The Washington Post – Haiti has among the highest rates of chronic poverty in the world. Almost one-third of all childhood deaths are due to undernutrition, and Haiti is suffering from a crop-withering drought. For years, the United States has supported Haitians by helping to create jobs, boost incomes, reduce extreme poverty and ensure greater food security, especially for Haiti’s children.
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