CNN's Gary Tuchman: "I've never gone to a city, and a capitol like Port au Prince, and seen no preparations whatsoever."
As if the conditions in Haiti aren't bad enough, women and girls are being raped and assaulted in high numbers.
Three days after a massive earthquake threw Haiti into chaos, Alvana was homeless, along with her two children.
Three Pakistani police officers were found guilty of sexual exploitation and abuse of a 14-year-old Haitian boy while they were serving in a U.N. police mission in Haiti, a U.N. spokesman told reporters Tuesday.
"I walked for three days through the jungle to get here."
Jon Bougher is a filmmaker who is teaching Haitians how to report their own stories.
Several police officers serving with the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti have been relieved of their duties after they were accused of sexually abusing minors, a spokesman said Monday.
Two years after the earthquake, Anderson Cooper speaks with President Michel Martelly about his plan for recovery.
A few days ago we observed the two-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, killing an estimated 220,000 people, injuring 300,000, and leaving more than 1 million homeless. Since that day, blame for Haiti's acute vulnerability and subsequent slow recovery has been traded among the government, international donors and humanitarian organizations.
The morning after the earthquake, Anderson Cooper was on the ground in Haiti reporting on the catastrophic impact.
Fabiola Leocal's story ought to be uncommon, but in post-earthquake Haiti, it's not.
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti two years ago, sending an already struggling nation into a tailspin.
Two years after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake leveled Haiti's capital, a deal brokered by former President Bill Clinton's charitable foundation will add new lodging for aid workers and other travelers to Port-au-Prince -- in the form of a $45 million hotel.
It still makes Fatoma Dia's eyes widen whenever the Hilton hotel cleaning worker sees a bar of barely used soap on a bathroom counter.
The United Nations Security Council has decided to reduce the number of soldiers and police serving as peacekeepers in Haiti.
Actor Rainn Wilson introduces Top 10 CNN Hero Patrice Millet, whose soccer program teaches some of Haiti's poorest kids.
With his ribs showing and his skin practically hanging off him, Pierre Wisny is painfully thin.
Gary Strieker reports on the fight against malnutrition in Haiti's youngest citizens
An 18-year-old Haitian man allegedly assaulted by troops serving as U.N. peacekeepers in the Caribbean nation is traumatized and receiving medical care, according to a spokesman for Haitian President Michel Martelly.
The Uruguayan Ministry of Defense confirmed Sunday it has opened an investigation into an alleged assault in Haiti involving at least five Uruguayan troops deployed in the Caribbean nation as United Nations peacekeepers.
World Bank TV's James Martone reports on cleanup efforts in Port-au-Prince and the threat of disease-spreading waste.
It's been more than a year since Haiti was rocked by an earthquake, leaving about 230,000 people dead, hundreds of thousands injured and more than a million homeless. The international community was quick to provide aid, especially in the first few months after the earthquake.
Heavy rain and potential flooding threatened hundreds of thousands of Haitians living in temporary quarters early Friday as the remnants of Tropical Storm Emily made a final stand across the central Caribbean.
What was once Tropical Storm Emily has diminished into a low pressure system, but heavy rain and potential flooding still threaten hundreds of thousands of Haitians living in temporary quarters.
Nearly 12,000 United Nations peacekeepers are on emergency standby in Haiti, as Tropical Storm Emily churns towards the Caribbean island, the United Nations said.
Two weeks after Haiti's devastating earthquake, Daniel Rouzier stood in front of heaps of bodies, dumped unceremoniously in the valleys of Titanyen. He clutched a mahogany rosary and covered his face with a sterile mask -- the stench of decomposing human flesh carried with the breeze.
Beat Rohr of CARE discusses how torrential rains are bringing new misery to the people of Haiti.
The death toll from flooding and landslides after torrential rains hit Haiti earlier this week climbed to 23 Wednesday, the country's civil protection department said.
At least 20 people have died due to torrential downpours in Haiti, authorities said Tuesday, and aid agencies are scrambling to respond to a resurgence of cholera triggered by the heavy rain.
Aid agencies are scrambling to respond to a resurgence of cholera cases in Haiti triggered by heavy rain.
Some of the world's most troubled nations, including Haiti, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe and Iraq, are to take part in the prestigious Venice Biennale art exhibition from June 4.
