Haiti – January 2011

  • January 12, 2011   BY Talea Miller  

    Wednesday marks one year since a magnitude-7 earthquake devastated Haiti on January 12, 2010, killing more than 230,000 people and injuring many more. Rick Loomis, a Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer for the Los Angeles Times, arrived in Haiti one day after … Continue reading

  • January 11, 2011   BY Ray Suarez  

    Ray Suarez in Haiti, July 2010 This past summer, I stood at the edge of a fetid pool of standing water. Marooned in the middle of the deepening pool were two forlorn soccer goals, indicating a place that wasn’t always … Continue reading

  • January 10, 2011   BY Talea Miller  

    New figures on reconstruction aid to Haiti reveal that while billions have been pledged, international donors were slow to deliver funds in 2010. Some key figures: International donors pledged $2.01 billion for Haiti reconstruction and recovery efforts in 2010, but … Continue reading

  • January 7, 2011   BY Jeffrey Brown  

    The emergency response phase in Haiti is not yet over, but the process of reconstruction is moving forward, Ambassador Kenneth Merten told Jeffrey Brown this week in Port-au-Prince. “We are at the one year point now, and things have been … Continue reading

  • January 6, 2011   BY Jeffrey Brown  

    Jeffrey Brown is in Haiti this week reporting on reconstruction efforts after last year’s earthquake. He’s also following up on the country’s ongoing cholera outbreak, which has killed more than 3,300 Haitians. He filed this dispatch on the cholera story … Continue reading

  • January 3, 2011   BY Jeffrey Brown  

    Jan. 12 will mark one year since a powerful earthquake rocked Haiti. The NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown is reporting in Port-au-Prince and beyond this week on life in the country a year later, the recent cholera outbreak and more. Brown filed … Continue reading