As Haiti's electoral council invites its feuding presidential candidates to appeal the results of the disputed election, Sarah Palin is finishing up her two-day tour of the country.
The former governor of Alaska and potential 2012 US presidential candidate visited cholera clinics and shelters built for earthquake survivors as a guest of a christian relief charity.
But some Haitian activists are furious about her trip – accusing Palin of exploiting the country's suffering for her own personal political gain.
Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from the capital, Port-au-Prince.
Source: Al Jazeera