Rapes soar in quake-hit Haiti

Lack of privacy and street lighting leaves women vulnerable six months after the disaster.

    When a powerful earthquake devastated Haiti, aid workers poured into the country along with pledges of security and billions of dollars in aid.

    But six months on, conditions for the victims have improved little and in some cases it has worsened.

    As part of our special coverage of Haiti, Sebastian Walker reports on the victims of rape.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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