A look at six months after the January 2010 earthquake finds Haitians struggling to survive, while the Red Cross remains one of few organizations still providing relief. Crime and violence run rampant in the camps, and land-rights questions and political instability interfere with reconstruction.
Two weeks after the 2010 earthquake, Red Cross food-distribution operations turn more difficult due to fear, but Emergency Response Units are busy supplying clean drinking water, medical care and emergency services. However, Haiti's rainy season is approaching, furthering concerns on the island.
A look at the first 36 hours after the January 2010 earthquake finds a team from the International Federation of Red Crosses (IFRC) heading overland into Haiti, where for the next three weeks the island will be the site of the largest response operation in the organization's history.