Haiti, three years later

Today markes the third anniversary of the 7.0 earthquake which devastated Haiti in 2010, leaving as many as 250,000 dead and destroying much of the capital Port-au-Prince's government and church institutions.

My report on Haiti's recovery can be found here. More reports will be posted next week.

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Previous posts include:

The Slient boy of Carradeux

Kicking around grand ideas in Solino

Avec Mis Nouveau Amis, Monsieur Antoine

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