January 12th, 2015

On 5th Anniversary of Haiti Earthquake, Poppy Harlow Profiles a Man Working Tirelessly to Turn his Village Around

In the U.S., Josue Lajeunesse works as a taxi driver and janitor. In Haiti, he’s a hero to thousands for bringing clean water to the village of La Source.

Exactly five years since that devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck and claimed more than 230,000 lives, CNN’s Poppy Harlow travels to Haiti to see first-hand the work Lajeunesse is doing in his home village, and surveys the daunting work that lies ahead.