Haitian people bringing goods to sell in market
A butcher in the market of Carrefour-Feuilles, Port au Prince, displays food vouchers that he has taken as payment for meat as part of an Action Against Hunger project
A man gets his hair cut in a makeshift barbershop inside the Petionville Club
A Sri Lankan UN peacekeeper patrols the Central Market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a sensitive area where security measures have been increased.
A teenage boy sells bananas in in newly-revived Port-au-Prince Market, following the 2010 earthquake.
Sale of straw hats and other clothing items at the roadside in a dajabon market.
Outdoor market on the border between Haiti and the DR
People line up to pick up money from a mobile unit run by Fonkoze somewhere in Haiti.
Street market in Port au Prince in 2010 one month before the earthquake.
Sale of imported products from Dominican Republic in the Djajabon Market, Haiti.
Baraderes street market where locals get buy and sell food and other consumables.
Market for tourists in Labadee, Haiti in 2007.