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for the UN

Ray Kato

on 10 May 2010

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Transcript of HAITI

diphtheria tetanus whooping cough polio measles cholera hepatitis chronic diarrhea bacterial and protozoan diarrhea typhoid fever malaria leptospirosis General
Port-au-Prince Dominican Republic Haiti Caribbean Sea Lowest Per Capita Income 600 USD/PPP 2/3 of people are unemployed 3/4 lives in poverty
47% adults are illiterate 25% has acces to clean water half of the deaths are due to water diseases Diseases Water Problems Lowest infant mortality 9,035,536 French
80% Roman Catholic
16% Protestant 1% None 3% Other
50% of Haitians practice Voodoo Languages Population Creole Haitian Currency Gourde (HTG) 1-1 Rei Kato
Yume Kimura
Marin Shiba
Yuki Tatano FIN. Earthquake 7.0 magnitude Leogane 230,000 died 300,000 injured 1,000,000 made homeless 550,000 buildings collapsed http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Fairfax_County_Urban_SAR_scales_montana_Hotel_2010_01_14.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/File:Haiti_Earthquake_building_damage.jpg http://www.dwf.org/index.phq/index_blog/P75/ Education Living Environment Problems Hispaniola But why is Haiti poor? but, coffee beans costs cheap farmers won't get enough money wrong regime natural calamities environmental damage HIV occupation to America making coffee is difficult in Haiti NOT RECOVERED YET.
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