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DateFebruary 24, 2010February 6, 2018
Weeks after the earthquake, as populations of Haiti’s tent camps grow, so too does the threat of disease.
“It’s been one year, and Rome wasn’t built in a day,” said Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Barack Obama, addressing some of the president’s former supporters — and current critics — who expected quick and sweeping change.
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