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Audio slideshow: Life in Haiti's camps

More than a million people were made homeless by Haiti's earthquake. Many of them are still living in makeshift camps in increasingly unsanitary conditions.

The BBC's Mike Wooldridge visited one of the largest camps in Port-au-Prince at Champs de Mars, opposite the Presidential Palace.

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Reporter: Mike Wooldridge Photographs: James Fletcher

Slideshow production by James Fletcher and Helena Selby Publication date: 13 February 2010.

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