Going to school in Haiti after the earthquake

Published on 31 May 2010

If there is a drier, dustier, more desolate place in the Caribbean I'd be amazed to see it. A few weeks ago, this vast space in Haiti now know as Corail Cesselesse was a vast scraggly grassland about 20km outside the capital, Port-au-Prince. (..) Children's NGO Plan International has provided a school at Corail, while Save the Children is working with the district health office to provide healthcare, and to treat malnutrition. World Vision is providing food, which is being distributed by the World Food Programme.

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