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Haiti: The Long Road Back (The Children) #962777

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 13, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Statistics on the damages from the earthquake in Haiti cited.

(Port-au-Prince: Katie Couric) The plight of Haitian teen Pierre Larousse†† & other children traumatized & left homeless updated; scenes shown of the boy three days after he was injured in the quake, now in a makeshift hospital set up by Doctors Without Borders & the reopened schools; details given about the uncertainty of Pierre's future & the shortage of public schools. [Nurse Brigitte GUERBER-CAHUZAC†- says Pierre is doing well.] [Displaced student Ganahelle PIERRE†- {thru translator} hopes more schools will be built.] [UNICEF's Eddie CARWARDINE††- expresses hope for Haiti & education for the children.] [High school student Annie COUTARD†- talks about the future.] [Psychiatrist Jim GORDON††- talks about the children.] [10-year-old "RINALDO" - {thru translator} speaks about his situation.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) The CBS series on Haiti noted.

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie
Duration:
00:06:50

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