Today's Geo Quiz takes us to a fishing village in northern Haiti where the beach is owned by a major cruise line and the locals don't get to use it. The answer is Labadie. Reporter Ruxandra Guidi takes us there.
Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Bob Poff, the disaster coordinator for Salvation Army. He was in Haiti at the time of the earthquake. He discusses what he and his team have been seeing as they struggle to get help to earthquake victims.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Nick Davis, about conditions in Cite Soleil, a slum on the outskirts of Haiti's capital Port au Prince. Many earthquake survivors there still don't have the food or medical attention they need.
More than 200 international medical relief groups have sent teams to help the people of Haiti after the devastating earthquake. And delivering aid in Haiti continues to be difficult, we get an update from the BBC's Mike Wooldridge in Port-au-Prince.
Haitian representatives are meeting with donors. They're presenting a plan for rebuilding. An essential component of that plan involves building infrastructure and creating jobs, but outside of Port-au-Prince. The World's Amy Bracken has more.
In post-earthquake Haiti, one pre-quake tradition has been restored. Thursdays at the Hotel Oloffson are back. The World's Amy Bracken caught up with RAM's leader, Richard Auguste Morse, in Port-au-Prince.
American volunteers are on the front line of the fight against the cholera epidemic in Haiti. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the head of a team from Maine, Doctor Chiedza Jokonya, and reporter Beth Macy of the Roanoke Times, who's covering the work.