Haiti president's recovery strategy

Rene Preval discusses government's quake recovery strategy with Rob Reynolds.

    Rene Preval, Haiti's president, has been criticised for a lack of leadership since the January 12 earthquake struck Haiti, leaving more than 230,000 people dead.

    Preval is to address the International Donors Conference on Wednesday, where more than 100 countries will meet at the United Nations to develop a long-term plan for Haiti's reconstruction.

    He tells Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds that the recovery strategy for Haiti should focus on the entire country.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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