We recently found out that the government of Haiti identified a site for temporary location of homeless people living in flood-prone settlements in Port-au-Prince. They took two months to identify the site and we had one week to prepare it.
Outside a morgue in Haiti, piles of bodies were covered with flies. There was no water to make plaster casts for broken limbs; and water used to mop the floor was black. "It smelled bad; it smelt of death," my colleague said.