It's been three years since Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake. Families have faced huge challenges including food shortages and further destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Fortunately, progress is being made and UNICEF has helped provide children with shelter, food, healthcare and education.
These images look back over the changes in the past few years and show that there is hope for Haiti's children.
On 12 January, 2010 an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale struck Haiti. Over 222,000 people were killed and over 300,000 injured.
Over the past three years, Haiti has suffered a number of disasters - most recently Hurricane Sandy.
This girl is surrounded by flood water from Hurricane Tomas which hit in late 2010.
UNICEF has been working since the quake to help those most vulnerable by providing medical care, food, shelter, protection and education facilities.
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