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Haiti After the Earthquake



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Paul Farmer, the renowned Harvard physician and co-founder of Partners In Health, bears witness to Haiti's devastating earthquake and the ensuing relief and rebuilding efforts

Table of Contents

Ng Mawonp. ix
Writing About Sufferingp. 1
The Catastrophep. 6
Praxis and Policy: The Years before the Quakep. 22
January 12 and the Aftermathp. 54
A History of the Present Illnessp. 121
Into the Campsp. 140
From Relief to Reconstruction (Building Back Better?)p. 149
Reconstruction in the Time of Cholerap. 188
Looking Forward While Looking Back: Lessons from Rwandap. 236
Epilogue: January 12, 2011p. 236
Afterword: March 31, 2012p. 246
Other Voices
Art, by Catherine Bertrand Farmerp. 260
Lt B Dlo: The Other Side of the Waterp. 261
Sim Pa Rele (If I Don't Shout), by Michle Montas-Dominiquep. 271
Goudou Goudoup. 285
Mothers and Daughters of Haitip. 295
Humanitarian Aid, Impartiality, and Dirty Bootsp. 308
Lopital Jeneral Struggles to Survivep. 319
Doctors in Tentsp. 328
Those Who Survivedp. 332
First We Need Taxisp. 342
The Officialp. 356
Building Back Betterp. 363
Notesp. 373
Acronyms and Initiahsmsp. 409
Contributorsp. 411
Acknowledgmentsp. 415
Indexp. 419
Photo insert between pagesp. 216-217
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