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OP: October 09, 2020, 11:04:56 PM
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#1: October 10, 2020, 03:59:26 PM
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#2: October 11, 2020, 01:39:02 PM
I was wrong, these are not the missing ones.  But they are still interesting and easily searchable.

I was reading through the "Haiti" emails.

She seemed quote concerned about the orphans being trafficked, about them needing to be vaccinated, and how parents easily give away their children.

Haitian culture accepts parents who give their children away, and after the quake they were anxious for people to take their children away to the US:


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Haitian parents unable to care for their children have traditionally sent them away from home, to relatives or strangers who are expected to provide the children with food, shelter, and an education in exchange for housework. Children given or sold into this system are known as restaveks, a Creole term based on the French "restez avec" ("stay with").

While some restaveks are cared for by their host families and sent to school, most of these children are subjected to years of hardship, abuse, and involuntary domestic servitude. At one time the practice may have benefitted both child and the host family, but for most restaveks it is now a modern form of slavery.

The roots of the restavek system reach back generations, and mirror involuntary child domestic servitude patterns in West Africa. The practice is so entrenched in Haitian society that it is not limited to the upper classes -- poor families routinely keep one or more restaveks who come from even poorer families.

Estimates from NGOs and the Haitian government of the number of restaveks in the country run from 90,000 to 300,000, the majority of whom are girls between the ages of six and 14. NGOs believe another 3,000 Haitian restaveks are in the Dominican Republic. Exploited restaveks in either country typically work excessive hours on physically demanding tasks without pay or adequate food, do not attend school, and are often physically and sexually abused by their host family.

On average, parents offer their children to host families when they are as young as six. Girls are primarily trafficked into private homes in the city, while boys more often end up exploited for labor on farms.

Restaveks who do not run away or escape usually remain with the host family until they are 14- years old; Haitian labor laws require employers to pay domestic workers over 15 years old, so many host families force restaveks out of the household before that age. Abandoned and runaway restaveks make up a significant proportion of the large population of children living on the street, where most are forced into prostitution or street crime by violent criminal gangs. The restavek system thus has a destabilizing effect far beyond the individuals involved.

Some restaveks do escape, and those who are picked up by the authorities are referred to the social welfare organization IBESR (Institut pour le bien-etre social et la recherche), and then temporarily cared for in dedicated shelters. Two centers in Port au Prince receive financial and technical support from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to provide shelter, food, medical and psychosocial services for these children until their parents can be found and conditions are in place for the children to return to their families.

The shelter's capacity is limited, however, and the rescued children cannot always return to their families. Since 2005, IOM has only been able to assist about 300 children.

Action Needed:

The permanent demise of the restavek system cannot come about without overhauling both the Haitian legal system -- which does not prohibit or punish this form of modern slavery -- and the historical institutions and attitudes which support it.

Some of these changes are already in process, although without long-term international support they are likely to prove fruitless. The UN, USAID, World Bank, IOM, US Institute of Peace, and other reputable organizations currently conduct rule-of-law and legal reform assistance programs that seek in part to revise Haiti's criminal laws, which have been in place relatively untouched since 1826.


"The Miami Herald followed Herald reporter Kathleen McGrory to 2 survivor camps where she was greeted with desperate pleas from first 10 and then up to 50 Haitian parents begging: "Take my child away. Take my child to America." On Kathleen's visit to a second camp, "in pursuit of a story about parents begging orphanages to take their children, she encountered more parents begging her to take their child away from Haiti". "This is Haiti, where parents are willing to endure unimaginable heartbreak if only some stranger would deliver their children to America."[2]


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This white paper outlining the situation of the 12 Haitian children still in limbo in Pittsburgh is too darned long but HHS

feels it is essential for the senior decision makers in all three Departments to appreciate the full range of players who are

interested in the decisions made about the children. Secretary Sebelius wants to discuss the cases directly with Secretaries Clinton and Napolitano.


This is the ed rendell matter when he put more kids on plane than we authorized.



Other groups involved with Haitian children:

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2) Orphanages, Tracing and Family Reunification

USAID/DART staff is coordinating with UNICEF to-distribute 245 tents to earthquake-affected orphanages and schools and to establish child-friendly spaces.[3]

UNICEF reports that the Child Protection Sub-Cluster/WG (CPWG) conducted rapid assessments on 195 residential care centers for children as of 5 Feb; 32 Child Friendly Spaces have been established by Sub Cluster members, country-wide, with the majority in the Port-au-Prince area.[4]

UNICEF reports that the IRC and Save the Children, through the CPWG, conducted the first training on registiation of separated and unaccompanied children on 5 Feb for 30 CPWG members. The second training on basic structure and principles of child friendly spaces was conducted for 30 participants of CBO's managing safe spaces or expanding facilities in the near future. [5]


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emergency response team from Westport's Save the Children successfully reached Haiti today and worked quickly with staff already on the ground to organize the distribution of tents, medicine, and toiletries to children and families in desperate need, the charity said.

"Save the Children is extremely concerned about the well-being of children in Haiti at this critical moment and we are doing everything we can to quickly get relief supplies to those who need it most," said Charles MacCormack, president and CEO of Save the Children, in a news release.

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Adoptions: Bellerive signed the two lists of humanitarian parole letters I brought him, asking if we are close to finishing all the kids in the pipeline. In a later meeting with multiple donors Bellerive talked about the case of the ten Amcits being held for allegedly trying to take Haitian children out of the country without authorization. He said that this case is in the hands of the courts and that the Executive has no influence over the outcome, but said it is an example of the GOH's need to control the problem of child trafficking which he said has increased exponentially since the earthquake. He said the judge has three months to decide the case. He has already dropped the most serious charge of kidnapping, and now the charges "only carry a maximum of 15 years in prison." He said that the judge might determine that there isn't enough evidence in the case to try the Amcits. He said that the only power the Executive has in the case would be a presidential pardon in the event they are found guilty. He would' not speculate on whether Preval would consider a pardon if the Amcits are found guilty.

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From: Klobuchar, Amy (Klobuchar) [mailto:AJK60@klobuchar.senate.gov]

Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 7:45 AM

To: Bond, Michele T

Subject: Thanks from Senator Klobuchar

Ambassador, Counsel General Moore, Deputy Secretary Bond and embassy staff

Thanks again for all your great work on allowing the six adopted kids to leave haiti to go to their adopting families.

Please forward this to all involved. I was very impressed by how all of you handled such a difficult situation. I got a little sense of what you were facing as the moms would call me on the hour! I know these six children are such a small part of the challenges everyone working in haiti faces each day, but the fact that people cared so much to help gives me such faith in our efforts and State Department staff. I will write all of this in a letter to Secretary Clinton, but please know that there are six little children that may never meet all of you who helped, who may be too young to remeber your work as they grow up in our country, but it is your good work that has given them their new lives.
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Re: Hillary's Emails
#3: October 11, 2020, 03:23:20 PM
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Re: Hillary's Emails
#4: October 11, 2020, 06:06:22 PM
Not sure what the diff is between your link ff and the one I grabbed from glp but there are some results here with rash and rash like

no rashlike though

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#5: October 11, 2020, 06:07:04 PM
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