World Relief’s offices in Port-au-Prince. The old offices were destroyed in the earthquake.
Pushing a broken down taxi out of the way on a main road. 95% of the roads we drove on were dirt or rubble. I saw more broken axels and drivetrains than you could imagine.
If you think the palace is bad, you should see the rest of the state buildings down the street.
This tent city was erected almost entirely using World Relief tarps. World Relief also provided a freestanding water source and wheelbarrows. Still, I’ve never seen as much hopelessness in my life. Without jobs and opportunity, little dignity remains.