Workers pass stones from hand to hand along a line and build rock walls and plant vegetation as a way to save arable land and prevent flooding in lower areas.
Dark clouds loom over a camp for people displaced by the January 2010 earthquake, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
After days of continuous rains, parts of Haiti's north, including Cap Haïtien, suffered serious flooding, leaving more than a dozen dead and thousands homeless.
It's a channel full of trashes from Cap-Haïtien. That could cause a lot of trouble when it's rainning.
Students carry seedlings along a forest road to the field where they will be planted
Spectators watch as a Haitian man soars in the long jump, one of the events of a “Sports Day for Peace” organized by the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)
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.
Haitians rest from their recovery efforts, spent searching through heavy rubble, in downtown Port-au-Prince.
Man fishing on his canoe in Leogane in 2012
In spite of the passage of the hurricane Sandy which flooded the market, the merchants still sell their products (vegetables) on bokits
Haiti has been experiencing a dramatic deterioration of its environment since the early 60's. In this context, UNDP supports the efforts of the Ministry of the Environment, whose roadmap plans…