Haiti a Patchwork of Starts and Stops on Quake Recovery
Six months after a powerful earthquake rocked Haiti, more than one million people are still homeless and the people of Port-au-Prince and surrounding regions continue to suffer the economic, physical and mental after-effects of the devastating temblor.
The NewsHour has returned to Haiti for a series of reports on where the recovery effort stands now.
“Things are moving ahead on several different tracks at once,” Ray Suarez says. “Banks are open, a lot more people are employed but the conditions in the camps are really still pretty terrible.”
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Tune in to Monday’s NewsHour for the full report.