Haiti Update: Preparing for the Rainy Season

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Last week, heavy rains complicated aid efforts in Haiti. Dominic MacSorley, the Emergency Operations Director for Concern Worldwide, joins us from Port-au-Prince to explain how aid organizations there are preparing for rainy season that’s just a few months away. We’ll also get an update on how aid efforts there are evolving.

A list of relief organizations is available here.


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Comments [1]

Amy from Manhattan

I'm glad you're following up on this, Leonard. Mr. MacSorley, as the needs of the people affected are changing, should donors switch our support to different aid organizations? What should the main focus (probably >1) be, & which organizations are most effective at this stage? Thank you.

Feb. 18 2010 01:35 PM

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