Edna Santiago, who has only one hand and was among the beneficiaries whom Jessica met, received from HI livelihood kits and a temporary shelter in 2009. Now a widow, she has applied for a loan through the REBUILD Project. The money will be used as capital in setting up a small store, she said. Photo by Molly Feltner / Handicap International

Edna Santiago, who has only one hand and was among the beneficiaries whom Jessica met, received from HI livelihood kits and a temporary shelter in 2009. Now a widow, she has applied for a loan through the REBUILD Project. The money will be used as capital in setting up a small store, she said. Photo by Molly Feltner / Handicap International

Edna Santiago, who has only one hand and was among the beneficiaries whom Jessica met, received from HI livelihood kits and a temporary shelter in 2009. Now a widow, she has applied for a loan through the REBUILD Project. The money will be used as capital in setting up a small store, she said. Photo by Molly Feltner / Handicap International

Edna Santiago, who has only one hand and was among the beneficiaries whom Jessica met, received from HI livelihood kits and a temporary shelter in 2009. Now a widow, she has applied for a loan through the REBUILD Project. The money will be used as capital in setting up a small store, she said. Photo by Molly Feltner / Handicap International

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