Officials from foreign aid organizations say that although the pace of recovery in Haiti has seemed slow, the government and aid officials are tasked with rebuilding a country that was impoverished and struggling before the magnitude-7 earthquake. More than a million Haitians are still living in tents or under tarps.
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In tent cities, no sign of 'all that money' Article | PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI -- Immacula Pierre had a question. Why, she wanted to know, are she and 50,000 other homeless Haitians still living in a squalid tent city on the Champ de Mars, an esplanade in the heart of Port-au-Prince just across the street from the destroyed National Palace.