Help that hurts: An interview with Ti...

Help that hurts: An interview with Tim Schwartz about Haiti

There are 2 comments on the The Killing Train story from Mar 17, 2012, titled Help that hurts: An interview with Tim Schwartz about Haiti. In it, The Killing Train reports that:

Tim Schwartz is an anthropologist with extensive experience in the foreign aid sector in Haiti.

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hubert

Plano, TX

#1 Mar 22, 2012
Why,after the earthquake haiti's problem wost with the us gorvernement.why been choosen to become the president by the us gorvernement.why the juge someone for drogs,and most gorvernement haiti's friend are drog dealer.why michel or michael martelly trying a fake haitian military in haiti.why the one whom say that they are haiti's friend do not help haiti's population skip out from problems.why they're used haiti as a flea market,while the people strogle from food to justice.
the truth

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Mar 24, 2012
functional government and countries with infrastructure and civilized society recovery quickly

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