The United States and so many of our partners have not forsaken Haiti. We know that business is unfinished; reconstruction and development will continue for many years. But we owe it to the people of Haiti to recognize the enormous challenges they have overcome.
Haiti has made the transition to a period of building and long-term development. Nearly all the rubble from the 2010 earthquake is gone. About 90 percent of the 1.5 million displaced persons in camps have found alternative housing. Tens of thousands of Haitian farmers have higher incomes. Cholera cases are down 83 percent from 2011. via – NYTimes.com.