Haitians in Port-au-Prince dig through rubble in November 2010, months after the earthquake that leveled so much of the country's capital city.

Haitians in Port-au-Prince dig through rubble in November 2010, months after the earthquake that leveled so much of the country's capital city.

In the immediate aftermath of the massive earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010, countries and organizations rushed to provide aid and rebuild the country. More than five years later, we explore the mixed results of those efforts, and what’s next now that the world’s attention has shifted.

Guests

  • Jonathan Katz Author, "The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster" (Palgrave Macillian, 2013)
  • Justin Elliott Reporter, ProPublica.org
  • Emmanuel Midi Journalist
  • Lesley Schaffer Regional Director, Latin America & Caribbean, American Red Cross

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