Honduras Rebuilds NPR''s John Burnett reports on the monumental task facing the central American nation of Honduras as it tries to rebuild three months after the devastation of Hurricane Mitch. Besides killing several thousand people, the storm caused some five billion dollars in damage in one of the western hemisphere''s poorest nations. An estimated one-and-a-half million people are homeless and jobless. Many of the country''s roads, hundreds of schools, and water systems in more than a thousand villages all need to be repaired
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Honduras Rebuilds

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Honduras Rebuilds

Honduras Rebuilds

Honduras Rebuilds

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NPR''s John Burnett reports on the monumental task facing the central American nation of Honduras as it tries to rebuild three months after the devastation of Hurricane Mitch. Besides killing several thousand people, the storm caused some five billion dollars in damage in one of the western hemisphere''s poorest nations. An estimated one-and-a-half million people are homeless and jobless. Many of the country''s roads, hundreds of schools, and water systems in more than a thousand villages all need to be repaired