Haiti earthquake

Page last updated at 18:03 GMT, Sunday, 13 March 2011
Telia Jacques, 6, with her mother Bruna, Anse-a-Veau, Haiti.
Six months on, survivors know they need to keep fighting if life is going to get any better, the BBC's Matthew Price finds.


FEATURES
Six people in Haiti
Six people in Port-au-Prince describe the impact of the quake and how communities are trying to rebuild their lives
Haiti still looks like the disaster struck yesterday
The daily struggle to live in post-quake Haiti
A new Haiti is slowly rising from the rubble

CLOSE-UP: STREET SCENE IN PORT-AU-PRINCE
Haiti food image

FEATURES
Haiti's high death toll explained in graphics
Leogane still feels abandoned by aid agencies
The worst affected areas, camps and aid points


LATEST NEWS
KEY FACTS
7.0 magnitude earthquake struck at 1653 local time (2153 GMT) on 12 January
Officials say up to 230,000 died and more than 1 million homeless
How to help: Appeals launched by UK Disaster Emergency Committee and international charities
IN PICTURES
HOW THE STORY EMERGED

There are corpses all over Port-au-Prince, refugee camps with no resources.

Yael Talleyrand, Jacmel, Haiti



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