Haiti, Earthquake, University of Miami

Collaborating with purpose

Collaborating with purpose

Five years following the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the University of Miami sent a team to Port-au-Prince to look at recovery efforts during that time, and the work and relationship-building University of Miami faculty, staff, students, and alumni have been doing in the island nation.
01-10-2020

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