Haiti is descending right into a deepening disaster – with no let-up for its long-suffering individuals.
Senior UN officers say political instability, gang warfare, poverty and the impact of latest pure disasters like earthquakes have left Haiti’s individuals in dire want of assist.
Authorities appeals for worldwide army assist have largely gone unanswered.
Murders, lynchings and kidnappings have elevated.
So can Haiti provide hope to its individuals?
And what’s the worldwide group doing to assist?
Presenter: Laura Kyle
Harold Isaac – Unbiased journalist who has reported extensively on Haiti
Eugenia Charles – Government director of Fondasyon Mapou, a faith-based organisation; host and govt producer of Kon-beat La-ki, a Haitian radio present
Joseph Harold Pierre – Political advisor and the founding father of NAPSA, a youth organisation selling improvement and democratisation in Haiti