Hardship in Haiti after Hurricane Sandy

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Aid agencies on Haiti have voiced concerns about the devastating impact of Hurricane Sandy, which killed 54 people when it struck the Caribbean island last week.

The storm caused widespread damage, destroyed crops and left thousands of people homeless. There are also fears about the spread of cholera in flooded areas.

Oxfam's Amelie Gauthier spoke to the BBC about the challenges faced by those on the island.

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