A year ago this week, Haiti was hit by an earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people, injured thousands of others and left more than a million and a half homeless. A year later, there is still rubble in the streets of Port-au-Prince, the capital, and more than a million people remain homeless.
Warning: Some of the images in this film are graphic and may be difficult to watch.
But there are hopeful stories to tell. After the quake, one of the many humanitarian groups participating in recovery efforts was Boston-based Partners in Health. They have helped tens of thousands of children in Haiti. Here is the story of two of those children.
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