Developing Economies Planet Money On Haiti Facebook Twitter Google+ Email January 12, 201112:04 PM ET Caitlin Kenney Planet Money listeners donated over $3,000 to help Yvrose Jean-Baptiste rebuild her business after the earthquake. Channa Joffe-Walt/NPR hide caption toggle caption Channa Joffe-Walt/NPR Today is the anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. Since then, Planet Money has been reporting on the country's attempts to rebuild its capital and its economy. We have more Haiti stories in the works. In the meantime, here's a collection of our reporting so far. A Day In The Life Of A Haitian Boss Podcast: Starting From Scratch In Haiti Podcast: Dreaming Of Plastic Crates In Haiti Podcast: Small Business, Big Debts In Haiti Podcast: Haiti's High Hopes For Vegas What $3,500 Means For A Poor Woman In Haiti Podcast: In Haiti, A Prime Minister's Lament The Pedicure Economy In A Haitian Tent City Podcast: Haiti's Rice Market Is A Mess. Farmers' Kids Go Hungry. Podcast: Good News From Haiti Lonely And Rich: American Life As Seen By A Haitian Visitor Podcast: What Your $3,000 Bought In Haiti Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Which Jobs Have The Highest And Lowest Unemployment Rates?January 12, 2011 Can Regulators Fight Bubbles?January 12, 2011 We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.