Ariana Cubillos, Associated Press
Malnourished children sit outside their homes in Deschapelles, Haiti, in June. After soaring food prices led to deadly riots in April, the U.S. promised millions of dollars in aid to poor families, as well as help for farmers to break Haiti's dependence on imported food. But three months later, only a fraction of a U.S. food pledge — less than 2 percent as of early July — has been distributed.

Malnourished children sit outside their homes in Deschapelles, Haiti, in June. After soaring food prices led to deadly riots in April, the U.S. promised millions of dollars in aid to poor families, as well as help for farmers to break Haiti's dependence on imported food. But three months later, only a fraction of a U.S. food pledge — less than 2 percent as of early July — has been distributed.