Haiti : After 2 Years Haitians, Defrauded of the Billions in Earthquake relief Aid

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Matthew aid from DR flows into Haiti
As seemingly endless lines of vehicles carrying supplies to Haiti reached the border crossing at Jimaní on Wednesday 12 October 2016, they were met by a high-ranking commission from the Haitian government headed by the Haitian government's cabinet chief Jean Max Bellerive.

The Haitian official told reporters from Diario Libre that this was the largest aid consignment received so far on Haitian territory.

The first of some 500 trucks heading towards Port-au-Prince crossed the border carrying food, medicine, construction materials and other supplies to help the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

Bellerive said that the damage caused by Matthew is equal to 30% of Haiti's gross domestic product.
 

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Haitian activists protested outside of the Clinton Foundation in New York over the loss of “billions of dollars” that was meant to help rebuild after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
The activists are claiming the money was stolen through the Haiti Reconstruction Commission that was headed by Bill Clinton. In January 2015, the Clinton Foundation was the target of protests for wasting more than $10 billion and awarding contracts to non-Haitian companies.
The activists also said Haiti is a cover for foreign governments to funnel kickbacks of hundreds of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation. They believe that this was done for favors that Hillary was doing for the foreign governments while she was Secretary of State.
“We are telling the world of the crimes that Bill and Hillary Clinton are responsible for in Haiti,” said Dhoud Andre of the Committee Against Dictatorship in Haiti. “And we are telling the American people that the over 32,000 emails that Hillary Clinton said she deleted have evidence of the crimes they have committed.”
Five years, later a majority of Haiti is still in disrepair. The capital’s main hospital has yet to be finished, and there is a major rise of cholera. The Clinton Foundation said progress is being made especially in Haiti’s economic and tourist industry.
 
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