Inside Haiti's Tent Cities

Scenes from the post-earthquake reconstruction.
Inside Haiti's Tent Cities

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Nearly a year after the Haiti earthquake, one million people live in camps terrorized by rape gangs. At least Sean Penn's camp has lights, a rare bid for safety when even a walk to the bathroom can be dangerous at night. One "model" tent camp is treeless desert, boiling in the heat. Billions in US aid have gone undelivered, corporations are building sweatshop relocation centers, and crime is commonplace. What happened to Haiti's reconstruction? MoJo human rights reporter Mac McClelland went to Port-au-Prince to find out. The photos in this essay illustrate what she saw; click here to read her related dispatches from Haiti.