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Going to School in Haiti

By at July 27, 2010 | 7:15 am | 5 Comments

Before the earthquake – 50% of Haitian children were out of school. Most children who traditionally went to school in Haiti attended private schools – 90% of Haitian schools were private and charged fees. Many poor parents could simply not afford school fees, uniforms, and school supplies and so their children missed out. Nearly half –47%– of adult Haitians are

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Maine businesses build school in Haiti

By at July 15, 2010 | 6:25 pm | 0 Comment

Woolwich (NEWS CENTER) -- An intrepid group of 40 Maine businesses have banded together to overcome obstacles of getting aid directly to Haitian people and are building a school in the devastated Haitian community of Cabaret, Haiti. They are hoping it is just the first such project they fund and oversee in Haiti.

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