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Thanks to the work of many aid agencies, and the donations of millions of individuals, the people of Haiti are gradually piecing their lives back together following January’s earthquake.

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Monday 12 July marks six months since the magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook Haiti, hitting the capital Port-au-Prince the worst, and killing more than 220,000 people and turning the lives of a further 2 million on their heads.

In the months since the earthquake, aid agencies such as Christian charity World Vision have had a huge impact, but emphasise the need to remain focused on recovery programmes over the next few years.

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