Robert Perito

Director of the Haiti Program, US Institute of Peace

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Director of the Haiti Program at the US Institute of Peace

Robert Perito on KCRW

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

Haitian Recovery Efforts

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

Haitian Recovery Efforts

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

from To the Point

The human disaster in Haiti is hard to describe: mass graves and street-corner cremations with piles of decaying bodies still growing in Port-au-Prince.

Haiti's Troubled History, America's Role and Hope for the Future

The human disaster in Haiti is hard to describe: mass graves and street-corner cremations with piles of decaying bodies still growing in Port-au-Prince.

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