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Pasco church helps buy home for displaced orphans in Dominican

When the temporary home for 27 orphans in Port-Au-Prince was sold, New Pointe church in Land O' Lakes raised $150,010 in 27 days to buy the children a new home.Full story

Child servants a blot on Haiti's abolitionist past

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Dec 4 (TrustLaw) - Dayana Denois was always the last to go to bed and the first to wake up. By dawn, she had washed the dishes and clothes, cleaned and swept the floor and emptied the chamber pots. Full story

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