Haiti's President, Rene Preval, met with President Obama at the White House today. Preval asked the US to keep helping rebuild his nation following January's devastating earthquake. The World's Katy Clark reports.
Haiti's government has unveiled an expensive reconstruction plan for the country. But there are questions over how best to spend the money. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with reporter Amy Bracken in Port-au-Prince.
The federal government is allowing undocumented Haitians to apply for temporary protected status. It will allow them to get jobs and come out of the shadows. The World's Katy Clark recently met some Haitians in the Boston area who were applying for TPS.
Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are visiting the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince as part of their effort to raise money for the country's rebuilding. Photojournalist Bear Guerra tells us about his trip, and his photos.
A film company in Bristol, England figured out a way to offer some relief to children in Haiti with what it knows best films. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with David Fiztsimons and Marko Wilkinson, volunteers with Bristol's Cube Cinema.
President Barack Obama has asked Congress for $2.8 billion in emergency funds to help post-earthquake reconstruction in Haiti. There was a heavy toll on the infrastructure such as the nation's postal service. Now mailmen are back. Amy Bracken reports.
Today, there are thousands of Haitians living in tent camps. Officials have declared 21 of those camps ï¿½high-risk.' They're likely to flood in the coming rainy season. And now, the rains are beginning. The World's Amy Bracken reports.
Safe housing is an urgent need for quake survivors in Haiti. But what many want is jobs. According to a survey Haitians believe jobs should be the number one priority for reconstruction. We speak with Alison Hayes, Oxfam's Policy Manager for Haiti.
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.