First person: Haiti then and now
Skyler Badenoch tells Al Jazeera how the January quake changed the country forever.
Last Modified: 14 Jul 2010 01:56 GMT

Thousands of people from abroad have tried to improve the lives of Haitians after a massive earthquake struck on January 12, killing 300,000 people.

One of them is Skyler Badenoch, who works for Build On, a US organisation that builds schools across the globe.

He arrived in Haiti a day before the quake struck, and has since returned many times.

Through his photography he tells Al Jazeera about the situation then, and now.

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