Prison Aid to Haiti for Captive Slave Labor
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Haiti’s incarceration rate of roughly 100 prisoners per 100,000 citizens in 2016 was the lowest in the Caribbean. Nevertheless, there is a systematic campaign underway for more prisons. Canada and Norway have each given one … Continue reading

If One Could Extrapolate to One NGO Per Haitian… | Si l’on pourrait arriver à une ONG par Haïtien…

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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Half of Haiti’s medical NGOs have left and more plan to shut down their cholera-treatment programs by the year’s end. And guess what? Haiti will get healthier. (English | French)By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Half of Haiti’s medical NGOs have left and more plan to shut down their cholera-treatment programs by the year’s end. And guess what? Haiti will get healthier.By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Half of Haiti’s medical NGOs have left and more plan to shut down their cholera-treatment programs by the year’s end. And guess what? Haiti will get healthier.

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By Jacobo G. García, El Mundo – Spain | Translated by Camden Luxford, Watching America | Editorial Comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Now that money for legitimate science has dried up in the U.S., there are likely to be many more Cutlers. It is better catch them while they’re at it than to seek apologies after their damage is done. (English | Spanish)

Targeting Cuba’s Health-Care System

By William Blum, Consortium News. The U.S. government’s half-century campaign to discredit and destroy Cuba’s experiment with socialism has had many ruthless aspects, but perhaps none more so than efforts to disparage and damage the Caribbean island’s widely admired health-care system, as described in this essay.

Venezuela’s Anti-Hegemonic Aid In Haiti

By Kiraz Janicke, Venezuela Analysis. Venezuela’s main crime appears to be its non-participation in the UN coordinated “cluster system” which Adams argues “has worked fairly well” – never mind that the UN has been an occupying force in Haiti.By Kiraz Janicke, Venezuela Analysis. Venezuela’s main crime appears to be its non-participation in the UN coordinated “cluster system” which Adams argues “has worked fairly well” – never mind that the UN has been an occupying force in Haiti.By Kiraz Janicke, Venezuela Analysis. Venezuela’s main crime appears to be its non-participation in the UN coordinated “cluster system” which Adams argues “has worked fairly well” – never mind that the UN has been an occupying force in Haiti.