Having a hard time finding good data. Perhaps the Dominican Republic is helping big time, after all they share the island.
How is the Haitian government involved?
edit: If this Wikipedia info is of any worth, I found these interesting bits:
Haiti now ranks 149th of 182 countries in the United Nations Human Development Index (2006).
Foreign aid makes up approximately 30–40% of the national government's budget.
The largest donor is the United States – followed by Canada, and the European Union also contributes aid. From 1990 to 2003, Haiti received more than $4 billion in aid. The United States alone had provided Haiti with 1.5 billion in aid.  Venezuela and Cuba also make various contributions to Haiti's economy, especially after alliances were renewed in 2006 and 2007. In January 2010, China promised $4.2 million for the quake-hit island, and President Obama pledged $100 million in US assistance. European Union nations promised more than 400 million euros ($616 million) in emergency aid and reconstruction funds for Haiti.
U.S. aid to the Haitian government was completely cut off in 2001–2004 after the 2000 election was disputed and President Aristide was accused of various misdeeds. After Aristide's departure in 2004, aid was restored, and the Brazilian army led the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti peacekeeping operation. Following almost 4 years of recession ending in 2004, the economy grew by 1.5% in 2005.
In 2005 Haiti's total external debt reached an estimated US$1.3 billion, which corresponds to a debt per capita of US$169. In September 2009, Haiti met the conditions set out by the IMF and World Bank's Heavily Indebted Poor Countries program to qualify for cancellation of its external debt.
"Jesus has my heart, but Whiskey has my liver" --Jason Boland
Last edited by ScottJ; 01-20-2010 at 09:20 AM.