Aid Groups Worry As Haiti Donations Slow
Despite record donations in January, aid groups involved in the Haiti reconstruction effort are concerned that they will not meet the minimum financial requirements to complete the recovery and rebuilding effort.
The Inter-American Development Bank estimates that the reconstruction effort will cost as much as $14 billion, NPR reports.
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