Here is a picture of USAID logo as the agency is involved in helping Haiti rebuild after the 2010 earthquake
U.S. Beneficiary of Aid Assistance, not Haiti. Although $10 billion was pledged to Haiti to rebuild the country after the 2010 earthquake, just 9,000 homes have been built. USAID admits the main beneficiary of U.S. aid is the U.S. Every dollar USAID has spent, less than 1 cent has gone to Haiti.
Contractor Chemonics got more USAID money than any other company. The truth is foreign firms use aid money to promote ". . . U.S. foreign policy objectives and priorities."
Here is a picture of a Recho Pa'w. This project was created to improve cooking in Haiti and funded by USAID.
The Recho Pa'w project, with a budget of nearly $9 million U.S. and funded by USAID to promote better cooking methods, was officially handed over to the Haitian population in a ceremony featuring representatives of USAID, LPG distributors and biomass stove manufacturers as well as the US Ambassador to Haiti, Pamela White. The objective of the project, which will be focused in the urban area, is to build the permanent groundwork for cost-efficient, clean cooking. The project aims to convert 300,000 families toward the use of propane and biomass stoves.