Scrambling to Help the Victims in Haiti

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

In the aftermath of the earthquake's devastation, residents in Port-Au-Prince had to scramble to help their injured neighbors. Without the help of international aid, they had to make do with basic first aid tools, like alcohol and gauze.

We speak to independent writer Pooja Bhatia via Skype from her house in Port-Au-Prince and she tells us about the extent of the devastation. Pooja has been sending updates on Twitter since the earthquake struck.

Guests:

Pooja Bhatia

Comments [2]

MK Ultra from Here and now

One has to wonder: why the delay? The US was there in a matter of hours to overthrow Aristide? Why can't they implement the same efficiency to help than they do to hurt?

Also, why not report on the one who are already there and helping like China and Cuba, without tooting their own horn and begging for money from those who have none?

Jan. 16 2010 03:57 PM
dskapoor@msn.com from el centro

love always
do write youe cell number

Jan. 13 2010 09:30 PM

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