Haiti: recent images

Friday, February 12, 2010

  • Girl in rubbleA girl stands in the devastated center of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, which was ravaged by a January 12 earthquake.
  • Woman digs with macheteA woman digs with a machete as she builds a temporary home in a spontaneous camp for quake survivors being established in Croix-des-Bouguets, Haiti, north of the capital Port-au-Prince. Quake survivors continue to move as aftershocks continue, and reports of aid deliveries in one camp will provoke families from other camps to migrate there.
  • Removing debrisSurvivors of the January 12 earthquake remove debris from devastated houses in the Port-au-Prince neighborhood of Belair.
  • Doctor attends patientDr. Gaspar Gaston attends patients in a tent clinic set up on a street in Jacmel, a town on Haiti's southern coast that was ravaged by the January 12 earthquake. The clinic is sponsored by KROS, a regional ngo that is supported by Diakonie, a member of the ACT Alliance that airlifted medicines and medical supplies to Jacmel.
  • Drinking water pipeEmergency workers of Norwegian Church Aid, a member of the ACT Alliance, unroll piping in Port-au-Prince as they set up a potable water system for families left homeless by Haiti's January 12 earthquake. ACT is working with a local partner, Viva Rio, which had installed a rainwater harvesting system in a neighborhood school. Although the school was partially destroyed, the system remains, and ACT personnel set up a system to make the water stored there available to families living in a makeshift tent city in the school yard.
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