Haitian Government works on Plan to house homeless earthquake survivors

Haitian Government works on Plan to house homeless earthquake survivors
# 23 January 2010 21:17 (UTC +04:00)
Baku. Ziya Agazade – APA. With an estimated 1.5 million people homeless from the earthquake in Haiti, the debate over how to temporarily house so many people has begun. Both the Haitian government and the United Nations are working on a plan for temporary camps around the capital Port-au-Prince, APA reports citing “Voanews.com” website.

Plans are in the works for more than 10 large tent cities around the capital, Port-au-Prince. With more than one million displaced people, housing demands in the city are severe. The Haitian government, in concert with the United Nations, plans to establish organized camps with water, food and healthcare before the rainy season begins in May.

Back in the city, several people we talked to said they wanted out of their current situation as soon as possible. Many Haitians are angry at their government. They accuse it of not doing enough to help the people.
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