Employees assemble tablets at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Unplanned urbanisation directly increases people’s vulnerability to disasters. The economic, social and environmental consequences can be enormous. From the north of Port-au-Prince, Haïti.
In Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince, 40 national and international staff dressed in orange, from MINUSTAH, the UN Mission for the Stabilization of Haiti, and United Nations Development Programme - UNDP, created…
A Haitian man drives a "tap tap" (an independently operated taxi).
In the middle of the police graduation ceremony.
UNDP Haiti project beneficiary shows how to prepare disaster-resilient construction material.
Project beneficiary cleares rubble manually in Nerette, Port-au-Prince, where heavy machinery cannot be used
Haitians rest from their recovery efforts, spent searching through heavy rubble, in downtown Port-au-Prince.
A view of the haiti's capital: Port-au-Prince after the earthquake
Group of amateur musician playing at a benefit concert for Haiti Scholarship Association "lifting children out of poverty with education"
Haitian "taptap" labeled "L'amour du travail" , a public transportation in 1975
Charcoal seller organizing her area early in the morning, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.