After Hurricane Sandy, I really smell trouble for my little country of Haiti

Just a few days after the passage of Hurricane Sandy on Haiti, the population is just beginning to evaluate the level of damages caused by the storm

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Hurricane Sandy on Haiti

However, in the next few days, weeks and Months, we will have a lot more to deal with.

Le's see what's coming toward us:

1: Cholera is back.
With so much flooding in so many regions of the country, we can only assume that cholera will be spreading.

2: Agricultural lost:
How do we replace all these agricultural products such as banana, Plantain, yam, just to name a few. Do you remember that it was only a few days ago that the population was asking for the government to resign because families were unable to feed themselves.

Do you remember also that in order to deal with the situation, Martelly government was obligated to import rice from Japan?

Now what is going to happen?

What should we expect in a few weeks in Haiti?

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Quesnel Fortune says...

c'etait terrible j ai pas de mot pour m'exprimer sur ce

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