More than half a million still living in tent camps
Disagreements over aid continue two years after quake
Creating jobs, building homes among myriad of challenges
By Kevin Gray and Joseph Guyler Delva
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan 10 (Reuters) - If there is hope in Haiti, it can be found in Mertilus Aland.
The 18-year-old eight-grader is flourishing in a new school built after Haiti's devastating earthquake, dreaming of one day becoming a doctor in the violent Haitian slum he calls home.
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