Snapshots from Haiti
Gleaner photographer Ian Allen visited Haiti last week to cover the aftermath of the earthquake which killed more than 150,000 persons and displaced a million. Here are some of the scenes he captured.
The wave of destruction has forced Haitians into the most ignominious of situations, forcing some, like this woman, to bathe semi-nude in open spaces.
This ambulance stands as a poignant metaphor of Haiti's emergency and health services - wrecked and abandoned.
Displaced women and children trek towards a hillside community which stands against the backdrop of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Men watch as a Canadian helicopter airlifts relief supplies into Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital.
These Haitians take the phrase 'move house' literally.
One of many so-called tent cities that now dot the landscape of Port-au-Prince and surrounding townships.