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Good news from Haiti

The country is no economic success story. But that may be about to change.
January 08th, 2015
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Haiti has been independent for 209 years, but Haitians don’t have much to show for it economically. Over the past decade, hurricanes, floods, a devastating earthquake, and an outbreak of cholera have repeatedly derailed an already struggling economy. Yet Haiti may be about to make a turn for the better. And the reason has a great deal to do with a survivor mentality, technology and the Haitian Diaspora.

This reportage is on its way to a different picture of Haiti then used to see on the media.

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