Palace in Ruins
The Presidential Palace stands in ruins behind a wall supporting former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, twice ousted in U.S.-backed coups d'état.
Captions and photos by Tony Savino
Power of Prayer
A woman prays before a crucifix in front of the National Cathedral.
A man walks in front of a sign advertising skin-lightening cream.
A boy at a tent behind Port-au-Prince's General Hospital after receiving help from international doctors.
Playing in Pétionville
Girls play at a camp for displaced persons in Pétionville.
A girl fetches water in Pétionville.
A house in the Bel Air section of Port-au-Prince.
Kids in Haiti
Boys play in front of a mural depicting progressive luminaries and the Last Supper in Port-au-Prince.
In the Shadow of the Palace
A camp for displaced persons in front of the Presidential Palace.
Children lined up for food at a church.
A young woman fixes her hair in a broken mirror at a camp in Port-au-Prince.
Innocence Not Lost
Children at a camp in Port-au-Prince.
Children jumping rope at a Port-au-Prince camp.
A woman holds photos of her daughter, whose body remains in the wrecked house behind her.
Teenage girls joke as they apply nail polish in a camp for displaced persons in Pétionville.
Waiting for Treatment
People wait outside a clinic staffed by the French Red Cross.
Girls brush their teeth at a water tank at a camp in Pétionville.
Girls hold hands at a camp in the Canapé-Vert neighborhood of Port-au-Prince.