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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    Robin holds a 3-year-old orphan named Amos whom she met him back in January, just days after a devastating earthquake rocked Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The quake killed more than 200,000 and displaced more than a million more.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    These two young women are living in an orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Many women were welcomed into the orphanages, despite not being orphans, when they were widowed by the earthquake.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    Haitian residents hit hard by the January earthquake received free new shoes from the charity organization Sole4Souls.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    "GMA" anchor Robin Roberts toured one of the many tent cities that have popped up in Haiti's capitol, Port-au-Prince.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    A colorfully painted bus seems out of place among the devastation, seen in the background, in Port-au-Prince.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    The Jan. 12 earthquake killed more than 200,000 Haitians and left more than a million without a home, according to the U.S. State Department.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    Robin Roberts met midwife Sarah Marsh (center) and nurse Genevieve Joubert during a visit to a tent city.
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  • Robin Roberts Haiti

    Sunday church services continue outside, in the shadow of the destroyed National Cathedral.
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