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Real Help for Haiti

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Cameron Sinclair, executive director of Architecture for Humanity, wrote a very sober assessment earlier this week about the work that needs to be done to rebuild Haiti. In a new interview, he says the development community can do more: "We’ve also said to design firms, why not send a staff person to Haiti, pay them what you would pay them, don’t lay them off, and let them work on a project full time for us. Instead of spending money flying people in and out of Haiti and taking publicity photos, put an architect on the ground." [Examiner.com]