Tropical Storm Isaac Approaches Haiti

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The outer bands of Tropical Storm Isaac move over the community of Canaan outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti Friday Aug. 24, 2012. After the the 2010 earthquake tens of thousands of people left downtown Port-au-Prince for the barren hillsides outside the city where they set up tents and other flimsy structures which are unfit to weather a tropical storm. Food For The Poor has built more than 3,300 permanent two-room homes in Haiti since the earthquake. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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The outer bands of Tropical Storm Isaac move over the community of Canaan outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti Friday Aug. 24, 2012. After the the 2010 earthquake tens of thousands of people left downtown Port-au-Prince for the barren hillsides outside the city where they set up tents and other flimsy structures which are unfit to weather a tropical storm. Food For The Poor has built more than 3,300 permanent two-room homes in Haiti since the earthquake. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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Children at the Fondation Montesinos orphanage in Titanyen, Haiti, where Food For The Poor is building a dormitory and a school. The children watch as clouds from Tropical Storm Isaac move over Port-au-Prince Friday Aug. 24, 2012. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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Francois Romerose, 11, brings in laundry at the Fondation Montesinos orphanage in Titanyen, Haiti, where Food For The Poor is building a dormitory and a school. Residents were preparing for Tropical Storm Isaac on Friday Aug. 24, 2012. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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Children at the Fondation Montesinos orphanage in Titanyen, Haiti watch as clouds from Tropical Storm Isaac move over Port-au-Prince Friday Aug. 24, 2012. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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The outer bands of Tropical Storm Isaac move over the community of Canaan outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti Friday Aug. 24, 2012. After the the 2010 earthquake tens of thousands of people left downtown Port-au-Prince for the barren hillsides outside the city where they set up tents and other flimsy structures which are unfit to weather a tropical storm. Food For The Poor has built more than 3,300 permanent two-room homes in Haiti since the earthquake. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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haiti6
The outer bands of Tropical Storm Isaac move over the community of Canaan outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti Friday Aug. 24, 2012. After the the 2010 earthquake tens of thousands of people left downtown Port-au-Prince for the barren hillsides outside the city where they set up tents and other flimsy structures which are unfit to weather a tropical storm. Food For The Poor has built more than 3,300 permanent two-room homes in Haiti since the earthquake. (Credit: Benjamin Rusnak /Food For The Poor)
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