One Year Later

April 2011

Chile after the Tsunami

An earthquake of such magnitude as the one a year ago in Chile has created a series of unusually ineffective attempts at reconstruction. An awkward blend of politics and private enterprise has often proved counterproductive, cancelling reconstruction efforts or altering social networks, and government policy leaves much to be desired. However, bit by bit good-hearted individuals are involving themselves, and groups are pooling their know-how, finding resources, and making a positive difference.
Photo © Red Cross
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