Haiti: 1 Year Later

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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
An aerial view is seen on January 10, 2011 of Port-au-Prince one year after the quake of January 12, 2010 in Port-au-Prince.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A man walks by crosses set up as a memorial in memory of the tens of thousands killed and buried in the mass grave at Titanyen on January 11, 2011 on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The crosses were setup to represent the people buried at the site after the January 12, 2010 earthquake that killed an estimated 200,000.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
People displaced by the massive earthquake continue to live in tents in front the rubble of the Presidential Palace one year to the date of the massive earthquake that jolted the city on January 12, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitians remembered the date with prayer services and other events in memory of the estimated 220,000 people that were killed.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Souvenir vendor Samom Sowona rolls up a painting in preparation to take down her wares after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Iron Market on January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The market was built in the 1890's, destroyed by fire in 2010 and reconstructed this year. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people will be marked on January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
An aerial view of the Iron Market at the ribbon cutting ceremony on January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The market was built in the 1890's, destroyed by fire in 2010 and reconstructed this year. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people will be marked on January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Residents walk past an abandoned helicopter in the middle of La Piste camp January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The camp is located on a former military airport and houses approximately 50,000 Haitians displaced by the earthquake. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people will be marked on January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Residents stand near an abandoned airplane in the middle of La Piste camp January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The camp is located on a former military airport and houses approximately 50,000 Haitians displaced by the earthquake. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people will be marked on January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A young resident walks past an abandoned helicopter in the middle of La Piste camp January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The camp is located on a former military airport and houses approximately 50,000 Haitians displaced by the earthquake. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people will be marked on January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Evane Alebre (L) and Montessema Celestin, a husband and wife who lost their home in the earthquake, sit in their makeshift tent attached to an abandoned airplane at La Piste camp January 11, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A clock is seen at the Children's Foundation of Haiti orphanage, which is currently housed in makeshift tents in a tent city near the airport, January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The orphanage's building was damaged by the earthquake, forcing many of the orphans into tents. The orphanage has received no governmental assistance and little help from aid groups. According to the United Nations Children's Fund, Haiti was home to more than 350,000 orphans before the earthquake, with many more orphaned following the quake. UNICEF recently announced that around 380,000 Haitian children are still living in camps one year after the earthquake.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A man places a wreath on a cross before a service to commemorate those killed in the January 12, 2010 earthquake at Titanyen-where many victims were buried in mass graves--on January 11, 2011 on the outskirts of the city in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The crosses were setup to represent the people buried at the site after the 2010 earthquake that killed an estimated 200,000.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Orphans cook dinner at the Children's Foundation of Haiti orphanage, which is currently housed in makeshift tents in a tent city near the airport, January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The orphanage's building was damaged by the earthquake, forcing many of the orphans into tents. The orphanage has received no governmental assistance and little help from aid groups. According to the United Nations Children's Fund, Haiti was home to more than 350,000 orphans before the earthquake, with many more orphaned following the quake. UNICEF recently announced that around 380,000 Haitian children are still living in camps one year after the earthquake.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Duvenson Bayard (2nd R), 5, who lost his leg when the home he was living in collapsed during the massive earthquake, waits to be fitted for a prosthetic leg along with other victims of the earthquake at the University of Miami Global Institute Project Medishare on January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. All those waiting had lost limbs when walls fell on them during the massive earthquake that hit Haiti January 12, 2011, killing an estimated 200,000 people and injuring thousands.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Jasmine Bonhamme (R), 20, walks for the first time in her prosthetic leg as she is helped by Jason Miller, the rehabilitation director, from the University of Miami Global Institute Project Medishare on January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jasmine lost her leg during the massive earthquake when she was studying atop the roof of her home and it collapsed trapping her leg, which eventually had to be amputated. Jasmine didn't know about the program to help amputees get prosthetics and after learning about it she finally was able to get one almost one-year after the massive earthquake hit her country, killing an estimated 300,000 people and injuring thousands.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Students listen during a two hour prayer and scripture lesson at the makeshift Centre Classique de l'Humanite school January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The class dispensed with regular lessons today in order to pray ahead of the earthquake's anniversary. The original school was in a concrete building that collapsed during the earthquake, killing two students. Now the makeshift school is housed in the midst of a tent city. According to UNICEF, over half of the four million Haitian children still do not attend school. Approximately 5,000 schools were damaged by the earthquake and rebuilding has been crippled by rubble clearance and land issues. In addition to educational difficulties, Haiti's children also suffer from inequitable access to basic water, health care and sanitation. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people is January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Students walk out of their classroom at the end of the school day at the makeshift Centre Classique de l'Humanite school January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The class dispensed with regular lessons today in order to pray ahead of the earthquake's anniversary. The original school was in a concrete building that collapsed during the earthquake, killing two students. Now the makeshift school is housed in the midst of a tent city. According to UNICEF, over half of the four million Haitian children still do not attend school. Approximately 5,000 schools were damaged by the earthquake and rebuilding has been crippled by rubble clearance and land issues. In addition to educational difficulties, Haiti's children also suffer from inequitable access to basic water, health care and sanitation. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people is January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Students attend class in the makeshift classroom at the Centre Classique de l"Humanite school January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The class dispensed with regular lessons today in order to pray ahead of the earthquake's anniversary. The original school was in a concrete building that collapsed during the earthquake, killing two students. Now the makeshift school is housed in the midst of a tent city. According to UNICEF, over half of the four million Haitian children still do not attend school. Approximately 5,000 schools were damaged by the earthquake and rebuilding has been crippled by rubble clearance and land issues. In addition to educational difficulties, Haiti's children also suffer from inequitable access to basic water, health care and sanitation. The one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people is January 12, 2011.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A Haitian amputee soccer player from the University of Miami Global Institute Project Medishare Zaryen team (L) plays against the Haiti National Amputee Soccer Team (in white) on January 9, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Most of the players from the teams lost their limbs during the January 12th earthquake that killed an estimated 300,000 people. Almost one year to the day of the massive earthquake Haitians continue to live among the disaster.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Haitians walk past the destroyed Port-au-Prince Cathedral after attending services January 9, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Haitians gather for services outside the destroyed cathedral every Sunday. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Orphan Nixon Ducaste carries fellow orphan Saul Mezier in a tap-tap, a Haitian shared taxi, after they both were treated for cholera infection at a Doctors Without Borders facility January 9, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitian Health and Public Ministry reported on January 7th that the cholera death toll in Haiti has risen to 3,651, with more than 170,000 being infected. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Haitians wash clothes in a stream January 8, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Residents say the stream dried up immediately following the deadly January 12, 2010 magnitude 7.0 earthquake, but that water returned rapidly in a flash flood. Many homes in the area were destroyed and residents have set up makeshift tents to live in nearby. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
Haitian students enrolled in a neighborhood program that provides care for them during school holidays look on from behind a window January 8, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Many of the homes in the neighborhood were destroyed by the earthquake. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A Haitian boy stands in the middle of a garbage dump where Haitians collect discarded items to be recycled for cash January 8, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. January 12, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
A cross is erected at the mass grave site atop a memorial put up by parishioners from St. Louis King France Catholic church in memory of the tens of thousands of people killed in the massive earthquake and buried in the mass grave at Titanyen on January 8, 2011 on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. As the January 12th one year anniversary approach the country remembers those lost.
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Haiti: 1 Year After The Earthquake
People attend a memorial service in front of the rubble of the Presidential Palace for those killed and injured one year to the date by the massive earthquake that jolted the city on January 12, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitians remembered the date with prayer services and other events in memory of the estimated 220,000 people that were killed.
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