Haiti’s government says it will have to take over some privately held land to build temporary camps for earthquake survivors.
The aim is to relieve overcrowding in the makeshift camps where many of the one million-plus Haitians left homeless have been living.
But as Haiti continues to struggle five weeks after the quake, a few stories of hope are emerging as well. Steve Chao of Al Jazeera English reports from Haiti.
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