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Woodring, Bill is right, but you and I know the NGOs is not going to do that, simply they salary depends on asking aid for Haiti.

However, the goverment must put pressure on the international community to help rebuild the country infustructure, begining with reliable roads.

We all know a country can not have a great GDP if si not self sufficient.

The ultimate question that raise the red flag is the Haitian govermment has the capability to peform as the head of the state and rebuild- the country?.

I love Haiti, I left the country at a very young age but travel back many time. I would like to see Haiti GDP grow enormously but, so sad to said if the Goverment does not repaired quickly allthe departments that a country need to function, Haiti could find itself an a worst stated prior to the earthquake.

Billion of dollars are distributing to the country, as Bill mentioned no one cna give a clear accounts of where the monies are going, beside food and mediacal aid.

Guy Cherubin, March 26 2010, 9:31 AM

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Woodring, Bill is right, but you and I know the NGOs is not going to do that, simply they salary depends on asking aid for Haiti. However, the... read more >
Guy Cherubin, 26-Mar-10 9:31 am
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