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Help for Haiti two months after the earthquake

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Aid is still desperately needed in some of the more remote areas in Haiti, two months after the devastating earthquake that killed 200,000 people.

The BBC's Mark Doyle joined members of the Royal Fleet Auxillary aboard the RFA Largs Bay as they delivered supplies in Anse a Veaux.

Captain Ian Johnson and his team arrived in the area after the village priest, Father David Fontaine contacted the World Food Programme to as for help.

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