Insecurity puts women and girls in Haiti at risk
Interview on NPR's WBUR Here and Now show:
A psychiatrist just back from Haiti reports that 80% of the women and girls she interviewed say they have been raped. SuZan Song is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist on a fellowship at the Lucille Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford. We have spoken to her before about her work in Ethiopia and Sierra Leone. She went to Haiti withattorney Jayne Flemingto interview Haitians trying to come to the US for 'humanitarian parole.'