Nonstop, we keep up the struggle | video

This message, prepared by over 100 members of ATD Fourth World Haiti, tells of the strength and resilience of communities in poverty after the 2010 earthquake.

It’s a message of promises made and of real changes that have taken place. But also a message of international aid that didn’t reach everyone, and the daily struggles of people in extreme poverty working to participate and contribute to building a better future for their country.

In the wake of the 2010 earthquake, people were forced to seek shelter with their neighbors and to accept help from people they didn’t know. Entire neighborhoods lost their homes and had to live on the streets, relying on solidarity to survive.

It is this solidarity between people living in such difficult conditions that gives people the strength to carry on today.

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