Haiti: Aid effort facing an uphill battle

January 15, 2010 by: Africa Speaks

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2 Responses to “Haiti: Aid effort facing an uphill battle”
  1. Africa Speaks says:

    Patrick Cockburn: America is failing Haiti Ė again
    The US-run aid effort for Haiti is beginning to look chillingly similar to the criminally slow and disorganised US government support for New Orleans after it was devastated by hurricane Katrina in 2005. Five years ago President Bush was famously mute and detached when the levees broke in Louisiana. By way of contrast, President Obama was promising Haitians that everything would be done for survivors within hours of the calamity.

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