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Intersection

Intersection: Helping Haiti After Hurricane Matthew


Hurricane Matthew killed as many as 1,000 people in Haiti before barreling up the East Coast of Florida. Pastor Francis Myrtil is a member of Orlando’s Hatian community and has a church on back on the Island. Pastor Myrtil explains how the government and aid organizations are in a disagreement over where relief funds should go.
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Progress is slow, yet steady five years after the earthquake struck Haiti. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
Central Florida News

Five years after earthquake, ex pats play key role in rebuilding Haiti


Five years ago today, a powerful earthquake struck Haiti, toppling historic landmarks, killing thousands of people, and displacing more than a million. Haitians mobilized to restore their communities, and the international community pledged billions of dollars in aid. But ex-pats have an important role to play in rebuilding. 90.7’s Renata Sago spoke with an earthquake survivor in Central Florida who’s made it her mission to give back to the country.
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