Woman Discusses How Her Earthquake-Damaged Home Was Made Habitable in Haiti

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Josette Colin discusses how her earthquake-damaged home was made habitable again by USAID/OFDA-funded Pan American Development Foundation teams in the Simmond-Pele neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Shelter solutions by USAID, including repairs of damaged homes, transitional shelters and rental support, alone have benefited more than 328,000 people.

Photo by Kendra Helmer/USAID

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