Monday, March 22, 2010

Haitian Gov’t Accused of Hindering Relief Efforts

The international Red Cross in Haiti has accused the government of not releasing land to facilitate the construction of better structures for more than a million earthquake survivors.

There are mounting concerns that there could be more suffering for the Haitian people, who remain in makeshift camps ahead of the start of the rainy season next month.

Red Cross official Alex Wynter says his organisation will not meet the April one deadline to move people to more stable structures.

Source: RadioJamaica

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