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A woman walks before a destroyed building on January 5, 2011  in Port-au-Prince. One year after Haiti's earthquake, only five percent of the rubble has been cleared as crippling "indecision" has stalled reconstruction efforts, a new report by humanitarian group Oxfam said. "This has been a year of indecision and it has put Haiti's recovery on hold," said Roland Van Hauwermeiren, country director for Oxfam in Haiti.
A woman walks before a destroyed building on January 5, 2011  in Port-au-Prince. One year after Haiti's earthquake, only five percent of the rubble has been cleared as crippling "indecision" has stalled reconstruction efforts, a new report by humanitarian group Oxfam said. "This has been a year of indecision and it has put Haiti's recovery on hold," said Roland Van Hauwermeiren, country director for Oxfam in Haiti.

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