The overriding challenge in Haiti now is to move food, water and medical supplies the relatively short distance from the airport in Port-au-Prince to the people who desperately need them in the city.
Aid is coming in — plenty of it — but damage to roads is severely affecting the distribution.
That should change as the first U.S. troops arrive and begin handing out food and water. By Monday, as many as 10,000 Americans will be in Haiti or offshore.
For more on the aid effort in Haiti, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Jordan Ryan, the director of crisis prevention and recovery at the U.N. Development Program.
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