Emilienne Isenady poses while showing off the crops on her land in Lascahobas, Central Plateau, Haiti. “If I knew that avocados had value, I would plant more of them, ” says Emilienne Isenady, a…

Cecile Fruman, Maria Kim |

Cinco años después de un devastador terremoto, que azotó la capital de Haití y los pueblos cercanos el 12 de enero de 2010, causando la muerte de 230 000 personas, el país continúa el proceso de…

Isabelle Schaefer, Christelle Chapoy |

Five years after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti’s capital and nearby towns on January 12, 2010, killing up to 230, 000 people, the country continues to rebuild and the Haitian people show…

Isabelle Schaefer, Christelle Chapoy |

Cinq ans après le séisme dévastateur qui a frappé la capitale d'Haïti et les villes voisines le 12 Janvier 2010, tuant près de 230 000 personnes, le pays continue à se reconstruire et le…

Isabelle Schaefer, Christelle Chapoy |

Things are looking up in Haiti as the country continues to rebuild from the devastating 2010 earthquake. And part of this progress is a story of trade. The Haitian government recognizes this, and…

Calvin Djiofack Zebaze, Miles McKenna |

The United Nations has declared 2014 as the International Year of Small Island Developing States (SIDS), in recognition of the contributions this group of countries has made to the world, and to…

Ivan Rossignol |

También disponible en español Behind Latin America’s economic boom is hidden a wave of crime and violence, hurting all citizens, particularly the poorest, who have no way of protecting themselves…

Hasan Tuluy |