As voices from the disaster in Haiti have made painfully clear, decades of foreign aid to Haiti have had little impact on Haiti's ability to reduce poverty. In light of the global challenges we face, all donors must reconsider their approaches to foreign aid. The Obama Administration is currently going through two major reviews of U.S. development policy. Developing world voices must be heard in this debate for it to proceed successfully. In the third of a series of events, Oxfam America and Foreign Policy bring development experts to the table to discuss how ownership and capacity building can help the world avoid the next Haiti or Afghanistan. Discussing these issues in a panel are: Blake Hounshell, Managing Editor, "Foreign Policy" (Moderator); Paul O'Brien, Vice President of Policy and Campaigns, Oxfam America; His Excellency Raymond Joseph, Haitian Ambassador to the United States (Keynote); Joel Dreyfuss, Managing Editor, "The Root"; Dr. Robert Maguire, Professor, Trinity College in Washington & Chair, Haiti Working Group, US Institute of Peace; Paul Auxila, Chief Operating Officer, Management Sciences for Health.