April 26, 2010
Carel Pedre, one of Haiti's most popular radio broadcasters, was on the air hours after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake hit h...
Credit: Ivan Munoz Garcia/Oxfam International via Flickr Residents clean up the Tapis Rouge camp, Port-au-Prince
Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr Impromptu Hospital, Port-au-Prince
Credit: United Nations Development Programme via Flickr Tent city, Port-au-Prince
Credit: Senior Chief Spike Call/U.S. Army via Flickr U.S. Army officials discuss plans for displacement camps
Credit: dalexfilms via Flickr Passing out tarps to prepare for the rainy season
Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr Crowds mourning the dead in Port-au-Prince
Credit: AIDG via Flickr AIDG masonry training, Port-au-Prince
Credit: AIDG via Flickr AIDG masonry training, Port-au-Prince
Credit: Tech. Sgt. James L. Harper Jr./U.S. Air Force via Flickr Haitians walk past rubble in Port-au-Prince
Credit: Oxfam via Flickr Makeshift beauty shop in Delmas 48 camp
Credit: Oxfam via Flickr Household items for sale at Delmas 48 camp
Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr A man sharpens his machete,Port-au-Prince's Petionville Club
Credit: Pasqual Gorriz/United Nations Photo via Flickr A prayer service, Port-au-Prince
Credit: GAIN U.S.A. via Flickr A child in Port-au-Prince
Credit: Jose Manuel Jimenez/IFRC via Flickr Floods in southwest Haiti, Feb. 2010
Credit: IFRC via Flickr A paramedic gives a child water
Credit: GAIN U.S.A. via Flickr Haitian woman, Port-au-Prince
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The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Haiti: Three Months After the Quake

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Carel Pedre, one of Haiti's most popular radio broadcasters, was on the air hours after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake hit his country. He talks about life in Port-au-Prince and the surrounding areas more than three months after the quake.

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The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Haiti: Three Months After the Quake

  1. 1. April 26, 2010
  2. 2. Carel Pedre, one of Haiti's most popular radio broadcasters, was on the air hours after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake hit his country. He talks about life in Port-au-Prince and the surrounding areas more than three months after the quake.
  3. 3. Credit: Ivan Munoz Garcia/Oxfam International via Flickr Residents clean up the Tapis Rouge camp, Port-au-Prince
  4. 4. Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr Impromptu Hospital, Port-au-Prince
  5. 5. Credit: United Nations Development Programme via Flickr Tent city, Port-au-Prince
  6. 6. Credit: Senior Chief Spike Call/U.S. Army via Flickr U.S. Army officials discuss plans for displacement camps
  7. 7. Credit: dalexfilms via Flickr Passing out tarps to prepare for the rainy season
  8. 8. Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr Crowds mourning the dead in Port-au-Prince
  9. 9. Credit: AIDG via Flickr AIDG masonry training, Port-au-Prince
  10. 10. Credit: AIDG via Flickr AIDG masonry training, Port-au-Prince
  11. 11. Credit: Tech. Sgt. James L. Harper Jr./U.S. Air Force via Flickr Haitians walk past rubble in Port-au-Prince
  12. 12. Credit: Oxfam via Flickr Makeshift beauty shop in Delmas 48 camp
  13. 13. Credit: Oxfam via Flickr Household items for sale at Delmas 48 camp
  14. 14. Credit: Sophia Paris/United Nations Photo via Flickr A man sharpens his machete,Port-au-Prince's Petionville Club
  15. 15. Credit: Pasqual Gorriz/United Nations Photo via Flickr A prayer service, Port-au-Prince
  16. 16. Credit: GAIN U.S.A. via Flickr A child in Port-au-Prince
  17. 17. Credit: Jose Manuel Jimenez/IFRC via Flickr Floods in southwest Haiti, Feb. 2010
  18. 18. Credit: IFRC via Flickr A paramedic gives a child water
  19. 19. Credit: GAIN U.S.A. via Flickr Haitian woman, Port-au-Prince
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