Healing Begins in Haiti
The day after the January 12, 2010, Haiti earthquake, a boy is bandaged at a makeshift medical clinic run by the United Nations. (Also see: "Haiti Earthquake Pictures: Devastation on the Day After.")
As of February 2, three weeks after the earthquake, most life-threatening injuries have been addressed, and search-and-rescue operations have ceased, UN emergency-relief coordinator John Holmes told the Reuters news agency. An estimated one million Haitians remain homeless, he added, and sheltering them should now be top priority.
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Haiti Earthquake Pictures: 3 Weeks of Survival, Strife
In the three weeks following the January 12 Haiti earthquake, aid workers have struggled to provide for the millions of survivors, who now face longer-term challenges finding basic resources and rebuilding communities.