Casey Calamusa, a communications officer with Federal Way-based World Vision poses in December with a girl at a camp for earthquake survivors in Haiti. Calamusa, 25, lives in Kent. (Courtesy of World Vision)
Casey Calamusa, a communications officer with Federal Way-based World Vision poses in December with a girl at a camp for earthquake survivors in Haiti. Calamusa, 25, lives in Kent. (Courtesy of World Vision)
Casey Calamusa, a communications officer with Federal Way-based World Vision poses in December with a girl at a camp for earthquake survivors in Haiti. Calamusa, 25, lives in Kent. (Courtesy of World Vision)

A year later, Haiti still suffering

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