Rains Threaten the Bourdon Valley

Published on 21 April 2010

Tucked into the hills that rise above central Port-au-Prince lies Bourdon Valley, an enclave of beautiful, verdant forest flanked by the eastern suburbs of Delmas and Canape Vert. With its thick mango groves and gently winding river, it's easy to see why one would make this home. But the small, basic concrete houses that once lined the Valley walls now lie in ruin, replaced by the blue and white tarp shelters that now blanket so much of Port-au-Prince's landscape.(..)The World Food Programme will provide early food distributions and International Medical Corps will operate a medical facility.

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