1. Haiti: Where Did The Money Go? - Episode 3

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    In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. The international community, including one out of two Americans, pledged billions of dollars in aid, yet the nation has seen little improvement. Three hundred thousand died, nearly two million live in ramshackle tent cities. Cholera has swept through the population, killing thousands and hospitalizing many others. Only about 2% of the rubble has been cleared. Is this what you expected when you pledged your aid dollars? Independent journalists Film@11.tv journeyed to Haiti in November 2010 to see the situation for themselves, and dig into the burning question: what happened to all that money?

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    • Haiti: Where Did The Money Go? - Episode 2

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      In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. The international community, including one out of two Americans, pledged billions of dollars in aid, yet the nation has seen little improvement. Three hundred thousand died, nearly two million live in ramshackle tent cities. Cholera has swept through the population, killing thousands and hospitalizing many others. Only about 2% of the rubble has been cleared. Is this what you expected when you pledged your aid dollars? Independent journalists Film@11.tv journeyed to Haiti in November 2010 to see the situation for themselves, and dig into the burning question: what happened to all that money?

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      • Haiti: Where Did The Money Go? - Episode 1

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        In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. The international community, including one out of two Americans, pledged billions of dollars in aid, yet the nation has seen little improvement. Three hundred thousand died, nearly two million live in ramshackle tent cities. Cholera has swept through the population, killing thousands and hospitalizing many others. Only about 2% of the rubble has been cleared. Is this what you expected when you pledged your aid dollars? Independent journalists Film@11.tv journeyed to Haiti in November 2010 to see the situation for themselves, and dig into the burning question: what happened to all that money?

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        • Water is Essential for Life

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          Water Wells For Africa (WWFA) is proud to present the transformative nature clean water has in rural Africa. Clean water development is virtually the first step our of poverty. It has immediate impact and for those WWFA work's with, clean water is life changing. Help us celebrate more life with more water.

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          • Linda, fourteen

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            Haiti, Port au Prince. We see a mother dragging her daughter in the streets. We stop the jeep and rush to her. She's got cholera and is in a critical state. Her pulse is very weak and she can hardly take a step. We pick her and her mother up and drive them to the closest hospital to get them help.

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            • MEDICINE FOR HAITI

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              MEDICINE FOR HAITI In January of 2011, one year after the tragic earthquake in Port Au Prince I traveled into Haitian communities and hospitals with 30 doctors, surgeons, and nurses from the United States. Together we set out to provide free medical care for the people of Haiti. My job was to document visually the need of the people. It was an incredible experience... The people of Haiti are beautiful and this trip had a lasting effect on me personally. Music by: Jónsi For more information on medical efforts in Haiti visit blessbackbackworldwide.org

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              • Contagious Diseases During the 19th Century: Kingston, A Canadian Case Study (Full Version with Intro and Audience Questions)

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                Free public lecture presented by the Museum of Health Care on Thursday, February 24, 2011. The 19th century was a great transition period in the knowledge and understanding of contagious diseases, and with this new understanding came many changes to diagnosis and treatment. James Low's presentation will examine the state of disease prevention and control at the beginning of the 19th century, the degree to which contagious diseases occurred in Kingston throughout the 19th century, and the local community's response to these issues. The presentation will demonstrate the level of control that had been achieved at the end of the 19th century, and how it was expressed in Kingston between 1900 and 1920.

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                • Cap Haitian Riots

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                  CNN producer note JOHNNYCOLT spent a few days in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, as locals rioted in the streets, burned tires and blamed the UN for the spread of cholera. 'Most of the Haitians in Cap-Haitien were very specific and articulate about what they want. They want the UN out, not just because of the cholera. It's everything,' he said. 'Women and kids would yell insults at you. It was venomous. And everyone was incredibly angry. You’d have to be stupid not be scared of guys waiving machetes and broken bottles. Everyone is on motorcycles, not speaking your language.' - zdan, CNN iReport producer iReport — Troubled times in Cap-Haitien. Reporting from the ground in Haiti.

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                  • Pure Water for the World - Haiti

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                    An informative video about the work that Pure Water for the World does in Haiti. Equipment: Canon t2i Kit lens 50mm 1.4 lens zoom h4 sennheiser wireless G3

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                    • HAITI - Irish Aid Agency GOAL

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