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Haiti Battles Hurricane Sandy and Cholera

Bailing Out

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Bailing Out

A Haitian woman scoops mud out of her flooded tent home in Port-au-Prince. It's taking awhile for the tents to dry, because rains continue during the evenings, said the International Rescue Committee's Haiti Country Director Miriam Castaneda. "There is a lot of debris and garbage that still needs to be collected and some people have taken to the streets to clean. "