I went to Haiti on the 15th of February, 2010 to see my family and to investigate the situation there.

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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Pictures taken just after 12 January, 2010

230,000 people died as a result of the 


Many more died and are still 

dying as a result of the cholera epidemic.

"They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old.

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them."

Laurence Binyon

Jean Bertiny, survivor

This young girl was hit by a wall on her way from school, she is brain damaged

Scavenging in the ruins of a grocery store

Tent city on PLace Boyer

Necessity is the mother of inventions!

Young lad who lives in a tent city

Toilets for at least a thousand people

Patients housed in tents at Hospital Espoir

Tent city by the airport

Down Town: Grand Rue

Some students stayed after school for extra tuition, their world ended while learning

Young people preparing sketches, to educate their peers in the tent city on proper hygiene

Some of the more luxurious tents...

First lady visiting children's' project

Read Marie-Lynn Jean's story on the 28/02/2010 post

Such a beautiful country! 

Local businesspeople took it upon themselves to bring in ship loads of help!

Faith might have been shaken but not lost!

We'll take it but we have no idea what it does... 


  1. I am highly disappointed in the American media's lack of coverage of the situation in Haiti. There's so much that America ought to be doing to help. I pray that churches will get involved more.

  2. Hey, Ted. My heart has been going out the Haitian people and my family has been praying for them. I hope that you remember me, David Ringley from ORU school of Telecommunications. How can I get in touch with you?