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APRIL 3: Celebrating National Day of the Haitian Women’s Movement

APRIL 3: Celebrating National Day of the Haitian Women’s Movement

HWC will launch a small grants program for invited women-led organizations in Haiti. Priority areas are organizations outside of Port au Prince that focus on Advocacy, Gender Based Violence and Economic Development.


Haiti Policy Updates

Human Rights Watch Report: Haitians Being Returned

Human Rights on Haitians at the Texas Border

Haitian Migrants and Asylum Seekers

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