Relatório: Apenas 1/3 de Doações para Yele Haiti utilizados para o alívio Haiti
- Sunday, November 27, 2011 6:38 PM
NEW YORK, USA (defend.ht) - The Yéle Haiti Foundation is facing new allegations of fraud with reports finding the organization to have only spent $5.1 million [US] of its $16 million [US] earthquake relief donations on earthquake relief.
The report, published in the New York Post on Sunday also says that $1 million [US] was paid to a company called Amisphere Farm Labor owned by a man named Amsterly Pierre. The post discovered that Amisphere is a company that does not exist and in 2010, Pierre purchased three properties in Florida, one of which is an upscale, waterfront condo.
More than a half million Haitians are still living in the streets of Haiti in tents since the January 12, 2010 earthquake. Yéle Haiti was founded by Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis as a non-profit in 2005. Jean resigned as its director in August of 2010 in a failed attempt to run for the presidency of Haiti.
Wyclef Jean responded late Sunday telling the Associated Press that he's proud of the way his charity responded after the earthquake and that the Yele Haiti Foundation rebuilt an orphanage and set up an outdoor toilet and shower facility in one of the shantytowns of Port-au-Prince.
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