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Haiti & The Loss of Human Capital – Brain Drain

Haiti & The Loss of Human Capital – Brain Drain By J David Fleurant Tourism, mineral deposits and precious metals are useful national wealth when managed properly and they benefit not just a few. However, too often we see they can become a curse in poorer nations where corruption is amok. Unfortunately, many governments of less developed countries rely way too much on their physical wealth, natural resources and other assets while neglecting the human potential of their citizenry….

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Happenings, By RAJ

Happenings, By RAJ It happened Friday night, December 21, in Port-au-Prince where a fire consumed Radio Kiskeya, whose best-known crusading journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul dares to speak truth to power. Thus, the fire is considered suspicious. According to a reporter from Le Nouvelliste, (December 22), the Port-au-Prince daily, who arrived on the scene around 10 pm Friday, the fire started around 9 at a house next door to the two-storied gingerbread structure housing the station. Ms. Pierre-Paul was in the backyard…

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