Rebuilding Haiti

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Yesterday, international donors pledged $5 billion in aid to help rebuild Haiti and United Nations unveiled a recovery and rebuilding plan that focuses on Port-au-Prince. Alan Manski, currently the head of the International Rescue Committee programs in Haiti and senior coordinator of its emergency response team joins us from Haiti to describe the current challenges that Haitians and aid workers face. John Belle, founder of the architectural firm Beyer, Blinder & Belle, looks at the rebuilding plan and how it will change Haiti.


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