: heavy rains underscore shelter needs

Haiti: heavy rains underscore shelter needs

Feb 19, 2010

And then came the rain...

Haiti: Indonesian children show solidarity

Haiti: Indonesian children show solidarity

Feb 17, 2010

Last year, two major earthquakes hit Indonesia. When a new horrendous quake hit Haiti last month, Indonesians followed the breaking news with great interest and compassion.

Haiti earthquake: ACT Alliance at work

Haiti earthquake: ACT Alliance at work

Feb 15, 2010

Paul Jeffrey's eye-witness account from the first few days after the earthquake

Haiti: one month later

Haiti: one month later

Feb 15, 2010

Tens of thousands gather in Haiti to share their grief

Haiti: recent images

Haiti: recent images

Feb 12, 2010

Haiti: images of the earthquake, January 2010

Haiti: Born in the rubble

Haiti: Born in the rubble

Feb 10, 2010

A Haitian woman brings her fourth child into the world 12 days after the death of her husband in the earthquake.

ACT in Haiti

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About Haiti
  • Capital: Port-au-Prince
  • Area: 27,750 sq km (10,714 sq miles)
  • Major languages: Creole, French
  • Major religion: Christianity
  • Life expectancy: 59 years (men), 63 years (women) (UN)
  • Monetary unit: 1 gourde = 100 centimes
  • Main exports: Light manufactures, coffee, oils, mangoes
  • GNI per capita: US $660 (World Bank, 2008)