The BBC's Matthew Price revisits Haiti to find out how people are managing one year on from the devastating earthquake.
Haiti marks the anniversary of the powerful earthquake that killed 250,000 people and devastated much of the country.
Audio & video features
Young Haitians document their lives
- Plight of Haiti's elderly after quake01:25
- 'Rape widespread' in Haiti camps02:27
- Haitians protest against president01:40
- Haiti's second city hit by cholera02:03
- Cholera cases rise in Haiti00:44
- Amateur footage of Haiti protest00:43
- Haiti's earthquake rubble remains01:42
- Haitian quake survivors six months on02:51
Features and Analysis
Why has so little of Haiti's rubble been cleared?
Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans in Haiti a year after the earthquake
Despair in Haiti after year of earthquake, cholera and riots
Troubled times for Haiti's orphaned and abandoned children
A Haitian journalist on his country's year of woes
An expedition to Haiti's deforested hills finds small ray of hope
The Haitian children seeking a new life as US citizens