Anse a Veau is an isolated village with approximately 55,138 inhabitants. The village is 120 kilometers from Port-au-Prince. The area has very little infrastructure, and there are four waterways that must be crossed before you can reach the village. One of the rivers sometimes becomes impassable when it crests.
For years, the people of Anse à Veau have been left to fend for themselves, obtaining food from fishing in the river and agricultural. In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Anse à Veau was population increased with refugees from the afflicted areas. A large population lives in huts, without running water and limited electricity from generators, which normally powers the community for one or two hours after sunrise.
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