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Haiti: earthquake survivors reconnect

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Summary

In Haiti, thousands of people live in anguish, unsure whether their relatives are buried under the rubble or alive and unable to communicate. In the first two weeks following the earthquake, Red Cross tracing teams offered over 2,000 phone calls to survivors in the largest camps in Port-au-Prince, so they could get in touch with relatives abroad. Over 3,000 people have posted a "safe and well" message on a special website (www.icrc.org/familylinks), while 22,000 persons are listed as unaccounted for.

Details

Production locations:
Haiti
Running time:
1' 43''
Release year:
2010
Original version:
ENG
Reference:
CR-F-01047-W1
Copyright:
ICRC