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Hard to let go

I completed my work for IDA Foundation in Haiti in January 2011. I am leaving this blog up for any interested persons (my site stats still show a few random visits a day). It’s hard to let go – a year … Continue reading

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Green along the coast

A few more photos of the countryside, this time along the coast (but no photos of the gorgeous sea, unforgivable I know!) These were taken in October on my way to Petit-Goâve, 75 km from Port-au-Prince, where I visited a … Continue reading

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In the Central Plateau

I am back in The Netherlands, but there are a few things I still want to share, so before I conclude this blog, a few posts are coming up this month. Something that I really wanted to do while in … Continue reading

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Access to Essential Medicines: 10 stories that mattered in 2010

And matter for 2011 too! See the ten stories on the MSF website.

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Elections and protests update

What you can read in the news Tuesday evening the Conseil Electoral Provisoire announced the preliminary results of the national elections which took place last week. In the presidential race, Mirlande Manigat was announced to be in the lead with 31.37% (336,378 votes), … Continue reading

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Must-read

A friend of mine sent me this article: http://archive.truthout.org/how-rumors-rule-cholera-torn-haiti65656. It is a must-read! (*if you are interested in Haiti and/or development…) Some thoughts: It might be the best article I have read about Haiti so far. Maybe because it expresses and reinforces … Continue reading

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On the walls: it’s Jerry!

I’m not the only one whose eye was caught by graffiti – thanks to a colleague I discovered the graffiti artist from earlier posts signs ‘Jerry’ and not ‘Jezz’, and has definitely been noticed by the media. There are YouTube videos of … Continue reading

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