The "marchands" (vendors) sit on the edges of the watery areas. The standing water is not very clean.
Driving around Port-au-Prince there is usually a UN vehicle around. The red and white car is a UN police vehicle.
The writing on the door of this room marks it as a "prayer cell". In Haiti groups of people will get together sometimes in people's homes especially to pray. These are called "jeune" services. When people attend these services they feel strengthened in their faith. People bring all their cares and burdens to these "jeune" services and pray together with others. Many of the parents we try to find help for will attend these "jeune" services asking the Lord to open a door for their child to find medical care.