This collapsed building on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince was merely a harbinger. PHOTOS: Marty Duren
Two of the smaller tent cities that dot the Port-au-Prince landscape.
Markets like this one are evidence that the problem in Haiti is not a lack of food, but a lack of purchasing power and effective distribution.
One of the precious few dump trucks actually engaged in hauling rubble. Lack of loading equipment leaves many dump trucks idle in Port-au-Prince.
Hogs eat amongst the trash piles around Port-au-Prince. Some displaced victims get less food each day.
A young Haitian mother or sister with an infant wait for care at the Helping Hands Clinic.
A reason for the damage? The rock and cement walls of this home are supported by tree limbs and wire.
The rubble of the Ministry of Justice building in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Articles and other photos from my Haiti trip:
The remains of the Haitian Capitol Building in Port-au-Prince following the January 2010 earthquake.
My relief trip to Haiti, Part 1
Medical missions in Haiti, Part 2
The Haitian government is right to hold 10 Americans for kidnapping
A few of the books available on Haiti: