Kathie Klarreich is a member of the 100Reporters investigative news group. She has lived in or reported on Haiti for more than 25 years, and is the author of the memoir "Madame Dread: A Tale of Love, Death and Civil Strife in Haiti." Klarreich was also a Knight International Journalism Fellow who worked a project to train journalists to follow aid money in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake.

  •  January 20, 2015 
  On Jan. 23, the members of the United Nations Security Council will head to Haiti. It’s safe to assume that they will focus on the political crisis: because parliamentary elections were not held by Haiti’s legislative deadline, the current government, headed by President Michel Martelly, is now ruling by decree. It’s also safe …

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