A small and shining story of good news from Haiti
Kids at the République des États-Unis school in Port-au-Prince enjoy a meal at the school which gets considerable aid from Canada in providing much-needed food to students. Photo/David Common
A small, shining story of good news from Haiti
Almost two years since the earthquake in Haiti, and still so much to do.
If you just looked at the big picture, you might despair.
It helps to consider small ones too, as CBC correspondent David Common did at a school in the capital city.
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