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Haiti after the Earthquake Jan People with families are still living in tents and are in need of medical and healthy water and food! My church, Grace Bible Church serves thru visits 3 times a year to Volunteer time and help rebuild this devasted area. Haiti Mission Trip, Port Au Prince Haiti, Earthquake And Tsunami, Haitian Art, Caribbean, Places To Go, Survival, Around The Worlds, Pictures

Haiti, one year later

It's been one year since the earth shook so violently below Port-au-Prince, Haiti, destroying and damaging hundreds of thousands of buildings and lives in mere moments. Twelve months of struggle and heartache have followed, with very little progress to show so far. Only five percent of the rubble has been cleared as crippling "indecision" has stalled reconstruction efforts, a recent report by humanitarian group Oxfam said. It's not clear when Haiti will be fully rebuilt, with five years…

Haiti street food and street scene 2 Haitian Food Recipes, Port Au Prince, Travel Images, Beautiful Islands, The Places Youll Go, Street Food, Stuff To Do, Road Trip, 13 Days

Haiti street food and street scene 2

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti -Aiding with the earthquake relief was one of the best things I've ever done. Haiti Beaches, Port Au Prince Haiti, Everybody Hurts, Slums, Travel Guides, Places Ive Been, Travel Destinations, Travel Photography, Around The Worlds

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Children and adults scavenge for recyclables and other usable items at the Trutier dump on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, on March 7 in Haiti. We Are The World, Small World, Change The World, Haiti Beaches, Port Au Prince Haiti, Slums, Green Trees, Natural Disasters, Photojournalism

Photojournalism of the Week: March 8, 2012

Massive celebrations and violent demonstrations from around the world in our weekly roundup