More than two years after the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that ravaged Haiti, less than half of the $3 billion the U.S. had been committed to rebuilding the country has actually been disbursed. Reconstruction is by just about all accounts taking far too long. Why?
Haiti is a place of unanswered questions, and perhaps unanswerable questions.
In this GlobalPost ‘Special Report,’ correspondent Donovan Webster and photographer Ron Haviv start GlobalPost on a journey through Haiti to find as many answers to this question as we can. Or at least to hear the questions that Haitians are asking of their own country and of the many donors who have promised more than they deliver. via | GlobalPost