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Women sweep the street in an impoverished area in Port-au-Prince that was devastated by the Jan. 12 earthquake. The women are being paid $3-$5 a day to do this kind of work by the aid group Oxfam. David Schaper/NPR hide caption

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Amid Spotty Aid, Groups Try Hiring Haitians For Cash

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A woman stands near a makeshift refugee camp near downtown Port-au-Prince on Jan. 16. The government is now planning to relocate many survivors to formal camps on the outskirts of town. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Haiti's Homeless Wary Of Efforts To Relocate Them

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Yves Malbranche, 86, lies on a mattress outside his house in the Carrefour-Feuilles district of Port-au-Prince. Malbranche says he is an American citizen who formerly lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is ill and hopes to be evacuated to the U.S. Corey Flintoff/NPR hide caption

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Port-Au-Prince Journal: An Old Man Wants Out

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