Haiti After the Earthquake

18 months after Haiti was devastated by the January 12, 2010 earthquake, many Haitians are still without basic homes or shelter and cholera continues to claim lives. In a recent interview with NPR, Paul Farmer, founding director of Partners in Health and United Nations Deputy Special Envoy in Haiti, speaks about the situation on the ground, looking at the effectiveness of the aid response in Haiti and highlighting the importance of investing in Haitian institutions for sustainable reconstruction.

Click here to listen to the interview.

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