Haiti Update: Death Tolls Climb; Haitians Fight for Democracy
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Haiti Update: Death Tolls Climb; Haitians Fight for Democracy

People take part in a protest against fuel shortages and to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on September 20, 2019. – Haiti’s long-suffering population has faced an extra burden for more than a week: closed service stations and lines of motorists hoping to buy even a few drops of petrol during a fuel shortage that’s getting worse. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP) (Photo credit should read CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP/Getty Images)

Friends and family,

We continue to pray as our the HaitiChildren staff at our Village in Haiti  maintain their heroic efforts to care for our children.  It has been a tough year for the citizens, through environmental challenges and political unrest. The Haitian people are in the middle of a volatile pro-Democracy movement. Police violence escalates and the death toll of protesters has climbed to 20 people, including a 16 year old boy and several journalist. Please keep Haiti in your prayers and hearts, as we at HaitiChildren continue to work with our Haitian Team – to find solutions, peace, and hope for our children. We continue our mission to protect and help the children of Haiti, so that they may become the leaders that Haiti needs.

This article from TruthOut.org gives provides an extensive report of the ongoing political unrest.



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