Only one percent of homes on the west coast of Haiti survived Hurricane Matthew. Dan Andros, managing editor at Faithwire.com, joined Think Tank on Monday to talk about the challenges facing desperate Haitians who are struggling to find food and shelter. In the midst of an election when the storm hit, self-serving politicians have gobbled up resources, doling them out to their own constituents. How are the people of Haiti managing?
Watch the video below for a sneak peak and answers to these questions:
• What are ways to directly help the people of Haiti?
• Is the UN's plan to help diabolical and evil?
• Why are privately-funded charities better at helping that government-run programs?
Featured Image: Hurricane Matthew victims protest against the quality of rice they have received during a food distribution from the UN's World Food Programme in the commune of Maniche, in Les Cayes, in the south west of Haiti, on October 17, 2016. Haiti faces a humanitarian crisis that requires a 'massive response' from the international community, the United Nations chief said , with at least 1.4 million people needing emergency aid following last week's battering by Hurricane Matthew. (Photo Credit: HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images)