Grant Funds Research on Child Abuse Treatment in Haiti
May 17, 2012
In the impoverished nation of Haiti, there is a cultural practice of sending poor children from the countryside to live with families in the city. The idea is that the child will help around the house in exchange for food, shelter and education. What really happens, though, is that these children, called "Restavek" children (a Creole term that means "stay with"), face enormous workloads, isolation and frequent abuse.
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