Ten days after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, supplies of clean drinking water are starting to reach more people in the capital, Port-au-Prince.
Some charities have installed pipe systems to allow families access to safe water.
Food aid - including rice, peas, oil and salt - is starting to find its way to more of the hungry. The UN estimates two million Haitians need food assistance.
US military personnel are among many international groups working to hand out much-needed aid. The UN has rejected criticism that distribution has been too slow.
Emergency medical treatment is provided at this makeshift outdoor surgical ward at Port-au-Prince General Hospital. Many untreated wounds are becoming infected, leading to amputations.
Elsewhere, Medecins San Frontieres members set up an inflatable hospital on a football field in Port-au-Prince.
With the focus shifting from rescue to humanitarian operations, aid agencies are now looking to provide adequate shelter for the hundreds of thousands left homeless.
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