Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with David Darg of the humanitarian group, Operation Blessing, about the reported outbreak of cholera in Haiti in a region north of Port-au-Prince. The outbreak has killed at least 140 people.
The World's Marco Werman introduces us to Sa'k Pase Ayiti, Creole for ?what's happened to Haiti.? It's a new album which features a dozen Haitian and Caribbean artists who are commemorating in song the first anniversary of Haiti's catastrophic earthquake.
Many in Haiti are still without permanent housing, years after the earthquake that rocked the country. Many of them live on land belonging to others, or in situations that may be dangerous, and they're upset be efforts to move them out.
Back in 2010, the Creole Choir of Cuba — a group of Haitian immigrants themselves — was deployed to Haiti to raise spirits after the earthquake that devastated the nation. Their music, which is influenced by both Caribbean rhythms and traditional gospel music, is one of the highlights of Peter Gabriel's Real World Records.