Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 14, 2010: A woman raises her fists and screams as she askd why, her family member was buried alive in rubble amidst the wounded and dead on the downtown city streets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Thursday Jan 14th. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. Massive devastation, a raising death toll and countless wounded now plague the city.  (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 14, 2010: A woman raises her fists and screams as she askd why, her family member was buried alive in rubble amidst the wounded and dead on the downtown city streets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Thursday Jan 14th. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. Massive devastation, a raising death toll and countless wounded now plague the city. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 15, 2010: A young woman hugs her husband, moments after identifying a loved one whose body is laying on the street outside the morgue of the general hospital of port-au-prince. There were hundreds of bodies laying outside the already full morgue as people came to find loved ones on Friday Jan 15th. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/Redux)

 Young boys are threatened and taken away in the back of a police pick-up truck on a street downtown, where hundreds of looters clambered over collapsed buildings, and police opened fire, killing at least one, in Haiti on Sunday Jan 17th. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Young boys are threatened and taken away in the back of a police pick-up truck on a street downtown, where hundreds of looters clambered over collapsed buildings, and police opened fire, killing at least one, in Haiti on Sunday Jan 17th. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 19, 2010: A young man sits on his motorcyle while observing the people continuing to loot downtown, as well as engaging in minor violence, amongst the severe destruction, rubble and dead bodies. Shopkeepers beg to load remaining goods onto trucks downtown, Port-au-Prince on Tuesday Jan 19th. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/ Redux)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 19, 2010: A young man strums his guitar on the street with a smile, as Haitians walk through the streets of sever destruction, rubble and dead bodies. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/ Redux)

 Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 15, 2010: A nun makes her way through the rubble of the Priests house, where he is said to be still alive, trapped deap under. A rescue effort by some a Mexican rescue team is leading the efforts to get him out. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)(Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 15, 2010: A nun makes her way through the rubble of the Priests house, where he is said to be still alive, trapped deap under. A rescue effort by some a Mexican rescue team is leading the efforts to get him out. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)(Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

 Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 21, 2010:  Church members help to carry a painting of Mary Magdaline out of St. Gerad's destroyed church in the residential neighborhood of Carrefour Feville. Next to the church, a school was crushed by the earthquake and there are an estimated 300 dead children in the building, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 21, 2010: Church members help to carry a painting of Mary Magdaline out of St. Gerad's destroyed church in the residential neighborhood of Carrefour Feville. Next to the church, a school was crushed by the earthquake and there are an estimated 300 dead children in the building, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Julie Platner for the Wall Street Journal)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince Haiti - Jan. 17, 2010: A young man is held, threatened and accused by the police of stealing, in the back of a pick-up truck on a street downtown near the Port in Port-au-Prince Haiti on Sunday Jan 17th. The streets were full of Haitians who clambered over collapsed buildings scavenging for food, goods and clothes, provoking the Police to open fire killing at least one young man that day. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/Redux)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 20, 2010: French, Haitian, Turkish and American search and rescue teams save 25 years old Hotteline Lozama, after 8 days trapped underground in what used to be a supermarket. She came out smiling and singing. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/ Redux)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 20, 2010: French, Haitian, Turkish and American search and rescue teams save 25 years old Hotteline Lozama, after 8 days trapped underground in what used to be a supermarket. She came out smiling and singing. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/ Redux)

Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath
Haiti: Earthquake Aftermath

Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Jan. 21, 2010: A British search and rescue worker picks up the broken arm of a Jesus statue and lays it back next to the statue, at the crushed church school of St. Gerad located in the residential neighborhood of Carrefour Feville in Port-au-Prince. Next to the church, the school was crushed by the earthquake, which still holds an estimated 1,000 dead children. Port-au-Prince was struck by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday Jan, 12th. With the earthquake came massive devastation of unimaginable proportion leaving over 200,000 dead and the city vulnerable, without shelter and exposed to the elements. (Julie Platner/ Redux)