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The British Red Cross has completed its work in Haiti, where we helped thousands of people recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake. Find out how we helped in this video.
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The Red Cross is helping people recover their livelihoods after the earthquake.
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The British Red Cross is promoting hygiene and improving sanitation in several areas of Haiti.
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We are working closely with the residents of Delmas 19 to regenerate the community following a devastating earthquake.
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Arriving in Haiti two months after the earthquake, Mark South was prepared for the worst.
A new bakery has opened in a Port-au-Prince community.
Johnny helped to dig drainage canals in Haiti’s Automeca camp.
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As the Red Cross continues to help people in Haiti recover, we blog on developments in the country.
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After the Haiti earthquake, the Red Cross helped provide relief to people who had been affected.
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