NGO Official Examines Effectiveness Of U.S. Aid In Post-Earthquake Haiti

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Rhett Gurian, senior vice president of Chemonics International’s Haiti and West Africa Division

“Few areas of international aid have attracted as much criticism in the United States as post-earthquake Haiti. Four years since the earthquake killed thousands of people and displaced millions, no one denies that Haiti is still in need of significant development assistance — but does this mean that U.S. efforts to date have been ineffective? … Public conversations would be enriched by more insight from the Haitian and international staff who actually led our efforts…” (5/13).

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