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Star of Hope Haiti Schools open with damage

ELLINWOOD — Star of Hope schools in Haiti report that they are welcoming children back into class even with damage to the buildings.
Myrtha Dor, director of Star of Hope Haiti reports that Bois Negresse has been affected the most. Half of the metal roof is gone from the newly opened school building. Trees are down some taking the flimsy homes of the people. The farm fields have been washed out and the road is still cut by a failed bridge.
In Boyer, there is some road damage but the school and all the children are reported to be doing well ...


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