Haitian children are languishing in camps or working in menial jobs because thousands of schools in and around Port-au-Prince, the devastated capital, could remain closed for months or never reopen. Markeny Saint Valin, 10, with his grandmother, Luciene St. Louis, washing clothes in Port-au-Prince.
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Over the past 10 years, Architecture for Humanity has grown into a global organization that inspires building professionals to design like they give a damn. Here are ten ways to get involved and help make our second decade even more effective.