Haiti's displaced people grow increasingly frustrated

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Haitians protest against conditions in camps as President Michel Martelly announces massive resettlement project

The tarp-covered structures that lined Haiti's streets and filled its fields and public squares in the days after the terrible earthquake in 2010 are still the biggest, most devastating reminder of the country's slow recovery. Among these settlements is the string of camps along the grand Champs de Mars; once a swirl of public paths and gardens that stretched out before a gleaming national palace, but now home to more than 4,500 displaced families.

Read the full post by Susana Ferreira in the Guardian's Poverty Matters Blog.