SARTHE, HAITI - MARCH 01: (FILE PHOTO, 1 OF 30 FOR EARTHQUAKE ANNIVERSARY PACKAGE) Frisnel Jeune (L), 21, and Esvelt Pierre Jean, 32, work on balance and strengthening exercises in the Handicap ... more 
SARTHE, HAITI - MARCH 01: (FILE PHOTO, 1 OF 30 FOR EARTHQUAKE ANNIVERSARY PACKAGE) Frisnel Jeune (L), 21, and Esvelt Pierre Jean, 32, work on balance and strengthening exercises in the Handicap International physical therapy space at the Doctors Without Borders hospital March 1, 2010 in Sarthe, Haiti. The new Doctors Without Borders hospital is under construction and will have beds for more than 300 people once it is finished. Thousands were injured or lost limbs during the 7.0 earthquake that killed more than 200,000 and left 1.2 million homeless in January. Handicap International is working in 13 hospitals, including the one in Sarthe, and nine community-based centers throughout Haiti. The organization will begin to fit the 300 people with temporary prosthetics this week, the first since the earthquake. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) less 
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