Haiti: A Homegrown Recovery
"He promised me he'd marry me and would take care of me," Haiti woman says of U.N. peacekeeping force member
Five years after a devastating earthquake, operation fills country with pride and hope
Following the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the American Red Cross raised close to 500 million dollars and promised to help rebuild the country's communities
An initiative to fight malnutrition is also helping build an agriculture industry that did not previously exist on the Caribbean island nation
Two years after the devastating earthquake that killed over 300,000 people, many of Haiti's residents are still homeless
Two years after an earthquake devastated Haiti, citizens there are laying the foundation of one of the largest, most sophisticated projects in the country - a state-of-the-art teaching hospital. Dr. Jon LaPook speaks with Dr. Paul Farmer about the change it will bring.
President Martelly urged Haitians to recall tens of thousands who lost their lives in disaster; "Hand in hand, we're remembering, we're remembering Jan. 12"
As many as 4,000 Haitians became amputees as a result of a devastating earthquake three years ago
Actor's humanitarian work honored by Haiti's president in a special ceremony
Devastating 2010 earthquake was likely first of many more similarly powerful ones, new study says
Haitians are marking the second anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake with church services throughout the country
A look at the lives of Haitian orphans two years after quake, and one family's ongoing effort to adopt a child there
The U.S. government reports the death toll from last year's devastating earthquake in Haiti is far less than what the Haitian government claims. Jeff Glor reports.
After the earthquake in Haiti, Americans adopted more than a thousand young victims. Cynthia Bowers profiles a family in Washington State who took in three more children.
Haiti's former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, who returned to Haiti after 25 years in exile, was charged with corruption, theft and misappropriation of funds. Kelly Cobiella reports.
Former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier arrived back in Haiti after nearly 25 years in exile. Kelly Cobiella reports on Duvalier's return and the public reaction in Haiti.
In the year since a devastating earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, reconstruction has been a slow and frustrating process. Bill Whitaker reports on the strength of Haiti's survivors.
A year ago, amputees in Haiti were viewed as outcasts, most stayed hidden away. The earthquake forced Haitians to change their views. Bill Whitaker reports.
"Early Show" Co-Anchor Jeff Glor Shares His Photos from Haiti. He Found Not Much Has Changed Since the Earthquake.
On the ground in Port-au-Prince, CBS News' Randall Pinkston gives Bill Plante a live look from the ground as relief is slow even one year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
CBS News' Christina Ruffini reports one-year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti and progress remains slow after over one million people were displaced by the disaster.
Jeff Glor returns to Haiti one year after the deadly earthquake to find the recovery moving very slowly.
CBS News Heads Back to Haiti One Year After a Devastating Earthquate Hit the Caribbean Nation
One year after Haiti's devastating earthquake, many Haitians are still living in tent cities in the hills above Port-au-Prince. Bill Whitaker reports on the latest in the rebuild effort.
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