Immediately following the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010, the world mobilized to offer assistance. Within weeks, a staggering 13.5 billion dollars in aid was raised or pledged to rebuild the devastated country. Yet today—six years after the earthquake—there is little evidence that much has changed. Thousands of Haitians remain in temporary housing, are un- or under-employed, and continue to struggle to survive. Where did all the money go? And how do we intend to make a difference by building a school in southern Haiti?