A powerful earthquake rocked Haiti on January 12, damaging not only buildings and roads but the foundation of the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation, which has struggled under decades of coups, corruption and natural disasters. Photographers have turned their lenses to the devastation.
Tents and other temporary shelters cover a stadium surface in Loagan, Haiti, on Sunday, January 17.
Young earthquake victims sleep without shelter Monday morning, January 18, in Port-au-Prince.
Rubble and debris from destroyed buildings cover a hillside Monday in Port-au-Prince.
A policeman tries Monday to keep residents from a section of downtown Port-au-Prince where a supermarket collapsed.
Residents searching for food climb over the remains of a supermarket Monday in Port-au-Prince.
Garbage piles up Monday outside a makeshift camp for displaced residents in Port-au-Prince.
Men prepare ground for makeshift shelters Monday in Port-au-Prince.
Trash litters the lawn of the damaged National Palace in Port-au-Prince six days after the earthquake.