After two natural disasters in six years crippled the nation of Haiti, aid groups mobilized to try to help the country - but did they deliver on their promises? Vladimir Duthiers and CBSN Originals investigates in "Haiti: A Homegrown Recovery"
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Published: 2021-02-26 01:04 pm
Haiti: A Homegrown Recovery
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