Before the January 12 earthquake, there were more than 10,000 humanitarian and charity organizations registered in Haiti. The earthquake happened. Billions of dollars began rolling in. Two weeks later, people were starving in the center of Port-au-Prince. Four months later, food aid was suspended. Six months later, 90% of the rubble still hadn't been cleared and women and children were getting raped on a nightly basis across the street from the government palace. The international presence is stronger than ever in Haiti. But are the voices of Haitians being heard? Are their needs being met? Haiti appears to be caught between states: of destruction, of rebuilding, of progress, of upheaval, of normalcy. This series documents the growing sense of disenchantment among Haitians caught between disaster and the promise of healing.