Fertility and the World Cup in Haiti

Even in the most rural part of Haiti you can hear the sounds of the 2014 World Cup blaring from televisions and radios as most of men in my country stop to tune in to the games and check how their superstars are playing. The Brazilian Neymar and the Argentinian Messi are gods in Haiti. …

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Undaunted – New Voices Fellow Anick Supplice Dupuy

Anick Supplice Dupuy’s life changed forever when the earthquake hit her country, and renewed her dedication to promoting its people’s health. As part of the Undaunted: 10 frontline innovators shaping global health session at the Aspen Ideas Festival The Aspen Ideas Festival is the nation’s premier, public gathering place for leaders from around the globe …

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Tens of Thousands of Haitian Children Are Trapped in Child Labor Nightmare

As the sun sets in the West, the sea beyond Port-au-Prince turns a dreamy orange. This view of the ocean from Haiti’s downtown capital can seem tranquil, but for tens of thousands of restavek children dusk marks a deepening nightmare. One of these girls is 9-year-old Ana. I met Ana while working with restaveks and …

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Anick Supplice Dupuy: How PSI encourages family planning in Haiti

Newly appointd Executive Director of PSI Haiti, Anick Supplice speaks with Devex Editor Rolf Rosenkranz about the tactics PSI uses to encourage both women and men to embrace family planning. For more international development news, visit: http://www.devex.com Subscribe to the Devex YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Watch On YouTube >

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