Haitian solidarity activists descended on London's Red Cross headquarters today to demand more help for people still suffering from the effects of Haiti's devastating earthquake.
Around 40 people with Global Women's Strike and affiliated groups rallied outside the charity's London office, marking three years since the disaster began.
The Red Cross has received almost £300 million globally in donations earmarked for relief and reconstruction but activist Nina Lopez told the Star allies in the Haiti Action Committee were angry with the charity, accusing it of lavishing funds on non-local staff and a revamped complex in the capital Port-au-Prince.
Ms Lopez said she hoped people who sought to help Haiti would consider the locally run Haiti Emergency Relief Fund instead.
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