Two thousand families live across the street from the presidential palace without water, electricity or basic supplies. Everywhere, on every public square and vacant lot, there are encampments, meant to be temporary, and yet still standing months later.
And then there is cholera.
In Leogane, a small city hit hard by the quake, a crowd swiftly assembled and started throwing rocks at the team collecting bodies of cholera victims. For an hour the crowd threatened to set the car on fire. It was the third time in a week that the team had been attacked.