I've recently returned from Haiti for our upcoming Panorama examining the plight of the country's orphans.
In a nation where half the 9 million population are children under 18, it was the daily images and stories of distressed children in the days after the earthquake that were the most striking.
Despite the triumphant pictures of children being rescued from collapsed buildings and reunited with relatives, the reality for many is very different.
For our programme, we attempted to update the situation of the nation's orphaned children. This video diary gives some of my first impressions at the end of a day spent with some of Port au Prince's street kids.
For those lucky enough to be taken in by one of Haiti's overflowing orphanages, there is the hope of a better future. I visited one where the pastor is doing his best to care for the children and give them the love and attention that they deserve.
Our programme, the Orphans of Haiti, is on BBC One, Monday 12 July at 8.30pm and for users in the UK it is then available on the BBC iPlayer.
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