Development Progress Made in Haiti, Continued International Support Needed

Huffington Post: Haiti Is on the Turn
Denis O’Brien, founder and chairman of Digicel

“While [Haiti] has received significant investments from foreign aid and private partners, more still remains to be done to help the Haitian people create self-sufficient communities. … What’s required is international support with the Haitian government to strengthen the country’s health care system and develop a better sanitation system. The sooner we can work together on both, the sooner unnecessary deaths can be prevented. … I’m confident that through ongoing collaboration we’ll be able to do even more in order to not only save lives but build the foundation for Haiti’s sustained development” (11/5).

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