NPR Photographers Cover Haiti
The headquarters of Haiti's ruling party was set on fire as supporters of eliminated candidates poured into the streets to protest presidential election results. Photos from Haiti show how riots have broken out over the news that government protege Jude Celestin and former first lady Mirlande Manigat would advance to a second-round runoff.
February 12, 2010 NPR's David Gilkey sends photos from Haiti one month after the earthquake. Although the city has calmed, not much has improved.
January 29, 2010 Victims of Haiti's earthquake still need urgent medical care. But once broken bones are set and amputations completed, patients will need longer-term help. Haiti's next challenge: How to house and care for those recovering from life-changing injuries.
January 24, 2010 Hundreds gathered for a funeral service held early Saturday morning for Archbishop Joseph Serge Miot and Vicar General Charles Benoit outside Port-au-Prince's main cathedral.
January 23, 2010 Haitians dig through what remains of downtown Port-au-Prince, and wait in displacement camps for aid.
January 22, 2010 The Haitian government plans to move 400,000 earthquake victims from the shattered capital to camps in outlying areas in the coming weeks. In the meantime, earthquake relief continues to trickle in slowly.
January 22, 2010 Obstetrician Anne Kathryn Goodman oversees births at the Health and Human Services field hospital in Port-au-Prince. As of Friday morning, Jan. 22, she has delivered six babies.
January 21, 2010 On Thursday in Haiti, there were small signs of normalcy amid the destruction.
January 20, 2010 The situation unravels in the commercial district of Port-au-Prince.
January 20, 2010 On the second day at a field hospital in downtown, patients line up awaiting treatment. NPR photographer John Poole documents the crowded clinic.