Haiti's back-to-school evictions
Many displaced people face eviction as schools prepare to welcome back students.
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2010 16:36 GMT

As Haitian schools prepare to re-open for the first time following January's earthquake, many families are faced with eviction.

School grounds across Port-au-Prince are filled with make-shift camps.

And the government's drive to re-open schools means hundreds of displaced people will have to leave their make-shift homes.

Lucia Newman reports from Port-au-Prince.

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