Interview John O'Shea, Goal founder

Al Jazeera discusses problems of aid co-ordination after Haiti earthquake.

    Al Jazeera speaks to John O'Shea, founder of the Irish emergency aid and development charity, Goal, who has participated in the the Haiti earthquake relief effort.

    He heavily criticises the co-ordination and leadership of the aid mission in the Carribean country.

    O'Shea calls the response to the natural disaster from the international community a "man-made disaster".

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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