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Thousands of Armenians were displaced by a deadly 1988 earthquake, but more than 27 years later, why are some families still living in temporary shipping containers? We'll look at what's being done to help these families and discuss the long-term challenges in trying to resettle communities after a natural disaster. Join the conversation at 19:30 GMT.
On today's episode, we speak to:
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Timothy Straight @HDIFarmenia
Founder, Homeland Development Initiative Foundation
Head of Projects, Hayastan All Armenian Fund
Maria Titizian @MariaTitizian
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