Emmett Fitzgerald can pinpoint the moment he knew he had to leave Haiti. The 38-year-old aid worker spent two years in Port-au-Prince following the catastrophic earthquake in 2010, which damaged more than 300,000 buildings and left 1.1 million people living in the streets. During his first six months in Haiti, he ran a camp for 25,000 displaced people. Later, he worked on policy for the International Organization for Migration and directed a $50 million budget out of the United Nations base in...
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