In the United States alone, half of all households gave a total of $1.4 billion to charities, yet almost two years later more than half a million people still live in squalid camps. Only a few have access to drinking water. Sanitation is woefully inadequate. Malnutrition and cholera are on the rise. What happened?
HAITI: Where Did The Money Go? asks the pivotal question—why did so much money buy so little relief? And why are so many still living in squalor?
Public television stations across the U.S. will begin airing the documentary HAITI: Where Did The Money Go? this January to coincide with the two-year anniversary of the earthquake of 2010. We’ll be live tweeting during all the air times listed below. Follow the conversation and share your thoughts on the Haiti relief efforts on Twitter with the hashtag #whereisthemoney, watch clips from the documentary and check out how you can take action!
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