Since the devastating earthquake in Haiti 12 days ago, more than 150,000 bodies have been recovered in the capital Port-Au-Prince alone.
The United Nations say it could take years to recover all the bodies, as many are still buried under rubble.
As for the hundreds of thousands of survivors, relief workers say they have been trying to speed up the supply of aid after criticisms that food, water and medicine are still not getting through to all who need it.
Aid officials stress that the scale of the destruction is unparalleled and say they are not going to meet the needs of Haitian people as quickly as they would like.
The BBC's Adam Mynott reports from Leogane, which was at the epicentre of the earthquake.
First broadcast 25 January 2010