Last year, Worldfocus reported on the devastating poverty in Haiti. This story was originally broadcast last February.
The small island nation of Haiti relies heavily on food imports, but with prices soaring, some Haitians are resorting to eating mud.
The cookies — made of dirt, butter and salt — hold little nutritional value, but manage to keep Haiti’s poor alive.
Worldfocus special correspondent Benno Schmidt and producer Ara Ayer report from Haiti, showing how far some people are going to fill their stomachs.
For more Worldfocus coverage of Haiti, visit our extended coverage page: Haiti’s Poor.
03/03/2010 :: 08:54:28 PM
at my dauters school they made haiti pins to help and they are only selling for 2 dallers each