A 'buy local' program for aid groups working in Haiti could be an engine of economic growth.
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Wyclef Jean, who has jumped into politics to run for president, said he could be an international spokesman for the country. "I think you're going to need a president that is not just a local president of the country," Wyclef Jean said.
Six months after the 7.0 Haiti earthquake caused one of the worst humanitarian disasters in modern times, the worse-case scenarios have been avoided. Yet tens of thousands still live in camps.
Stars seem to be stumbling over themselves to get to the neediest regions and biggest causes, like the Gulf oil spill. Is celebrity activism meaningful, or is it just another PR move?
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Earthquake survivors load their belongings into a truck as they prepare to be relocated form the Petionville Golf Club to a zone known as Corail outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on April 14. Haiti's government and foreign aid agencies started an operation on Saturday to move thousands of survivors to safer camps to avoid the risk of mudslides and flooding during the rainy season.
Pop star Shakira came to Haiti on Sunday to look for land suitable to start a school for poor children. She's the latest celebrity to lend her star power to help rebuild Haiti.