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More than 230,000 were killed and 1 million left homeless when a 7.0 quake struck Haiti.
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A father carries his daughter in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, the day a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. The quake was followed by more than a dozen aftershocks. (Frederic Dupoux/Getty Images)
A man makes his way amid lifeless bodies outside the morgue in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 14. The quake killed at least 230,000 and left more than 1 million homeless. (Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images)
An injured child receives medical treatment on Jan. 13. International aid groups and governments rushed to help Haiti, coordinating a medical response and providing food, water and shelter. Meanwhile, individual donors were urged to send money, not stuff. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)
A young man waits in line for food distribution in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 21. Following the quake, a revived market helped relieve the food crisis. GlobalPost photographer Tim Freccia documented the scene in Port-au-Prince. (Tim Freccia/GlobalPost)
The government and aid agencies opened Camp Corail in April. Pushed by the international community and blessed by the government, it is the country's only official camp. But drawn by the services offered at the camp, tens of thousands of Haitians flocked to Corail, building derelict shacks on the mountainsides surrounding the camp. Since January, hundreds of thousands of Haitians have been living in makeshift camps, where conditions are often miserable. (Renaud Philippe/GlobalPost)