MIREBALAIS, Haiti —The largest post-earthquake health project has finished construction. Led by US NGO Partners in Health, the new hospital in Mirebalais aims to be a world-class hospital and improve healthcare in Haiti. But in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian government and its international partners are struggling to start the reconstruction of the general hospital, three years after the January 2010 earthquake.
While a new hospital has been built in Mirebalais, the Haitian government and its international partners are still struggling to begin reconstruction of the main hospital in Port-au-Prince almost three years after the earthquake.
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