With few hospitals still functioning in rubble-strewn Port-au-Prince, options for medical care are scarce, so people are improvising.
High in the steep hills of the city, number 83 Rue Armand Holly has become a sanctuary. The couple who live there, both doctors, have found themselves running a makeshift clinic right out of their own home. Almost as soon as the ground stopped shaking, their neighbors came knocking.
"I see the first case like five minutes after," says Yolene Surena, a doctor...Full Story