Haiti's leaders are turning toward rebuilding its shattered government as earthquake recovery continues. Ray Suarez reports.
Haiti's heavy spring rains are getting closer, but as Ray Suarez reports, millions of earthquake survivors are still living in Port-au-Prince under rigged up tarps and bedsheets.
Jeffrey Brown talks to Mandalit del Barco of National Public Radio in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, for an update on the state of earthquake recovery, from food distribution to disputes over orphaned children.
Robert Moore of Independent Television News reports on the dramatic rescue of a teenage girl in Haiti more than two weeks after the quake.
Ray Suarez reports from a hospital organized by the Pan American Health Organization in the Dominican Republic, where many Haitians are seeking refuge after last week's earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince.
Haitian officials reported that some 200,000 people have fled Port-au-Prince as the government considers building new tent cities outside the capital. Margaret Warner speaks with Jay Newton Small of TIME magazine.
Jim Lehrer speaks with United Nations Undersecretary-General John Holmes, who is in charge of humanitarian affairs, about the U.N. plan to help Haiti recover from the earthquake.
Margaret Warner explores how international groups are mobilizing emergency help for Haiti, and then Jim Lehrer speaks with Dr. Rajiv Shah of the U.S. Agency for International Development.
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