Ray Suarez talks with Haitian President Rene Preval about the recovery the country still faces, six months after a devastating earthquake.
In the second of two reports about the role of relief organizations in rebuilding Haiti, Dave Iverson of KQED San Francisco explores two Haitian-led aid groups that are helping to feed the hungry after the devastating earthquake.
In the first of two reports from Haiti, Dave Iverson of KQED in San Francisco describes Haiti's struggle to rebuild after the earthquake and the crucial role of non-government organizations in the relief effort.
As the rainy season approaches, relief workers in Haiti continue to move displaced people from tent cities into more substantial housing. Judy Woodruff talks to KQED reporter Dave Iverson about the continuing relief efforts, 100 days after the disaster.
Haiti is asking the international community for $3.8 billion in aid to rebuild its torn infrastructure. Judy Woodruff reports on the international donor conference in New York and the U.S.'s pledge of $1.1 billion over the next two years.
In the second part of a series of reports from Haiti, Adam Davidson of NPR's "Planet Money" reports on how the Haitian tradition of displaying vibrant, painstaking artistry on commuter buses continues to flourish after the earthquake.
Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are visiting Haiti as part of their efforts to lead U.S. fundraising to help rebuild the earthquake ravaged country. Gwen Ifill talks to a reporter in Haiti about those rebuilding efforts, two…
President Barack Obama committed continued relief aid to Haiti in a meeting Wednesday with Haitian President Rene Preval, even as the U.S. begins to withdraw troops. Ray Suarez reports on the challenges facing Haiti's government.
Nearly 600,000 people are still without shelter as the rains begin to fall in Port-au-Prince. Ray Suarez speaks to Under-Secretary General John Holmes of the United Nations about Haiti's long journey of rebuilding ahead and the state of the relief…
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