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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
|Nèg Mawon||p. ix|
|Writing About Suffering||p. 1|
|The Catastrophe||p. 6|
|Praxis and Policy: The Years before the Quake||p. 22|
|January 12 and the Aftermath||p. 54|
|A History of the Present Illness||p. 121|
|Into the Camps||p. 140|
|From Relief to Reconstruction (Building Back Better?)||p. 149|
|Reconstruction in the Time of Cholera||p. 188|
|Looking Forward While Looking Back: Lessons from Rwanda||p. 236|
|Epilogue: January 12, 2011||p. 236|
|Afterword: March 31, 2012||p. 246|
|Art, by Catherine Bertrand Farmer||p. 260|
|Lòt Bò Dlo: The Other Side of the Water||p. 261|
|Sim Pa Rele (If I Don't Shout), by Michèle Montas-Dominique||p. 271|
|Goudou Goudou||p. 285|
|Mothers and Daughters of Haiti||p. 295|
|Humanitarian Aid, Impartiality, and Dirty Boots||p. 308|
|Lopital Jeneral Struggles to Survive||p. 319|
|Doctors in Tents||p. 328|
|Those Who Survived||p. 332|
|First We Need Taxis||p. 342|
|The Official||p. 356|
|Building Back Better||p. 363|
|Acronyms and Initiahsms||p. 409|
|Photo insert between pages||p. 216-217|
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