Who's in charge of the aid?
That's the question in the hurricane-ravaged southwest of Haiti.
Should politicians hand it out? Or aid groups? Or religious leaders?
Pastor Louis Masil, who lives in the tiny village of Banatte, doesn't think the government should be in control.
"Since the independence of Haiti, the culture was always all governments, all officials only care for themselves," he says. "They only care for stealing the money and not helping the communities."