Haiti: Six Months After the Earthquake

This guest post was written by Natalia Cieslik and originally appeared on the World Development Report 2011 blog on July 19, 2010.

We often forget that before we thought of Haiti as a place recovering from a devastating earthquake, it was a country struggling with conflict, limited services, and extreme poverty.

Haiti was on a slow road to recovery when the quake hit and more then 250,000 people died. For many Haitians their nation's double tragedy is far from over. Although there are signs of hope and improvement.

Haiti: Education for All from WDR Video on Vimeo.

NATALIA CIESLIK is the Chief of Broadcast at the World Bank Group.