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In pictures: Haiti post-earthquake
 
In addition to dealing with a cholera outbreak, heavy rains have drenched many outlying regions of Haiti, effectively worsening what are already unsanitary conditions in many areas [Jet Belgraver]
Cholera has never been documented in Haiti before its sudden appearance last month. Officials are concerned that floods triggered by Hurricane Tomas last week could exacerbate the spread of the disease [Jet Belgraver]
Residents are also having to deal with destroyed infrastructure, 10 months after January's devastating earthquake [Jet Belgraver]
Poor drainage systems have led to flooding in areas outside Port-au-Prince, At least 120 suspected cases of cholera are being examined in Haiti's capital, the most significant warning sign yet that the epidemic has spread from outlying areas to threaten as many as three million people [Jet Belgraver]
Haiti was already the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, before January's earthquake, and the subsequent cholera outbreak [Jet Belgraver]
Much of Haiti's population of just under 10 million people continue to live in precarious conditions, vulnerable to natural disasters [Jet Belgraver]
Many also feel virtually forgotten amid the country's compounding problems post-earthquake [Jet Belgraver]
As billions of dollars of aid money flows in, many Haitians believe reconstruction will be do-it-yourself job [Jet Belgraver]
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In pictures: Haiti post-earthquake /mritems/Images/2010/11/9/201011945954798621_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/20101195333367580_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/20101195210568580_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/201011955238993360_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/201011955539311360_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/20101195147263621_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/20101195593422371_8.jpg;*;/mritems/Images/2010/11/9/201011951940648360_8.jpg In addition to dealing with a cholera outbreak, heavy rains have drenched many outlying regions of Haiti, effectively worsening what are already unsanitary conditions in many areas [Jet Belgraver];*;Cholera has never been documented in Haiti before its sudden appearance last month. Officials are concerned that floods triggered by Hurricane Tomas last week could exacerbate the spread of the disease [Jet Belgraver];*;Residents are also having to deal with destroyed infrastructure, 10 months after January(***)s devastating earthquake [Jet Belgraver];*;Poor drainage systems have led to flooding in areas outside Port-au-Prince, At least 120 suspected cases of cholera are being examined in Haiti(***)s capital, the most significant warning sign yet that the epidemic has spread from outlying areas to threaten as many as three million people [Jet Belgraver];*;Haiti was already the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, before January(***)s earthquake, and the subsequent cholera outbreak [Jet Belgraver];*;Much of Haiti(***)s population of just under 10 million people continue to live in precarious conditions, vulnerable to natural disasters [Jet Belgraver];*;Many also feel virtually forgotten amid the country(***)s compounding problems post-earthquake [Jet Belgraver];*;As billions of dollars of aid money flows in, many Haitians believe reconstruction will be do-it-yourself job [Jet Belgraver] 0
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