A Year Of Challenges: Haiti After The Quake

A year after a powerful earthquake hit Haiti, the 1.5 million left homeless still live in temporary camps and makeshift homes, and much rubble remains to be cleared. On top of that, the nation is dealing with a cholera epidemic and political chaos. Explore a collection of past NPR stories that chronicle the Caribbean nation's slow road to recovery.


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A Year Of Challenges: Haiti After The Quake

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