Haiti

After the earthquake

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  • Nov 29, 2010--Perment houses have also been built at Jeremy Wharf in Cite Soleil but were not sanctioned by the government. This structures were built with private funds ocollected and overseen by a catholic nun. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Dec 01, 2010--Builders pour cement slabs and erect wooden structures that are also said to be temporary at a tented neighborhood at the end of route nine in Port-au- Prince, Haiti. These will house families waiting for the more permanent housing being built as they move from the tents. C.W. GRIFFIN / C.W. GRIFFIN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Dec 01, 2010--Vianne Jean-Louis, 9 holds onto her blue sandals as she walks through her temporary tented neighborhood at the end of route nine in Port-au- Prince, Haiti. Her family is waiting for the more permanent housing being built in that area. C.W. GRIFFIN / C.W. GRIFFIN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Dec 01, 2010--Builders erect wooden structures that are also said to be temporary at a tented neighborhood at the end of route nine in Port-au- Prince, Haiti. These will house families waiting for the more permanent housing being built as they move from the tents. C.W. GRIFFIN / C.W. GRIFFIN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Nov 29, 2010--Vote tabulation continued today in Haiti in Port au Prince as they prepare to elect a president. Children found the mounds of ballots left at the closed polling stations, a fun place to play. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Voters wait in line in Cite Soleil for the polls to open with ID cards in hand. Voting started Sunday, Nov. 28, in Haiti with lower-than-expected voter turnout. Many of the stations had not set up yet, and workers were frantically trying to get ready. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A man denounces the voting process aftermath when his polling station in Port-au-Prince was closed. Voting started Sunday, Nov. 28, in Haiti with lower-than-expected voter turnout. Many of the stations had not set up yet and workers were frantically trying to get ready. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Lunise Renu,15, readies herself as her flag troop prepares to perform in front of Haitian president Rene Preval. They were a part of the flag day celebration in the town of Arcahaie. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Faideline Ciceron 8 canvases the side of the montian for fire wood for her mother to cook with. She lives on the outskirts of Gonaives where workers work terracing the area to protect the deforested mountains from heavy rains. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Dec 01, 2010--Builders pour cement slabs and erect wooden structures that are also said to be temporary at a tented neighborhood at the end of route nine in Port-au- Prince, Haiti. These will house families waiting for the more permanent housing being built as they move from the tents. C.W. GRIFFIN / C.W. GRIFFIN/MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • UN soldiers were brought in to help quiet the area near building 2004 in Port-au-Prince after it had been trashed. Voting started Sunday, Nov. 28, in Haiti with lower-than-expected voter turnout. Violence broke out when some were unable to vote, and some polling places were vandalized. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Voting started Sunday, Nov. 28, in Haiti with lower-than-expected voter turnout. Many of the stations had not set up yet, and workers were frantically trying to get ready. Violence broke when some were unable to vote, and several polling stations were trashed. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • 11/27/2010 - Carmy Fleuredar, 34, a pastor in the Fort Saint Michel area in Cap Haitien walks through and area in his neighborhood that is built totally of trash and as it is packed down people come and build their homes. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Workers tabulate the numbers for each candidate as reported by the various polling stations. Vote tabulation continued in Haiti the day after elections, Monday, Nov. 29. C.W. GRIFFIN / MIAMI HERALD STAFF