(24 Mar 10 - RV) Haiti's Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive is downplaying worries
about corruption as aid flows into his nation. He also told the U.N. World Urban Forum
that a budget gap of $350 million this year must be quickly met if his earthquake-hit
nation is to provide even the most basic services. The Haitian government has been
accused of ineffectiveness and corruption in its response to the earthquake so far.
James Cavnar is president of Cross International Catholic Outreach, a Florida
based network which is helping the people of Haiti. He spoke to us about the projects
they are supporting on the ground.