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Posted: January 13, 2012
Haiti, then and now 1/12/12
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The massive earthquake that struck Haiti two years ago left what can only be described as a path of utter destruction. Two hundred fifty thousand people died, more than three hundred thousand were injured and more three and a half million people were affected overall. And that’s not to mention the many government building, schools, churches and homes that were destroyed.

Flash forward two years, and not much has changed. Our Liz Faublas spoke about the situation, then and now, with the coordinator of the Brooklyn Diocese Haitian Apostolate, Father Jean Moise Delva.

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