Orich Florestal (left), 24 and Rosemond Altidon, 22, stand on the edge of their partially destroyed apartment of Port-au-Prince January 9, 2011. An estimated 230,000 people were killed and much of the capital Port-au-Prince was destroyed on Jan 12, 2010.
A worker carries crosses to be placed in a the ground as they build a memorial in memory of the tens of thousands killed and buried in the mass grave at Titanyen on January 11, 2011 on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
An aerial view of a tent city in Port-au-Prince is seen on January 10, 2011 - One million people still homeless and living in tent camps such as this one in Port-au-Prince, the nation's capital, seen three weeks after the quake.
People walk on a street in downtown Port-au-Prince January 9, 2011. Over 3,000 are suffering from cholera, brought in by the UN support team!! An estimated 9 million cu metres of rubble still remains to be cleared from the streets. Stealing of food is rife, as is sexual violence against women and girls.
Earthquake survivor Darlene Etienne, centre, shows a photo of her rescue shot to neighbours on Sunday Jan. 9, 2011. The 17year-old was pulled from the rubble of her cousin's home by French rescue workers, more than two weeks after the Jan. 12 massive earthquake.
A worker of Handicap International assists an earthquake victim with a prosthetic leg at a centre for amputees in Port-au-Prince January 10, 2011. Thousands of people lost limbs in the January 12, 2010
Soccer players from Haiti's Zaryen team (in blue) and the national amputee team fight for the ball during a friendly match at the national stadium in Port-au-Prince January 10, 2011. Sprinting on their crutches at breakneck speed, the young soccer players who lost legs in Haiti's earthquake last year project a symbol of hope and resilience in a land where so much is broken.
After: People look at the newly reconstructed iron market completed in January 2011. The historic trading centre was originally constructed in the 1890's and has been rebuilt this year after a fire levelled it shortly after the January 12, 2010 earthquake.
A man listens to the radio inside his battery-charging business at Petionville Club golf course IDP camp in Port-au-Prince January 7, 2011. Reconstruction has barely begun in Haiti a year after its catastrophic earthquake
Before: The damaged Fort National neighborhood in Port-au-Prince viewed on February 24, 2010, with the national telephone company Teleco building in the background, just after the 2010 earthquake hit Haiti.
Dan Woolley, a U.S. citizen who survived the January 12, 2010 Haiti earthquake, prays at the site of the destroyed Hotel Montana where he was rescued, in Port-au-Prince January 9, 2011. He told U.S. media after his rescue that he had used a first-aid app on his iPhone to stop the bleeding from his injuries.