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BTL:Haiti's Path to Earthquake Recovery Requires More Justice and Aid
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Haiti's Path to Earthquake Recovery Requires More Justice and Aid
Interview with Sherman Malone, cofounder of Haiti Marycare, conducted by Melinda Tuhus
Jan. 12 marked the first anniversary of the earthquake that leveled Port au Prince, Haiti, killing an estimated 230,000 people and largely decapitating the government, devastating the city's already crumbling infrastructure, and hobbling the work of many international aid groups. Haiti has 10,000 non-profit aid organizations, ranging from major players like Doctors Without Borders and Save the Children, to tiny storefront church operations. Story continues