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Haiti documentaries tonight on PBS

Here’s the review I wrote for The Inquirer on two of the three documentaries being shown tonight from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that struck southern Haiti.
Posted on Jan. 11, 2010
PBS remembers Haiti, with shows on earthquakes, criminals, children
By Carolyn Davis
Inquirer Staff Writer
Commemorating the [...]

One Year Later: Helping Haitians

Today’s Miami Herald editorial page makes a strong case for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to put Haitians at the top of the immigration line. Read the first few paragraphs below and the full editorial here.  With the first anniversary of the earthquake coming next week, be prepared for lots of stories and programs on [...]

Don’t forget Pakistan…

In my ongoing campaign to remind people about crises that are off the media’s radar screen, I kick off 2011 with this excerpt from a United Nations news service story on post-flooding Pakistan. Here’s the full story.
Millions of Pakistanis still in need of post-flood assistance, say UN officials

Flood victims gather around their meal at a tent [...]

Crises off our radar screen

I don’t think I can overemphasize the need for those who work in or care about humanitarian crises to be able to multitask responding to emergencies. Decent people cannot say to those caught in a civil war, “Oh, you have to wait until we are done dealing with these massacre victims” or “Your natural disaster [...]

Checking on Myanmar, post-Nargis

AlertNet has posted a blog article today written by a Myanmar Red Cross worker and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent on how some Myanmarese are doing two years this month after Cyclone Nargis struck the already-troubled Southeast Asian nation. It by no means gives a complete picture of the situation there, [...]

Combatting child trafficking in Haiti

Just got this press release in my email today anf thought it was worth posting in its entirety. Even as the media spotlight on Haiti fails, let’s not forget the threats facing its children, who are multilayered vulnerable - on top of the vulnerability they had before the earthquake because of their poverty, they now [...]

Haitians taking care of their children

The title of this post owes itself to the line I’ve put in bold in the IRIN story below. “…Most children who had one living relative were taken in by them,” local caretakers report. Why do I think that statement is so important? Because it runs counter to images among some outside of Haiti that [...]

An update on Haitian orphans

The BBC reports this story today. Here’s a snippet of it:
Aid workers in Haiti have sent home all but one of the 33 children that US missionaries tried to take out of the country after the January earthquake.
They said all the children had parents to return to. Each family was given food, blankets and $260 [...]

More good info from IRIN on Haiti

   PORT-AU-PRINCE, 12 February 2010 (IRIN) - Some 300,000 people suffered physical injury during Haiti’s devastating earthquake, but as a day of national mourning was marked exactly one month later, the full extent of the hidden, psychological damage is still unclear in a country with the most rudimentary of mental health infrastructures. ”We are faced with an [...]

On donations to Haiti

Check out this post from the GiveWell blog on whether contributers’ money to Haitian relief services are being well-used, and whether it may not be better at this point to give to othr efforts.