For Haitian women, credit buys confidence
Credit and confidence
Fonkoze client Mimose Clerjeau, 53, in front of her new home (photo/Amber Hildebrandt/CBC)
A year and a half since the earthquake, Haiti still looks like a war zone.
But dig a little deeper and there is pride and progress.
CBC Correspondent Connie Watson found a case in point: the story of some very determined women, and a small bank, just as determined to help them raise themselves out of poverty and uncertainty.
Click here for a photo gallery and feature article on Fonkoze .
Connie's report on the conflicts of land title in Haiti on the June 9 program.
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