“The spirit of the Haitian people has been remarkable. The word resilience does not do it justice. Our national staff has come back to work, often under incredibly difficult circumstances, to help the children of Haiti when they need it the most. On the streets—where tens of thousands still sleep each night—and in hundreds of makeshift camps that have sprung up in clearings amongst the rubble—there is still a sense of community where neighbours and strangers alike are working together to help each other survive.”
- Lee Nelson, Country Director, Save the Children in Haiti
An amazing 360 panoramic view to give a sense of what it is like for children and their families living in impromptu camps:
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