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"GoudouGoudou," the Kreyol word that Haitians have come to call the earthquake that ravaged parts of their country in in January 2010, is scrawled on the wall of a tent in a camp in Grand-Goave, Haiti, where families left homeless by the quake continue to live. The word was derived from the sound that many recall the quake producing as their houses moved and collapsed. The ACT Alliance has supported families in this camp with a variety of services, and has rebuilt a school beside the tent city.