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January 19, 2012

Safe Spaces For Children In Haiti

Margarett Lubin is a Haitian who works with the organization Save The Children. She was at work in Port au Prince when the quake hit. Her house was damaged, and she is sleeping in her car, but she’s still been coming in regularly to her job. She is responsible for creating special places for the children who’ve been left homeless or alone since the earthquake. It means she has to arrange social workers and other support. Margarett joins Dick Gordon to talk about her life and work since the quake.

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