The Haiti Earthquake – a life in the year after January 12, 2010

A man prays in a cemetery affected by the 12 January earthquake in Port-au-Prince on 10 July 2010

Six months after the quake, parts of Haiti look like the disaster struck yesterday (BBC.com)

Man walks through rubble in Port au Prince

Twenty million cubic metres of rubble are blocking Haiti’s towns and villages, severely hampering attempts to build shelters (BBC.com)

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