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Grade 5 students from every corner of Saint Lucia battled to the finish on Wednesday June 13, as the 2012 National Primary Schools Spelling Bee Finals were held at the St Mary’s College auditorium. After nearly four gruelling hours, Xanther…Continue
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Following a meeting with the St Lucia Manufacturers Association, Sandals Resorts International committed to sponsoring a mini-expo providing the members of the association with an opportunity to showcase their products. The expo on Wednesday, June 13 provided an opportunity for review of top-notch local…Continue
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For the average person, the name Haiti conjures scenes of poverty, civil unrest, voodoo and in more recent times, devastation caused by the catastrophic earthquake of January 12, 2010. But the followers of history recognise and…Continue
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You can see some progress in Haiti two years since the 7.0-magnitude quake hit. But Port-au-Prince is a tour of unrelenting misery and often disturbing images.…Continue
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REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- Two years have passed since a ferocious earthquake leveled much of Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, and killed about a…Continue
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The World Bank has approved US$255 million for a new 12-month reconstruction strategy for Haiti.
The funds would be utilised next year to support the return of 22,500 people to safe housing, improve neighborhoods, finance tuition for 100,000 children, feed 75,000 students…
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Haiti, living in limbo. The pictures and the stories are gripping, powerful and will get you in the gut. To think that a country in the western hemisphere, mere hours from the "richest country on earth" would suffer a disaster of this magnitude and still cannot provide the basic for its citizens is appalling. Follow this link and be moved to action. Haiti needs our help. Let your conscience drive you to the kind of aid you will give.
Added by CShout1 on October 8, 2010 at 8:30pm — No Comments
September 9, 2010 – The University of the West Indies (UWI) Development and Endowment Fund, United Way of Trinidad and Tobago, EximBank, SM Jaleel Co Ltd, RBTT and Republic Bank were among the early corporate citizens who kicked off the donation drive for the UWI Haitian Student Fund at a media conference at the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday September 2nd at 11am.
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PJ Pattersons says Haiti has never been forgiven by its former colonial masters.
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The devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti threw the country into the international spotlight, and simultaneously highlighted its desperate need for help, even before the disaster. In the weeks and months after the quake, some have begun to question whether the event opens new…Continue
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L-R: Gilbert Squires, Esq of Squires Benson, Cheryl Little, Marlon Hill, Esq.
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Where Wyclef Jean goes, awareness of and aid for Haiti's earthquake- (and now aftershock-) wrought devastation, follows.
Added by CShout1 on January 24, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments
What's being described as a Caricom mercy mission is to make a first-hand assessment of the earthquake devastation in Haiti. Caribbean leaders offered their sympathies to the people of Haiti and said they were making immediate relief and financial assistance available to help with the largest natural disaster to hit the country in 200 years.
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Bodies lined the streets while hotels were converted into makeshift hospitals today across Haiti's shattered capital, Port-au-Prince, as the world geared up for a major humanitarian effort in the wake of the earthquake that devastated the desperately poor Caribbean nation. A day after the 7.0-magnitude quake, rescuers hunted for survivors amid a grim tableau of destruction. Entire hillsides of homes appeared to have tumbled while in other areas… Continue
Added by CShout1 on January 13, 2010 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Haitian-born rap star Wyclef Jean has urged fans to donate to relief efforts in the wake of the huge earthquake that struck the Caribbean state on Tuesday. "Your money will help with relief efforts," he wrote on micro-blogging site Twitter. "They need our help - please help if you can." The former Fugees star has since said he is now on his way to the Caribbean state, via the Dominican Republic. "Pray for the people of Haiti [and] me please," he… Continue
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The Caribbean reacted swiftly to news of the earthquake with initial responses coming from Haiti's immediate neighbours - the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic. The airport outside the Dominican Republic capital, Santo Domingo, became the scene of major activity as planes and helicopters which sent in medical supplies and search and rescue response team.
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President Clinton touring parts of Haiti PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) --
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