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Globe photojournalist shares images from Petronville, Port-au-Prince and a golf course turned tent city

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Pictures of children can be seen in the ruins of College La Fraternite, a school that collapsedin Petronville, killing 14.

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At Port-au-Prince's only golf club, now a camp for displaced people who lost their homes after the earthquake, a man places a sheet over a stick while preparing a shelter for him, his wife and their three small children.

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A group of people line up with containers to get water.

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A boy balances a stick at a displaced persons' camp at Port- au-Prince's only golf course.

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People walk at sunrise in the displaced persons' camp at the only golf course in Port-au-Prince.

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A man walks carrying a container to collect water from a nearby delivery truck.

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A woman stands outside her tent in the camp for displaced people at Port-au-Prince's only golf club.

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A woman sits outside of her house in Petronville, a middle class neighborhood located in one of the hills that surround Port-au-Prince.

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A crew uses an excavator to recover files from the collapsed building of Unibank, one of the biggest banks of Haiti, 12 days after the earthquake that devastated the city.

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People push each other while waiting for food to be delivered by Brazilian UN troops in downtown Port-au-Prince.

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Exhaustion, hunger and fatigue are evident in the faces of people waiting for food to be delivered by Brazilian UN troops in downtown Port-au-prince.

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Exhaustion, hunger and fatigue are evident in the faces of people waiting for food to be delivered by Brazilian UN troops in downtown Port-au-Prince.

Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail

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A young boy and an adult walk carrying bags of rice away from a downtown feeding centre.

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A man walks up the hill carrying pieces of wood in Petronville, a middle-class neighbourhood that was seriously damaged in the earthquake.

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Serbio Francieon stands up in front of her destroyed home in Petronville, a damaged middle-class neighborhood.

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