Hopefully the money they collect will be invested in needed...

Ricart_dr - October 9 2014, 12:01 PM

Hopefully the money they collect will be invested in needed infrastructures such as roads, schools, clinics, etc. And won't end up getting funneled to some Swiss bank account.

Haitians need to hold government officials accountable on how treasury money is being spent and invested.

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