Haiti: Where Did the Money Go? Part 2

There are international standards - agreed to by major charities - for displaced persons in disaster areas, but you wouldn't know that walking around Haiti. Ten months after the January 12th earthquake, people were still crammed in back alleys, housed in torn tents, and provided too little drinking water . Instead of 20 people per toilet, it was over 300. In the second episode of this 5-part series, we take a look at the high ideals of humanitarian aid vs. the intolerable misery of many Haitians' lives.