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The struggle for education in Haiti

How one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers.
The story of how one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers, and what it represents for the rest of the country.

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The struggle for education in Haiti

A photo in SOPUDEP's school office of a kindergarten student who died in the earthquake.  Affectionately known as "Préval" because of a family connection to the country's president, she was one of 28 students who died. All photos: Darren Ell

Following the Jan. 12 earthquake, 1,263 out of 4,716 schools in western Haiti were destroyed and another 2,541 were damaged; 376,000 students were out of school and an unknown number of teachers and students were dead or wounded. 

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56 - Deconstructing the coup in Haiti, by Darren Ell

September 26, 2007
| Darren Ell interviews the director of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, Brian Concannon, about the political situation and specifically the crimes of UN forces (MINUSTAH) in Haiti.
Length: 45:50
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49: Health Crisis in Haiti

July 17, 2007
| This week, Darren Ell interviews American physician and heart specialist, Dr John Carrol about the health conditions in Haiti with a focus on conditions in the impoverished neighborhood of Cité Soleil
Length: 11:56 minutes (5.47 MB)
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