2010 earthquake

Destruction In Haiti, Then and Now

GeoEye And Google Elevate Insight: Destruction In Haiti, Then And Now Posted by: Caron Beesley on January 25, 2011 in Geospatial On January 12, 2011, the people of Haiti marked the one year anniversary of the 7.0 earthquake that devastated their country.  It’s been a year since the disaster and signs of improvement dot the …

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Haiti adoptions mired in delays

Assistant principals looking to adopt children from Haiti mired in delays as conditions worsen http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/assistant-principals-adopt-children-haiti-mired-delays-conditions-worsen-article-1.455702 BY BEN CHAPMAN Henry Renelus (r.) and Regina Tottenham are trying to adopt three Haitian children affected by the earthquake, but bureaucratic red tape has complicated and delayed the process.   Seven months ago, two Bedford-Stuyvesant school administrators visited Haiti and were …

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2010 mission to haiti

January 2010 Medical Mission To Haiti

In January 2010, immediately after the earthquake hit Haiti, Uchenna Aningo MD, a practicing physician assistant in Florida, united a team of healthcare providers from around the United States who were ready and willing to go to Port-au-Prince. In a few days, Uchenna and Alex coordinated a team of surgeons, physicians from many specialties, pharmacists, …

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