Individual stories like this do not show the big picture, and surely some progress is being made and it will take years.....blah blah blah....and maybe this is one of the only places this bad off, and maybe the interviewed people have an incentive to not tell the full truth, but if even if we say they have been given food, look at what they are living in.
How can we not get them tents or even more permanent, albeit communal, living quarters? Yes big tents cost much money. But over a month in and the same bottle necks exist is inexcusable. Open a more landing strips, stream line customs, do whatever it takes to end the current conditions.
Give a tent to ahomeinhati.org or drop it off with us and we will ship it for you (see FoodforHaitNow.org).
Tents are not the answer, but right now they are a step in the right direction.