The 2010 earthquake in Haiti was one of the deadliest disasters in modern history, sparking an international aid response with pledges and donations of $16 billion that was exceedingly generous. But now, five years later, that generous aid has clearly failed. In "Humanitarian Aftershocks in Haiti," anthropologist Mark Schuller captures the voices of those involved in the earthquake aid response, and they paint a sharp, unflattering view of the humanitarian enterprise.
Humanitarian Aftershocks in Haiti
Rutgers University Press
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