Relocating Haiti's homeless

The daunting task of rebuilding homes for more than a million people in Haiti has begun.



    Almost two months has passed since Haiti's earthquake, and the monumental task of relocating more than a million homeless people has begun.

    The process is far from simple. Temporary shelters are still being put up, tonnes of rubble needs to be cleared, and much of the capital needs to be rebuilt from the ground up.

    It is a slow process, but one that the people desperately need.

    Steve Chao reports from Port-au-Prince.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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