Haiti quake survivors still suffer

Living conditions have yet to improve, more than two months after the natural disaster.

    Many Haitians complain that conditions have hardly improved since the earthquake struck on January 12.

    At that time, Al Jazeera reported on the plight of Edmonde Roseline, a single mother with four children, just days after her home was destroyed.

    Since then we have been tracking her progress as she struggles to survive and provide for her family.  

    There are still over one million Haitians living in squalid conditions in tent camps made up of makeshift shelters.

    Gabriel Elizondo reports from Port-au-Prince.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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