haiti relief

Haiti's Best Hotels Thrive in the Quake's Long Aftermath

A year after Haiti's catastrophic Jan. 12 earthquake, Port-au-Prince is still primarily a city of rubble and ruin. But the views from high-end spots like the Hotel Oloffson are picture perfect, and with armies of aid workers still needing somewhere to bed down, business at those hotels left intact is booming.

Six Months Later, Haiti Foresees a Long Road to Recovery

How long will it take Haiti to make even a modest recovery from the devastating earthquake that killed 330,000 people six months ago? At least 20 years, according to the Action Plan released by the impoverished island nation's government.

Innovative homes donated to Haiti

As the aftershocks continue, an international company specializing in composite wall panels has pledged to donate 1,000 small homes to the Haiti...

Haiti Quake: First Seismic Aftershocks, Then Economic Ones

The 6.1 aftershock in Haiti on Wednesday underscores the multitude of challenges facing the country, where the International Monetary Fund estimates that the disaster could cost much more than the $900 million in damage from 2008's hurricanes.

How to shop for Haiti: a roundup

Thanks to the Huffington Post's shame-on-you report, credit card companies stopped taking a cut of charitable donations made to Haiti relief efforts...