Out streched hands in close quarters reach for food and water in Port-au-Prince, Haiti following the January 2010 earthquake that rocked the island nation and claimed over 150,000 lives. Sunday, Jan., 24, 2010.
Port au Prince, Haiti is seen from a US Air Force C-17 operated by the 452nd Air Mobility Wing from March Air Reserve Base in Riverside, California on Friday, Jan., 22, 2010. This aircraft which also picked up US Air Force reservists from McCord Air Base in Washington State, picked up 15 reservists from Hill Air Force Base in Layton, Utah. The reservists were sent to the airport in Port au Prince for the continuing mission of restoring airfield operations and paving the way for U.S. Government humanitarian operations in Haiti.
Airport workers show their frustration in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
C.J. Wade of St.George, Utah tries to make a phone call at the chaotic airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Early morning in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Niki Filostin (green) holds the head of a severely burned child at the Heartline Ministries Clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Monday, Jan., 25, 2010. Heartline Ministries is a Christian organization with orphanages and women's centers in Haiti. One of the women's centers were converted to be a makeshift clinic for rural area earthquake victims still waiting to receive medical care. Heartline Ministries operates a large truck that locates and picks up the victims and transports them to the care facility.
View of the Presidential Palace, the destruction in Port-au-Prince, Haiti forecasts a lengthy rebuilding phase for the city.
A young girl wakes up after sleeping in the streets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday, Jan., 23, 2010.
The destruction in Port-au-Prince, Haiti forecasts a lengthy rebuilding phase for the city. Monday, Jan., 25, 2010.
A young girl primps a wig while playing in her destroyed neighborhood in Carrefour, Haiti
Junior Jean-Louis watches the unceasing devastation as he rides through the streets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday, Jan., 23, 2010.
Sharla Johnson of St.George, Utah holds a baby girl while transporting her to a field clinic just across the Haitian border in the Dominican Republic from Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Sunday, Jan., 24, 2010. Johnson is flown by her husband Jeremy Johnson who along with his helicopters has organized a group of humanitarians primarily from Utah to aid relief efforst in Haiti.