Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Little has changed six months after Haiti earthquake

http://bit.ly/aeri5T: "On January 12th, the earth shook in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. More then 220,000 people were killed and more then 300,000 injured. The city, and large stretches of surrounding countryside, were devastated.

"Now, six months later, not much appears to have changed. The government has barely begun the clean-up process. Roads in the center of the city are still blocked by debris, and some experts predict that at the current rate of removal it could take up to 20 years to remove all the rubble ..."

A million people are still homeless. Please help with generous donations to your preferred charitable organization.

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