UN Says Haiti’s Unrest Disrupts Hospitals, Orphanages, and Schools

Maria Perez
Oct 7, 2019 - 1:00
UN Says Haiti's Unrest Disrupts Hospitals, Orphanages, and Schools

The unrest in Haiti has harmed hospitals and orphanages and has kept about two million students from school, according to the UN, as many continue to demand that President Jovenel Moïse step down. United Nations (UN) spokesperson Stephane Djuarric told the Associated Press that there has been a pause of the protests in Haiti as demonstrators try to force Moïse’s resignation. Despite this, there is still a fuel shortage and there is a lack of safe water. Dujarric also noted that schools have been closed for the past two weeks. Protests in the country have been going on for months. Last month, Haitian police

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