and doctors from Dartmouth traveled to Haiti last year after the deadly earthquake. The team has returned to Haiti this month and a photographer and reporter from the Valley News have gone along to chronicle their work. Reporter Gregory Trotter describes what they’ve found.
Six months after the earthquake in Haiti, a million-and-a-half Haitians are still
living in tent cities or on the streets. A Vermont-based
non-profit is working harder than ever to provide uncontaminated water to the
poorest of the poor.
VPR’s Jane Lindholm talks with humanitarian aid workers about the mid to long-term effects of the earthquake in Haiti and what role Vermotners and outside organizations are playing in the ongoing recovery process.
Images of earthquake-ravaged Haiti have inspired kids in schools all over the country to
find ways to help. At Green Street School in Brattleboro, a partnership with a school in Haiti adds a personal connection to the relief effort.
Vermont organizations that have operations in Haiti are trying to organize
support in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. And Vermonters from many walks of life are also looking for ways
Vermont relief organizations say there’s been a tremendous
response from people across the state who want to help victims of the
earthquake in Haiti. For
now, the groups all stress that financial assistance is the best way to provide
critical, short term help.