Next January marks the second anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince, Haiti, leaving more than 180,000 homes destroyed and 1.5 million people homeless. While the regions directly impacted by the earthquake have been supported through the UN and various global relief efforts, how are other regions of Haiti faring under the pressure of increasingly scarce resources?
Self-taught, award winning freelance photographer Eric Kruszewski traveled to Haiti to document the progress and development in one small mountain village. Eric told PAN: “The photo essay I have created is entitled Hope for Haiti – Progress in Broken Shoes; it contains imagery that recently earned an international photojournalism award. This story is an excerpt from my humbling, emotional, 18-day journey along the Haitian mountainside.
Follow the photo progress and read the story here: www.erickruszewski.com