In January 12, 2010, a catastrophic earthquake hit Haiti, one of the poorest and least developed counties in the world. An estimated two million people were affected by the disaster, which reduced much of the capital, Port-au-Prince, to rubble. According to the International Organization for Migration, some 634,000 people remain living in displacement camps, on this, the second anniversary of the quake.
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