Analysts Examine Aid Disbursement In Haiti; U.N. Calls For Continued Support 4 Years After Earthquake

News outlets report on development and relief aid to Haiti four years after a devastating earthquake hit the Caribbean nation.

Inter Press Service: Four Years Later, USAID Funds in Haiti Still Unaccounted For
“As the fourth anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti approaches on Jan. 12, development analysts are decrying an ongoing lack of transparency in U.S. foreign aid to the country, even as those assistance streams are drying up…” (Harris, 1/10).

U.N. News Centre: Marking fourth anniversary of Haiti earthquake, U.N. pledges ongoing support to country’s recovery
“United Nations officials are calling on the international community to increase aid to Haiti on the fourth anniversary of the devastating earthquake that struck the impoverished country, as well as pledging the organization’s ongoing solidarity with the Haitian people and government…” (1/12).

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