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A year after the Haiti earthquake killed about 250,000 people and left more than a million homeless, a multimedia documentary takes viewers to the streets and tent cities of the shattered capital.
From the homeless schoolgirl who studies science by candlelight to the doctor who built a makeshift operating theatre in the ruins of a hospital, One Day in Port-au-Prince tells stories of resilience, ingenuity and courage.
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