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Feb. 1, 2013

This mail list sends regular news summaries about the situation in Haiti as well as notices of Haiti solidarity events taking place in Canada and internationally. The list is hosted by Haiti Solidarity BC, the Vancouver affiliate of the Canada Haiti Action Network (CHAN).

For more complete information on Haiti, we recommend the following:
* Join the mail list of the Canada Haiti Action Network (CHAN) at its web address below or by replying to this note. The CHAN mail list typically has two or three information items posted per day.
* Check regularly the website of the Canada Haiti Action Network as well as the links to other sites provided by its website.
* Subscribe to the RSS feed on the CHAN website.
* Read the weekly newspaper Haiti Liberté (in French, with one page of news in English per issue).

The Canada Haiti Action Network: www.canadahaitiaction.ca


Description of mail list:

On February 29, 2004, the constitutional government of Haiti was overthrown by a combined Haitian paramilitary assault and foreign military intervention. The latter included the armed forces of the United States, Canada and France.

Following the 2004 overthrow, the United Nations Security Council authorized a military force of some 9,000 foreign police and military to take control of Haiti. It is known by its French acronym, MINUSTAH. It includes a parallel political administration. Since the January 12, 2010 earthquake, MINUSTAH's numbers increased. Poverty and hunger in Haiti worsened under international watch.

Conditions of life have worsened indescribably since the earthquake. The international relief effort has failed to reach hundreds of thousands of victims left homeless and the country still awaits its promised "reconstruction."

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