Before last month’s earthquake, Haiti’s children were at risk of indentured servitude and sex trafficking. On this week’s Underreported,Caryl M. Stern, president of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, and Manuel Fontaine, a UNICEF Representative in Algeria and child protection expert who is currently on mission with UNICEF in Haiti,
join us for a look at why Haiti’s children were vulnerable before last month’s earthquake and what kind of efforts are underway to protect them as the country tries to rebuild.
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