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Jean Guerrier Sanon, 27, stands in the hallway of the building in which he lives. He's renting a bedroom for $500 with the help of the international community as part of a Haitian government relocation program. Sanon, who lived in a tent on the Champ de Mars public square said the fact the tents are all gone is a 'big victory.' But with him unable to find a job to renew the $500-a-year lease on his place, he said he wishes the government and international community had more of a plan for what should come after clearing people out of the camps. (Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
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Jean Guerrier Sanon, 27, stands in the hallway of the building in which he lives. He's renting a bedroom for $500 with the help of the international community as part of a Haitian government relocation program. Sanon, who lived in a tent on the Champ de Mars public square said the fact the tents are all gone is a 'big victory.' But with him unable to find a job to renew the $500-a-year lease on his place, he said he wishes the government and international community had more of a plan for what should come after clearing people out of the camps. (Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
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December 17, 2012
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Jean Guerrier Sanon stands in the hallway of the building in which he... News Photo 159244580Building Exterior,Built Structure,Corridor,Diving into Water,Earthquake,Emergencies and Disasters,Haiti,Horizontal,Human Interest,Live,People,Port-au-Prince,Sport,StandPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTJean Guerrier Sanon, 27, stands in the hallway of the building in which he lives. He's renting a bedroom for $500 with the help of the international community as part of a Haitian government relocation program. Sanon, who lived in a tent on the Champ de Mars public square said the fact the tents are all gone is a 'big victory.' But with him unable to find a job to renew the $500-a-year lease on his place, he said he wishes the government and international community had more of a plan for what should come after clearing people out of the camps. (Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)