Foreign aid donors are making progress — and mistakes — but many Haitians say the country's leadership is failing to deliver.
A hospital, an orphanage and a new light source give hope to a country still ravaged by the earthquake three years ago.
Mirebalais' new world-class facility contrasts sharply with Port-au-Prince's crumbling General Hospital.
Almost three years after the earthquake that ravaged their country, displaced Haitians are facing a new threat—eviction.
Despite a problematic track record, US continues to award multimillion dollar contracts to the DC firm.
A vital but treacherous highway is being rebuilt, just the kind of long-term development Haitians have been hoping for.
Just a small fraction of foreign aid has gone to Haitian businesses, but an NGO network is trying to change that.
The 2012 Farm Bill could reverse a decades-long policy of agricultural subsidies that has undercut Haiti’s local rice production.
Congress seen as unlikely to make major changes to a system that critics say hurts recipients in the long run.
Legislators say they must now dip heavily into their public treasury to finish the job.
Senate to reconsider approach in distributing emergency resources.