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Monday, November 13, 2006 

Ayiti: ‘The Cost of Life’

No worries, and thanks god, this is no pessimistic news about Haiti. Many thanks to the PSD blog, which pointed this interactive computer game which is a simulation about the cost of living, and well-being, as experienced on a daily basis by thousands of people over there.

And this game is part of an awareness campaign launched by Gamelab, Global Kids and UNICEF about two crucial issues, namely education and poverty in Haiti. See, and interact with Ayiti: The Cost of Life.

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