The cholera outbreak that killed more than 4,500 people in Haiti last year was linked to peacekeepers from Nepal, a new report says, a conclusion previously resisted by at least some United Nations officials.
CNN's Paula Newton reported the U.N. worried a cholera outbreak in Haiti could spread.
Music icon Wyclef Jean and Chelsea midfielder Florent Malouda on raising money to aid Haiti.
Haiti has an opportunity to address the worst crimes of its past in prosecuting former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, a leading human rights monitoring agency says.
We found him on a Sunday morning, as an outdoor service came to a close at what was once the Notre Dame cathedral. When the hymns faded, we picked through the carcass of the building, and there he was among the collapsed walls, his slender body framed by piles of rubble and blue sky attempting to peek through after a hard rain.
As Haiti still struggles to recover from a devastating earthquake that struck 15 months ago, former President Bill Clinton is once again headed there.
Fresh off their Grammy and Juno victories, Arcade Fire played a surprise show on Tuesday at the Hotel Oloffson in earthquake-battered Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
Fraud has forced Haiti's election council to delay results of a highly anticipated runoff intended to decide the next leader of the troubled Caribbean nation.
The hip-hop artist is "doing well" after he was shot in his hand the night before the nation's runoff election
Voting in the second round of Haiti's presidential runoff was mostly calm Sunday, although two shooting deaths were linked to election violence, according to the head of Haiti's national police.
Haitians are choosing between a former first lady and a popular musician in a pivotal presidential runoff vote.
Architects are in Haiti helping villages build eco-friendly homes that are entirely water and energy self-sufficient.
Built from the rubble of the 2010 earthquake, new homes are slowly taking shape in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Former Haitian first lady Mirlande Manigat will face popular musician Michel Martelly in the second round of presidential elections in Haiti, the electoral commission announced Thursday. The government-backed candidate, Jude Celestin, was eliminated from the race.
In December 2010, protesters in Haiti set fires in response to an announcement of a presidential runoff election.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton returned early Monday from a one-day visit to Haiti with major concerns about the Caribbean nation's presidential elections.
Haiti's political crisis will not be resolved until well into spring as the nation's election panel announced a timetable for a runoff and subsequent vote tally.
Haiti's former leader was charged with several crimes but it's not clear what those charges are. John Zarrella reports.
The sun had not risen yet on that February day in 1986 when Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier's eight-vehicle motorcade of luxury cars and jeeps arrived at the Port-au-Prince airport, then named for his father.
Though he faces charges of financial wrongdoing and possibly human rights abuses, former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier has no plans to leave his homeland, one of his lawyers said Wednesday.
Extraordinary drama unfolded Tuesday in Port-au-Prince as charges were filed against former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, government sources told CNN.
While envisioning Dinara Safina, Donald Young, Ernests Gulbis and Ana Ivanovic in the same corner of the Melbourne watering hole last night, complaining about their rough days at the office ...
CNN's Anna Coren talks with the head of the U.N. mission in Haiti about quake recovery efforts and the cholera outbreak.
Falone Maxi was buried for six days after the earthquake. She reunites with the woman trapped with her.
Even as much of Haiti struggles to recover from last year's devastating earthquake, scientists have found some survivors who are coming back from the edge.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta follows up on the Haiti orphanage which got a facelift thanks to donations by CNN viewers.
A New Zealand woman who lost her husband and two daughters to the devastating earthquake sets up a foundation.
I've worked in Port-au-Prince for nearly a year, but yesterday was the first time I've seen large-scale rubble removal in this collapsed city. As I stood next to the owner of a house that had been finally demolished and watched the remains being carted away by massive earth-moving machines, I felt thrilled -- but frustrated, too.
CNN's Soledad O'Brien reports on orphaned Haitian children after the earthquake in the documentary "Adopting Haiti."
They filled the grounds in front of the collapsed cathedral in Haiti's capital. To remember. To cope. To pray.
CNN's Gary Tuchman on a trek to investigate the possible cause of the cholera outbreak in Haiti.
CNN's Moni Basu and Jim Spellman revisit pivotal sites in Haiti one year after the devastating earthquake.
