Haiti: Paradise Is Overbooked


This article from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting touches on the development of the tourism industry in Haiti. In places like Ile a Vache, the seizure of land from peasants resulted in protests, which in turn have slowed the development of the proposed resorts.

In Haiti, where land is so critical for peasant families, providing not only nourishment, but a source of income, Haiti's uncertain land ownership laws leave many families vulnerable.

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