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Videos: Haiti One Year After

One year after a devastating earthquake killed an estimated 222,000 people and left 1.5 million people homeless, Haitians continue to endure appalling living conditions amid a nationwide cholera outbreak, despite the largest humanitarian aid deployment in the world

MSF today issued a review of its own emergency response, Haiti One Year After, following the earthquake and an assessment of the existing gaps in secondary health care services that it will attempt to address in the year ahead. MSF’s response in Haiti since the earthquake and the cholera epidemic constitutes the largest disaster operation in the organization’s history.

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Haiti One Year Later: Better Conditions

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Haiti One Year Later: Cholera, Another Emergency

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Haiti One Year Later: Saving Time and Lives

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Haiti One Year Later: Watsan Essential Role

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Haiti One Year Later: Take Care

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Haiti One Year Later: Spreading the Word Prevention

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Haiti One Year Later: Delia Demmacco

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Haiti One Year Later: Gille Lavigne

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Haiti One Year Later: Isaie Jeanty

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Report 10 January 2011