Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti that killed 250,000 people and left more than a million homeless. So how are things in the country? Not good, as reconstruction work as barely begun, billions of dollars in promised aid have not materialized, and Haiti’s corrupt elite profiteers from the tragedy. Hundreds of thousands of people still live in camps, where a cholera outbreak has killed almost 4,000 since October. Adding to the difficulties is a lack of political leadership: The country’s November 28 election is still being disputed.