As rebuilding stalls, desperation grows

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As rebuilding stalls, desperation grows

Durangoan involved in Haiti reconstruction says politics, instability to blame
Les Everman, standing in orange, works on an International Home Exports model home. The homes are assembled in–country, which creates more jobs for local workers, said Joe Booth, the company’s vice president of marketing and sales.
International Home Exports employee Guy Muñoz teaches Haitian workers how to measure and cut steel for a model home. Light-gauge steel is the main framing component for many of the company’s low-cost homes.
A Haitian worker plasters a newly installed roof on an International Home Exports model home. Last summer, the company taught about 35 workers how to build its homes.
Durango resident Joe Booth meets with Chief of the National Police Gen. Mario Andersol about building houses for 10,000 of his police forces who lost homes in the earthquake.
Haitian workers install roof sheathing on an International Home Exports model home. Last summer, the company taught about 35 workers how to build its homes.
Haitian workers install roof sheathing on an International Home Exports model home.
Haitian workers install hurricane-resistant steel roof panels on an International Home Exports model home. The homes are assembled in–country, which creates more jobs for local workers, said Joe Booth, the company’s vice president of marketing and sales.

As rebuilding stalls, desperation grows

Les Everman, standing in orange, works on an International Home Exports model home. The homes are assembled in–country, which creates more jobs for local workers, said Joe Booth, the company’s vice president of marketing and sales.
International Home Exports employee Guy Muñoz teaches Haitian workers how to measure and cut steel for a model home. Light-gauge steel is the main framing component for many of the company’s low-cost homes.
A Haitian worker plasters a newly installed roof on an International Home Exports model home. Last summer, the company taught about 35 workers how to build its homes.
Durango resident Joe Booth meets with Chief of the National Police Gen. Mario Andersol about building houses for 10,000 of his police forces who lost homes in the earthquake.
Haitian workers install roof sheathing on an International Home Exports model home. Last summer, the company taught about 35 workers how to build its homes.
Haitian workers install roof sheathing on an International Home Exports model home.
Haitian workers install hurricane-resistant steel roof panels on an International Home Exports model home. The homes are assembled in–country, which creates more jobs for local workers, said Joe Booth, the company’s vice president of marketing and sales.
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Today: Locals aid in medical relief
Thursday: Durango efforts assist reconstruction
Friday: Two Haitian children complete local family

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