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Port Au Prince, Haiti. Wednesday, June 30, 2010.
//Anide Fleureme has a drink of water while studying in her family's tent. Anide, 24, is a school girl attempting to graduate from 12th grade at Ecole Centre Educatif-Luis Josephe Jamlien this year. Anide was in the school during the earthquake but managed to escape. The school is now reopened under a tent just a few lots away from the original building location.
Anides says likes accounting and hopes that when she finished high school she could go to college, but she says "The country is broken right now so I don't know what will happen."
Anide lives with her 2 cousins, 3 nieces and a nephew in a tent in a camp in the Delmas neighborhood of Port au Prince. Haiti. They used to live in a one bedroom home with a livingroom, but it was cracked beyond repair in the earthquake so now they are IDP (Internally displaced people.) //
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