Haiti's economy is getting a boost thanks to a venture with one of Korea's largest companies that promises to bring 20,000 garment industry jobs to a new industrial park in the north of the country.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports on another grim day of work in the war to stem Haiti's deadly cholera epidemic.
In the 10 weeks since an epidemic erupted in Haiti, cholera has killed more than 3,000 people -- partly because the distribution of health supplies remains a logistical nightmare.
Cholera has already killed almost 3,000 Haitians. Now it is threatening to cause misery in another vital way.
The images coming out of Haiti since a devastating earthquake rocked the country almost a year ago show death, disease and political uncertainty. Yet these images don't portray the whole story.
As 2010 draws to a close, we take a look at back at the devastating earthquake that rocked parts of Haiti.
At least 45 people, most of them voodoo priests, have been lynched in Haiti since the beginning of the cholera epidemic by angry mobs blaming them for the spread of the disease, officials said.
An international scientific panel will investigate the cause of a cholera outbreak in Haiti, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said Friday.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton plans to visit Haiti on Wednesday to discuss the recent cholera outbreak and efforts to rebuild after a punishing earthquake, the Clinton Foundation said.
Michel Martelly is not used to being confined to his home.
Scientists say the cholera in Haiti is linked to a South Asian strain, which suggests it did not originate in Haiti.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin arrived in Haiti on Saturday as part of a humanitarian delegation led by evangelist Franklin Graham and his relief organization Samaritan's Purse.
A French doctor's report suggests that the strain of cholera ravaging Haiti may have originated with United Nations peacekeepers from Nepal, but U.N. officials and others cautioned that the report was inconclusive.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon made an urgent appeal Friday for more money to fight the cholera epidemic in Haiti that has claimed more than 1,800 lives.
Problems develop as Haitians head to the polls in the first general election since the massive earthquake.
Riot police fired tear gas and sent hundreds of demonstrators running a day after Haiti's national elections ended in turmoil amid allegations of widespread fraud.
Candidates wound up a flurry of election campaigning before a midnight deadline Friday night amid reports of a violent attack on one of the candidates' campaigns.
Fidel Castro announced Saturday that Cuba will send another 300 doctors and health specialists to cholera-stricken Haiti, where the Communist country has maintained a strong presence even before the devastating earthquake in January.
Within a year that saw a massive earthquake, a spreading cholera epidemic and recurring signs of government instability, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere is gearing up for its latest battle: presidential elections.
A 2009 CNN Hero provides clean water to Haiti residents after a massive earthquake.
The Pan American Health Organization announced Tuesday it is increasing its planning to treat 400,000 cholera cases within the next year, up from a previous estimate of 270,000 over several years, as a result of the outbreak in Haiti.
Pivotal elections will proceed as planned in Haiti despite the cholera outbreak that has now sickened more than 60,000 people and threatens to keep spreading.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from a Haitian town gripped by fear and disease.
The death toll has risen to at least 1,344 in the cholera outbreak in Haiti that has sickened nearly 57,000 people, the Haitian government said Monday.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports angry locals are attacking U.N. peacekeepers who they blame for Haiti's cholera epidemic.
While the United Nations warned that protests were hampering efforts to save lives in the Haiti cholera outbreak, a leading non-profit group lashed out at organizations for what it called an "inadequate" response.
Haiti reported more cholera deaths Wednesday as chaos reigned in this country's second-largest city, and cases among people who had traveled from Haiti were reported in Florida and the Dominican Republic.
A woman who recently returned to Florida from Haiti has been diagnosed with cholera, the Florida Department of Health announced Wednesday.
Protesters angry over the government's handling of a cholera outbreak clashed Monday with peacekeepers in two towns in northern Haiti, where the outbreak began last month.
The death toll from Haiti's month-old cholera outbreak continues to grow.
Medical workers expressed alarm Friday over the increase in hospitalizations and deaths in Haiti's cholera outbreak as the earthquake-devastated nation's already strained health system overflowed with the sick.
Hurricane Tomas may be behind them but Haitians are left with more misery. CNN's Paula newton Reports.
Three brothers recuperated Thursday afternoon in a once-open field now speckled by the bright blue tarps of a cholera rehydration clinic in the Haitian town of Bercy, where an outbreak has sickened hundreds of people.
Hundreds of open dumps in Haiti's capital worsen a cholera outbreak. CNN's Paula Newton reports.