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Haitian children 'still without food'


It is exactly 100 days since a devastating earthquake struck the Caribbean island of Haiti.

One of the first people the Today programme spoke to was Carel Pedre, a radio DJ from Petionville, on the edge of the capital, Port au Prince.

We got back in touch with him to see what life was like now for the people of Haiti. And Nigel Fisher, the UN's humanitarian co-ordinator in Haiti, comments on what progress aid is making in the country.

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