January’s quake left more than 1.3 million people homeless and claimed as many as 300,000 lives. Five months later, several hundred thousand people remain camped out in precarious tent cities and on the streets in the capital Port-au-Prince. While about 40 percent of the city’s houses are safe, the United Nations says only about half of them are occupied. Now, with the hurricane season fast approaching, many remain in desperate need of a long-term housing solution.
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