UNICEF photojournalist Marta Ramoneda documents recovery efforts in Haiti

It has been six months since a devastating earthquake killed over 220,000 people and disrupted the lives of millions more in Haiti. UNICEF freelance photographer Marta Ramoneda recently returned from a two-week trip to the Caribbean nation, where she documented the recovery efforts now under way there.

The situation is still very difficult for many of the earthquake survivors Ms. Ramoneda met. About 1.6 million people are still living in makeshift settlements, and hundreds of thousands have migrated away from the quake-affected areas.

Among the images that affected Ms. Ramoneda the most, she recalled, were the living conditions faced by displaced people during the rainy season.

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