The importance of remaining committed

Ayear after the devastating earthquake, the world has once again dropped in to visit Haiti. The news is neither good nor are the photos encouraging.

UN Photo Logan Abassi
Carlo Dade
Published: Wednesday, 01/12/2011 12:00 am EST

Ayear after the devastating earthquake, the world has once again dropped in to visit Haiti. The news is neither good nor are the photos encouraging. Yet that is as much a function of unrealistic expectations as of the dysfunction that has detracted from the truly massive and remarkable post-disaster undertaking initiated by the international community and Haitians.

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