Haiti’s poorest residents see few benefits of first-world donations

    It’s been more than a year since a devastating earthquake struck Haiti. In that time, little has changed for the citizens who needed help the most.

    As Susan Philips reports in her ongoing coverage, residents of towns like Cité Soleil, who lived among waste and squalor even before the quake, aren’t seeing the benefits of the billions of dollars being donated and the troops of volunteers who’ve come to rebuild.

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