Automeca camp residents in Port au Prince live in shacks made of tarps and rags so close to one another that you can almost mistake the multiple dwellings as one tent held aloft by acres of tent poles; there is little or no privacy.  (Christian Fuchs - Jesuit Refugee Service/USA) (image by Christian Fuchs)
Automeca camp residents in Port au Prince live in shacks made of tarps and rags so close to one another that you can almost mistake the multiple dwellings as one tent held aloft by acres of tent poles; there is little or no privacy. (Christian Fuchs - Jesuit Refugee Service/USA)
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