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The international community has pledged more than $5 billion to help rebuild earthquake-ravaged Haiti. But there are already major disagreements about how that reconstruction should proceed — and who should be in charge of it. We look at what’s needed to revitalize a nation with virtually no infrastructure, and consider some of the ideas for lifting Haiti out of poverty.
- Yvonne Tsikata Country Director for the Caribbean, World Bank
- Johanna Mendelson-Forman Senior Associate, Americas Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Dalebrun Esther Haiti Country Director, International Action
- Deepak Kenkeremath Chief Engineer for the Haiti Project, International Action
- Bill Canny Director of Emergency Operations and former Country Director for Haiti, Catholic Relief Services
Audio Slideshow: Haiti Three Months After the Quake
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