Haiti's hampered rebuilding efforts

Six months after the quake help for rebuilding has not arrived for residents of Leogane.


    Residents in the Haitian town of Leogane are trying to rebuild after the earthquake, but they are not getting much help.

    More than 80 per cent of the town's buildings were destroyed by the quake. But six months later, aid has not been coming in as promised. 

    Rob Reynolds reports from Leogane, Haiti.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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