Critical questions remain to be answered by an independent international audit that seems quite necessary, of the financial and humanitarian aid delivered and for which CARICOM and the Organization of American States (OAS) had played significant roles in enabling efforts by international donor agencies and governments.
But no audit is necessary to quantify and analyze the indomitable spirit of perseverance of the Haitian people to survive and rebuild. Their history in struggles reminds us of their tenacity to overcome abject poverty, political oppression and recurring natural disasters. So they moved with determination and kept hope alive after the nightmare earthquake of four years ago. via — nationnews.com