Fed Up With the Negative: Good News in Haiti

Tired of hearing all of the bad news in Haiti, a reporter uncovers the good news that is happening there.


If you're fed up with hearing countless negative news stories about Haiti, a reporter has highlighted the good things taking place. Some of the positives include no riots and the "Cash-for-Work Program," which has employed 116,140 people since January. According to the article, one of the most promising outcomes of the earthquake was the international community's effort to speed up Haiti's debt cancellation. In June 2009, two-thirds of Haiti's debt ($1.2 billion) was canceled by the World Bank and the IMF. You get the gist. While we're so comfortable focusing on the negative, some positive things are happening, and that is a very good thing.

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