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February 21, 2010

U.S. Charities Turn Their Attention and Their Funds Toward Haiti’s Long-Term Needs

Talia Frenkel/American Red Cross

Haitian earthquake survivors Marie Helene Destin, Elvie Joseph, and Mayo Joseph open a cooking set provided by the Red Cross.

American charities have raised more than $774-million to help Haiti recover from the earthquake that leveled much of the nation’s capital last month.

Relief workers say that the money will go a long way toward supporting a years-long recovery...

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