In Haiti, a lot has happened in one year, but not for the better. Here is a brief look at what is happening now.
Haiti is Me is a grass roots viral marketing campaign aimed at raising an in-depth awareness of the devastation in post earthquake Haiti. Similar to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, this disaster has left Haiti in ruins and ongoing rebuilding efforts are urgent.
The team plans to leave on Feb. 13, with the approval of The Board of Governors of the state university system of Florida. With their approval, the team will establish a rotation schedule consisting of approximately three months for the continuity of pharmacy services.
“While we remain focused on family reunification in Haiti, authorizing the use of humanitarian parole for orphans who are eligible for adoption in the United States will allow them to receive the care they need here.”
The Howard University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will hold a campaign during the Howard vs. Florida A&M basketball game this Saturday, January 23 at 2pm
FAMU will focus on supporting indigenous organizations or those with a local presence, regarding the Haiti Disaster, such as Doctors Without Borders.
Singer/Activist Wyclef Jean returned from his initial post-disaster trip to Haiti this weekend. He responds to published speculation of financial impropriety regarding his Foundation.