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A tour of an orphanage in Haiti

Before January's earthquake Haiti was known to have many thousands of orphans.

Now there are countless more.

God's Littlest Angels is an American-run Christian mission set up in 1994 in the hills above Port au Prince to look after Haitian orphans and match them with adoptive families.

The earthquake meant they received many more children. Melissa Friesen, who has volunteered there for the last year, gave a tour.


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