Haiti, Six Months Since The Earthquake

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Paul Weisenfeld, coordinator of Haiti Task Team for USAID
Deborah Sontag, reporter, New York Times
Andrea Koppel, director of international communications, Red Cross

Nearly six months after a massive earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince and much of Haiti, millions of Haitians still struggle to survive. Aid groups and the Haitian government continue relief efforts but some 1.5 million Haitians remain homeless and the hurricane season is underway.



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