Entrepreneurship

Haitian Women's Employment Stuck in Aftershock

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Women in Haiti report they have yet to recover economically in the two years after the earthquake. Memories of the disaster are still fresh, and the losses have left their incomes significantly smaller.




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