Haiti: Beauty in the unfinished January 6, 2015
Images from MCC's Haiti earthquake response
Five years after the Haiti earthquake December 29, 2014
A group portrait of the actors
A push for safer housing December 16, 2014
Haiti earthquake: 5 years later November 17, 2014
The winding road from camps to villages September 17, 2014
A call for justice in Haiti January 31, 2014
Haitian workers build a new reservoir to hold water from one of the three mountain springs that provides water to the town of Desarmes. Water from the reservoir will flow into pipes that will deliver reliable, drinkable water to households and public kiosks in the area. (MCC Photo/Josh Steckley)
Clean water strengthens Haiti town January 10, 2014
auto mechanics class
New chances outside the city January 1, 2014
Housing, sustainable livelihoods key for MCC Haiti January 2, 2013
Life in Haiti after the devastating Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake has been particularly hard for many of the nearly 300,000 unpaid child workers in Haiti who cook, fetch water and do other household chores.
MCC Haiti disaster response focuses long-term December 16, 2011
Holding group photos of many people trained in trauma healing, Michel Garly, left, executive director of Wozo, and Harry Thelusma, Wozo program officer, are excited that these people will teach others leaders and offer emotional help to those who suffered trauma from the earthquake. Wozo is an MCC partner that teaches healing techniques for those suffering trauma from the earthquake and other events.
Haitians find trauma healing integral post-earthquake December 15, 2011
Former masonry student Ronald Sadou Zami, 25, smoothes a coat of mortar at a construction site where he works in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Zami has been working for a month after graduating from a masonry professional program at MCC partner Ecumenical Foundation for Peace and Justice. He also attended a hazard reduction engineering seminar sponsored by MCC as part of its ongoing earthquake relief.
MCC offers education, business opportunities in Haiti December 15, 2011
Elumene Charles stands in her newly repaired home made possible by MCC partner ACCESS with funding from MCC's earthquake response effort.  The $180,000 project allowed ACCESS to repair 45 homes and build five new latrines in the Boulard neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. At least five people live in each home.
Housing repairs build dignified lives in Haiti December 15, 2011

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