A Haiti Success Story

January 7, 2011 at 7:27 PM

New York Times columnist Nick Kristof offers the story of an aid program that is finding some success in helping Haitians help themselves. He advises against excessive pessimism as well:

Stony-hearts mistakenly surrender hope. They see Haiti — or Africa — as a bottomless pit, a perennial hell impervious to progress. That doesn’t match reality either…I strongly believe that we have a moral obligation to address extreme poverty around the world.

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