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A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck southwest Haiti on August 14, leaving an estimated 650,000 people in need of aid. Although this story has all but disappeared from headlines, the fact remains that over 120,000 structures including homes, schools, and churches were destroyed, with many more suffering serious damage. The majority of these structures are in remote, hard-to-reach areas with little hope of assistance reaching them anytime soon. Get an inside look at the Haitian reconstruction efforts in remote regions across the country.

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