I haven't posted anything on the disaster in Haiti - it's all over the news still, and is really rather awful and depressing. Once again the value of a reasonable building code is highlighted. Haiti didn't have one. The level of aid mustered for this disaster is heartening, but some of the issues of coordination are not. There are lesson to be learned from it, unfortunately at someone's expense, as usual in these events.
If you feel the need to help, please donate money (not goods) through a reputable agency.