NEW YORK — When Jack DeHovitz turned on the TV on Jan. 13, 2010, he was shocked to see the footage of the earthquake that had devastated Port-au-Prince, a city where he had visited frequently.
He was also shocked to see his former colleague, Marie-Marcelle Deschamps, front-and-center with the interviewer, speaking about how she planned to help people impacted by the disaster.
With cholera experiencing a resurgence in Haiti, Deschamps stays at the forefront of working to help the population on a grassroots level.
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