Haiti Earthquake - elca
Nine-year old Jouly Seide ran out of her family's house during Hait's devastating January 12 earthquake, then remembered her one-year old sister still inside. She ran back in, only to have the house collapse on her. She and her sister were rescued later the same day, but she received head wounds that are being treated here on January 24 in a camp for homeless families in the Belair section of Port-au-Prince. The ACT Alliance is providing tents, water, and other support for families living here.
Photo by Paul Jeffrey/ACT Alliance

Nine-year old Jouly Seide ran out of her family's house during Hait's devastating January 12 earthquake, then remembered her one-year old sister still inside. She ran back in, only to have the house collapse on her. She and her sister were rescued later the same day, but she received head wounds that are being treated here on January 24 in a camp for homeless families in the Belair section of Port-au-Prince. The ACT Alliance is providing tents, water, and other support for families living here.
Photo by Paul Jeffrey/ACT Alliance

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