Spring rains threaten displaced Haitians, Adventist aid group says

Hundreds of thousands of Haitians still living under makeshift shelters face an increased risk of disease and poor sanitation in the coming rainy season, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) workers said. Suzete Edmond (front) and her sister Magalie Lapaix have been living in a makeshift shelter at a Port-au-Prince camp for displaced persons since January 13, the day after the quake struck Haiti.

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