A woman walks along the Champ de Mars public square in Port-au-Prince where a new Ministry of Interior (left) building and Supreme Court (right) are under construction five years after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake wiped out all of the government's ministries. The Supreme Court is almost finished, but the Interior ministry is stalled as are other government buildings. Haiti lost 40 government buildings and ministries in the disaster.
A woman walks along the Champ de Mars public square in Port-au-Prince where a new Ministry of Interior (left) building and Supreme Court (right) are under construction five years after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake wiped out all of the government's ministries. The Supreme Court is almost finished, but the Interior ministry is stalled as are other government buildings. Haiti lost 40 government buildings and ministries in the disaster. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A woman walks along the Champ de Mars public square in Port-au-Prince where a new Ministry of Interior (left) building and Supreme Court (right) are under construction five years after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake wiped out all of the government's ministries. The Supreme Court is almost finished, but the Interior ministry is stalled as are other government buildings. Haiti lost 40 government buildings and ministries in the disaster. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Rebuilding Haiti: Still a work in progress

January 11, 2015 07:46 PM

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