A decade after the devastating earthquake that killed more than 200,000 Haitians and left millions more homeless life has not improved for many survivors.
Ma Drapo, Sent Mari and Taba Isa, three refugee camps located in the capital, Port-au-Prince, is where survivors are living post-quake. Residents of Sent Mari told VOA Creole they lack clean water, sanitation and food.
"We’ve been living here since January 12 (2010)," one man said. "We have no access to water, financial revenue, employment, water - there are many other things we don’t have access to - but you know how it is, we’re Haitians -wherever you’re living, there are people to support even though we don’t have the means to do that.
"We don’t have bathrooms," a woman living in a makeshift house with a tin roof said. "But when we have to go, there’s a place we walk to, to do our business."
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