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A Red Cross volunteer delivers first aid to one-month-old baby in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Photo by: America Red Cross.

Feb. 25, 2010

The Red Cross raised enormous funds for Haiti relief, despite their relatively small presence in the nation before the earthquake. The disparity prompted the aid community to call for groups to distribute money based on an organization's expertise and ability to respond. Harvard's Peter Bell tells us how this would work. Also, in our Global Activism segment, we hear from the Holy Angels Orphanage and Hospice. They say it's been a struggle to get basic supplies to their children in Haiti.