Challenges remain 6 months after Haiti quake

Published on 12 July 2010

Haiti's reconstruction efforts are moving painfully slowly and enormous problems remain six months after the country was devastated by one of the worst earthquakes in modern times. (..) Aid agencies say they're struggling to feed the huge number of people who have been left with nothing. "We are now feeding 1.2 million people and we would like to reach two million people through those different programs and the other major challenge is to try to reinforce the governmental structure," said Benoit Thiry, deputy director of the World Food Program in Haiti.

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