January 12, 2012
Two years after the super quake decimated much of Haiti, countless families still live in makeshift shelters.
Four warped sticks hold up walls made of bed sheets, plastic tarps, threadbare carpets.
Bits of tin keep some of the rain from falling inside these shelters. The lucky households have doors: a second bed sheet or an old vinyl tablecloth. Children draw these doors shut at night. For privacy. For security.
Katia D. Ulysse