Haiti

After the earthquake

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  • Suzanna Dorcin 5, eats an MRE in front of one of the new tents at "Corail," a newly formed camp from the overflow crowded Petionville Club camp in Port-au-Prince. WALTER MICHOT / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A woman rest on the front porch of a demolished home in Petit Goave caused by the earthquake. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Christiane Carystil, 87, asks for help outside the Municipal Nursing Home in Port-A-Prince near Delmas 2 on February 27, 2010. The nursing home was destroyed during the earthquake and now the general public has encroached on the nursing home site. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A Haitian woman sets out her clothes to dry along a wrought iron gate at the National Cathedral in Port-Au-Prince. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Gardy Joachin, 27, brushes his teeth as he prepares for work on March 1, 2010. He is a bank clerk at Unibank in Petion-Ville. Joachin was in his fourth and final year at the University of Port-Au Prince majoring in business management. The school has since been destroyed, along with his house. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Children watch Jerry La Grenade, 12, center, play video games at a tent city for earthquake survivors at St. Pierre Park in Petion-Ville on March 3. 2010. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A group of young girls have fun skipping rope at a tent city set up by the Venezuelan government in Leogane nearly 2 months after a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Over 100,000 residents of Port-au-Prince pour in the streets and alleys of Champs-De-Mars to pray and mourn in the multi-faith religious service during the first day of the three days of National Mourning which ends on Monday, February 15, 2010. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • January 26th, 2010: A woman and her child sit under make-shift tent in a tent city called, Mais Gate near Port-au-Prince airport. CHARLES TRAINOR JR / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • January 20, 2010: A girl writes in her tent at the Place St. Pierre park camp where homeless Haitians of the earthquake setup a tent village in Port-au-Prince. CHARLES TRAINOR JR / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Marie Marthe Almonor does some cleaning outside as her grandson, 2, Tamar Almonor waits inside an isolation tent at the University of Miami Project Medishare field hospital in Port-au-Prince nearly a month after a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti on January 12, 2010. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Children that were left abandoned at the public hospital because of their disabilities finally have a new home after Partners in Health came to their rescue and moved them to a home in Santo just east of Port-au-Prince. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Youngsters attend classes in tents set up in the street at the Croix Glorieuse school in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. A plastic bottle is used by these boys during recess in the street to play soccer. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Youngsters attend classes in tents set up in the street at the Croix Glorieuse school in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. A young girl gets a look at the chalkboard in Professor Lisenette Pierre's first grade class. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Youngsters attend classes in tents set up in the street at the Croix Glorieuse school in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. Here a girl peeks out from her tent classroom. PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Haiti's only golf course is home to tens of thousands survivors at the Petion-Ville Club golf course on March 3, 2010. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • The Good Shepard orphanage in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince is home to 72 young boys. Father Luc Joliecoeur would like to have at least 10 more children at the orphanage, but is waiting for paperwork to go through with the Haitian government. The boy's are having breakfast after mass. Peter Andrew Bosch / Miami Herald Staff

  • GOC University has set up a site for the university to offer classes for seniors to help them complete their degree. They bus the student to the site and hold classes under several tents. After the January 12th earthquake that struck Port-au-Prince, the university system has collapsed and the students are unsure who or what will salvage the higher education system in Haiti. CHARLES TRAINOR JR / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • As relief efforts continued around Port-au-Prince, thousands of cases of water, Gatorade and MREs were loaded onto helicopters and distributed at several points around the capital, and many of the tent city's Peter Andrew Bosch / Miami Herald Staff

  • April 23, 2010: The United Nations Peacekeeping Minustah-Brazilian Battalion on patrol in the Cite Soleil. Here Major Akira Torigoe holds hands with a Haitian boy who came up to him. Cite Soleil is know for its extreme poverty. WALTER MICHOT / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A group people uses the water spilling from a broken water pipe to take a shower and do their laundry in the middle of the street in downtown Port-au-Prince, in the aftermath of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake devastated the nation January 12, 2010. Pedro Portal / El Nuevo Herald

  • Paul Michelet, 29, gets a hair cut by barber Charilirn Charles, 25. The makeshift barber shop is at Haiti's only golf course home to tens of thousands of earthquake survivors, the Petion-Ville Club golf course on March 3, 2010. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Rene Michel Longchamp leads children in a fun exercise program at a housing camp located at the soccer stadium in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Rene, a school teacher, continued even though the earthquake devastated the island. WALTER MICHOT / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A girl passes by mud pies drying in the area of outside Port-au-Prince called Cite Soleil, know for its extreme poverty. WALTER MICHOT

  • The Presidential Palace lays in ruin as a tent city of earthquake survivors surround the palace. AL DIAZ / THE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Silamene Deus gives her 3-month-old daughter, Louis Vika, a morning bath at Camp "3 Mains" in Port-au-Prince. Hector Gabino / El Nuevo Herald

  • Two men push a car full of wood and other material they recovered from the rubble in downtown Port-au-Prince, in the aftermath of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that devastated Haiti. Pedro Portal / El Nuevo Herald

  • A teenage girl lays down on a bed outside her home in a tent with her family in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. CHARLES TRAINOR JR

  • Kids playing at one of the camps that used to be a Golf Course for people that lost their homes in the earthquake at Port-au-Prince. Hector Gabino / El Nuevo Herald

  • January 26th, 2010: A child from the tent cit watches as Idner Lund builds a house from scraps of wood and metals he found in the destroyed neighborhoods surrounding the tent city called, Mais Gate near Port-au-Prince airport. CHARLES TRAINOR JR