Finally, more than four years since an 8.0-magnitude earthquake devastated the colonial port city of Pisco, Peru, refugees living in the nuevo pueblo that was born in the wake of the disaster are seeing the construction of central water and power.

Bureaucratic mangling over this 23-acre stretch of desert and the denounced mismanagement of international aid that flooded the country after the disaster has left an estimated 1,500 families in Alto El Molino in squalid living conditions.

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