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Students protest in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Students are protesting to demand authorities respond to their striking teachers' demands for higher pay and improved working conditions. Students are concerned they will not be able to take exams which allow them to move on to the next level. Public school teachers across Haiti have been on strike for one week. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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A student runs away from police dispersing a student protest in support of striking teachers as tires burn in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Students are protesting to demand authorities respond to their striking teachers' demands for higher pay and improved working conditions. Students are concerned they will not be able to take exams which allow them to move on to the next level. Public school teachers across Haiti have been on strike for one week. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 21, 2014 photo, a worker unloads plastic bottles at Sustainable Recycling Solutions in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The metropolitan region has grown noticeably cleaner since at least four recycling companies began operating in recent years. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 16, 2014 photo, a worker arranges a sack of plastic bottles at a recycling center in Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. With just one landfill in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s trash problem got worse when international aid workers swooped into the country after an earthquake devastated the capital in 2010. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 17, 2014 photo, Marie Satty, right, digs through the trash alongside the road with other people in search of empty plastic bottles to sell to a recycling center in Carrefour, Haiti. Haiti’s central government collects only about 40 percent of the capital’s garbage, leaving the rest to pile up in streets and gutters, causing flooding when the rainy season comes. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 16, 2014 photo, Danisa Julien and her sister Darlancia organize plastic bottles by color at a recycling center in Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The sisters take their recyclables to one of many kiosks run nationwide by a program called Ranmase Lajan, Haitian Creole for “picking up money.” (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

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In this April 17, 2014 photo, Marie Satty, 52, digs through the trash littering the roadside for empty plastic bottles to sell to a recycling center in Carrefour, Haiti. Haiti’s central government collects only about 40 percent of the capital’s garbage, leaving the rest to pile up in streets and gutters, causing flooding when the rainy season comes. But now, through efforts of several entrepreneurial firms, more Haitians are learning how to recycle throwaways for cash. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)