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January 21st, 2010
10:13 AM ET

Rebuilding Haiti

Life in Haiti is largely taking place on the streets and in make-shift communities. In part because survivors are terrified remaining structures could still collapse. So what will it take to rebuild haiti? CNN's Jason Carroll reports.

Filed under: Haiti
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  1. Moonsamy Devi

    I understand Mr Jason Carroll, but i think we cannot let people died. They are survivors. For the time being they must have shelters and live in dignity. The world cannot let the Haitiens died because of heavy rain. They have suffered too much.THE WORLD HAD CONTRIBUTED FOR HAITIENS ..
    I wish that an american fund to save Haitiens – "American fund/Haitiens "can be created so that the world populations can donate and the money collected during years can be used only for Haitiens, otherwise the different organizations will forget Haiti or they will do only a little effort for the time being only.
    A fund control by the Americans because we cannot believe others. Please help..... It's HEART BREAK

    March 20, 2010 at 8:22 pm |
  2. Moonsamy Devi

    A good thing when we talk about re-build Haiti. But this will take years. For the time being people need to have a shelter – a good one in a high place to avoide flood because it rains a lot.

    There is still blood in this country. Decision should be taken to shelter the Haitiens. More than 8 persons have died during heavy rains and 2 persons dissapeared. People are suffering and they wil died one by one. They will catch diseases and they will fell ill because they are staaying outside.
    What the use of sending rescue team to safe lives and now once they have been safe they are dying because of shelter.

    The world can help one country. Decisions take too much time. Try to find a solution to shelter them for the time being. Don't let people die. Please help.

    March 4, 2010 at 6:14 pm |