Getting the money where it’s needed most in Haiti

The World

Last month, the international community came together and pledged over $9 billion to the earthquake crippled country of Haiti. Now the question is, how should the money be used?

Advocacy and policy director at Partners in Health, Donna Barry, has been following the distribution of money in Haiti and believes that the aid should go directly toward stabilizing institutions in Haiti. We also hear from Cheryl Little, executive director of the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center; she is currently using grant money to aid her work with Haitians in Florida.

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