NEW YORK — It’s been almost a year since a catastrophic earthquake killed more than 230,000 people and left more than a million homeless in Haiti. But from the slums of Port-au-Prince to the rural Central Plateau, this impoverished country continues to suffer — buffeted by Hurricane Tomas in November, a cholera epidemic that leftover 3,600 dead and the violent chaos of political stalemate.

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