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The ‘forgotten’ island

Gonâve island, fifteen kilometres wide and sixty kilometres long, lies under the Haitian sun. What once would have been a rich ecology is now as seriously degraded as the mainland. Even in its degraded state 50,000 sought refuge there after the 2010 earthquake.

While most refugees have since returned to the mainland, there are 100,000 people who live permanently on the island. Most live

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