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Five years After Haiti Earthquake

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Articles, Haiti | Comments Off on Five years After Haiti Earthquake

Five years After Haiti’s Earthquake, where died 230 thousand people In Haiti, the death toll from a powerful earthquake that occurred on 12 January 2010 exceeded 230 thousand people. This was reported by the Minister of Communications of the island nation, Marie-Laurence Jocelyn Lasegue. According to her, this sad statistic is not yet final. Part of the victims had been buried in the first days after the disaster of their family members, the minister pointed out. Prime Minister of Haiti, Jean-Max Bellerive said that the January earthquake had already set a record for the number of casualties as a result of any natural disaster on the two American continents. The government earlier was also noted that, a variety of injuries and injured more than 300 thousand people, more than 1 million homeless. State of the Union of South American...

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Haiti Earthquake 2010

Posted by on Mar 22, 2014 in Articles, Haiti | Comments Off on Haiti Earthquake 2010

Haiti Earthquake 2010 Robust, callous, ruthless – January 12, 2010 could have turned out to be one typical day for the people of Haiti yet things turned out to unimaginable and unforgettable in an atrocious manner. In fraction of seconds, properties were shattered, innocent lives we’re taken, leaving the people of Haiti with nothing. That day marked one of the most tragic disasters ever witnessed by man. After the earthquake, the people were incognizant and clueless on how they’re going to pick up the shattered pieces of their lives. No food, no water, no electricity, the lives of the people were paralleled with hell. Port au Prince is the largest and capital city of the Caribbean country of Haiti. There economy is greatly dependent on the products that they export to other countries, such as coffee and sugar. Despite...

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