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Haiti Five Years After the Earthquake: Mobility Outreach International Providing Hope for the Future

moi-1January 12 marked five years since a magnitude-7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. NGOs that work in Haiti used the anniversary as an opportunity to reflect on the disaster. While various organizations issued statements vowing to continue helping the Haitian people, many news outlets released grim reports regarding the island-nation’s recovery efforts.

In the media, Haiti has become a country defined by numbers. The earthquake killed an estimated 230,000-316,000 people, displaced an additional 1.5 million, and caused economic damage equivalent to 120% of the country’s GDP. Even more bleak figures were published on the five-year anniversary, including the reminder that an estimated 85,000 people still live in displacement camps. Read More →

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FeaturedOrg-Marine-1When you consider that twenty-nine percent of the world’s oceans are being overfished, consuming sustainably fished seafood is becoming increasingly important. Commitments being made by seafood producers, retailers and consumers alike to source or purchase sustainable seafood are resulting in improvements to fishing practices which protect the health of fish stocks and the marine environment, as well as the livelihoods of fishing communities. Read More →

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Rainn Wilson’s Passion for Helping Empower Young People

Seattle native and funnyman, actor Rainn Wilson, recently sat down with Margaret Larson on KING 5 New Day Northwest. They talked new projects, Seattle Seahawks, and Rainn’s passion for the work he does to promote universal education as part of GlobalWA member Mona Foundation’s Board of Directors.

By New Day NW Producers, KING 5

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