It's been a year since the earthquake in Haiti - but you'd never know it from the look of things on the ground.
According to Oxfam, only five percent of the rubble has been cleared.
More than 800,000 Haitians still live in tent cities that are not only cramped and unsanitary but also dangerous... especially for women and girls.
Amnesty International recently reported that more than 250 rapes occurred in the camps in the first five months after the earthquake.
One fourteen-year-old was attacked in a toilet stall. A mother was blindfolded and raped in front of her children. Both too scared to report the crimes.
When I first visited Haiti last year, I was heartbroken. Now I feel angry that so little has been done.
Oxfam blames government indecision and poor coordination among foreign donors. I just hope Haiti's new leadership once chosen, can cut through the chaos to create real security... and real homes.
That's a page from my notebook.
I'm Katie Couric, CBS News.