When a 7.0 earthquake devastated the island nation of Haiti, people across the world responded more generously than to any disaster in history. In the United States alone, one out of every two households contributed a total of $1.4-billion in aid.
Yet almost two years after the earthquake, hundreds of thousands of Haitians still lack basic necessities: food, drinking water, latrines, and adequate shelter.
HAITI: WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? asks the pivotal question—why did so much money buy so little relief?
Released by NETA to public television stations on January 10, 2012 in time for the two-year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake.
On January 12th, the 2-year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, producer Michele Mitchell brings her documentary directly to the people who live in the camps that surround Port au Prince.
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