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Audio slideshow: Life in a camp in Haiti

In January an earthquake in Haiti killed up to 230,000 people and left more than one million homeless.

As the rainy season began, photographer Jake Price travelled to a number of the many camps that house some of those left homeless and presents his impressions of those struggling to rebuild their lives.

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Recorded and photographed by Jake Price. Produced by Jake Price and Phil Coomes. Published 18 May 2010.




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