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Cholera in Haiti: UN Report of the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights
Aidworkers Pen Protest Letter: Cite ‘Callous Negligence’ at UN, Aid Organizations
One Year After the Nepal Quake and Zero Houses Rebuilt: Why I’m Not Surprised
Closed Doors, Open Secrets: How the World Abandoned Millions of Syrian Refugees in Turkey
The Problem with Secret Aid
The Rights of Refugees in Turkey: Primary Resources
What Happened to the Aid? Nepal Earthquake Response Echoes Haiti
More Than 80 Major Local Aid Organizations in Nepal Left Out of Direct Funding
Documentation on the Nepal Earthquake
Where in the World is the Money Going? Analyzing the Nepal Earthquake Response
Lessons Learned from the Aid Work at Takara
Why I Quit Moonlighting for Nonprofits, my interview on TinySpark
The Secret Language of Aid: This Is Why No One Can Track the Money
Haiti Tourism: Challenging, But Charming to Some
The IRD Scandal and My Ethics Clause
5 Years After the Quake: Haiti’s Rich Get Richer
A few months ago, I stood on a hillside in Petionville, Haiti, overlooking the small, green town below me. Most of the wooden buildings survived the earthquake in 2010, and from the hill, I could hear the church bell in the village square ringing out the hour. It was my first visit back to Haiti in 18 months and the reconstruction appeared to be making progress.