Eva Laurent lives at the government resettlement camp in Corail-Cesselesse, outside Port-au-Prince. She's one of the many entrepreneurs developing a business in the tent city, selling eggs, fresh vegetables, rum, candy and cigarettes among other things.
MFD camp in Haiti's capital is a hive of activity as residents work on drainage channels in preparation for the hurricane season. Teams break up the soil with picks, sweep trash and dig drainage channels in the cash-for-work program.
A guard stands outside a prototype "transitional" housing model at the resettlement camp in Corail-Cesselesse. World Vision along with several other aid agencies has developed these small dwellings, intended to house families of up to five people.
Marie Jules St. Julius lives in a tent in the Petionville Club camp, but she sent her two teenage children to live in the countryside with relatives. She divides her time, spending two weeks at the camp — where she sells bags of chips, gum, cookies and cigarettes — and two weeks with her children.