Grave diggers strenuously work to excavate several mass graves in a rural area outside Haiti capital Port-au-Prince
A boy in Cité Soleil carries away a hard-won bucket of water from a broken water pipe where many Haitians struggled for their share.
A mother shelters her children from the sun inside a makeshift tent city in Cité Soleil, Haiti, after a violent earthquake left most structures in ruins.
Grave diggers in Ti Tanyen, a rural area outside Port-au-Prince, take a break by the sea after three days' work.
Haitians rest from their recovery efforts, spent searching through heavy rubble, in downtown Port-au-Prince.
A man gets his hair cut in a makeshift barbershop inside the Petionville Club
A group of workers sorting the rubble at the Truitier debris management site set up after the 2010 Earthquake.
Trucks carrying the rubble from Port au Prince into Truitier debris management site pass a checkpoint which controls for content and weight.
Nounouche works at the Truitier debris management site where she sorts the rubble left after thousands of homes and buildings destroyed in the January 12, 2010 earthquake.
Trucks unloading tons of rubble at the Truitier debris management site following the 2010 earthquake.
Men are sorting rubble left by the 2010 earthquake at the Truitier debris management site.
Chosen area for relocation of Earthquake victims from Port au Prince.