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Photographers Donate Images of Devastation to Help Rebuild Haiti

  • As a complete picture of the devastation in Haiti comes together, renown news photographers from <em>The New York Times</em>, Getty Images, <em>National Geographic</em>, and Magnum dispatched to the country--before and after the deadly earthquake--donate images to the New York-based Nuru Project. An auction of the images on February 4 benefits Partners in Health, an organization working to bring modern medical care to Haiti for over 20 years. Here is a sample of the stunning pictures on the block.
  • Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Monday Jan. 18, 2010<br />
In the city center of Port-au-Prince, looting is taking place everywhere. Fires burn in the street and people steal in order to survive.
  • January 17<br />
The ruins of the presidential palace from the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, 2010.
  • A young orphan taking the chance to harangue the media at an election rally for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was to become President, Haiti, 1991.
  • Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Sunday Jan. 17, 2010<br />
Street images from Port-au-Prince where inhabitants are still digging out their dead family member of ruins in several parts of the city. Several areas of the city are totally destroyed, whereas others are hardly hit by the massive quake. First Sunday prayer after the massive quake, people were praying for their loved ones who either died or got badly injured.
  • HAITI, Port-au-Prince.<br />
Thousands of supporters of leading Haitian Presidential candidate Rene Preval rally in front of the Presidential Palace as unofficial word of final results announcing Preval's victory spread among the population of Port-au-Prince. February, 2006.
  • Jacmel<br />
10 year old Ketly Pierre studies after school in the garden of her family house.
  • A group of teenagers play a game of soccer in the rainy streets of Cap Haitien.
  • <a href="http://nuruproject.org/2010/01/stand-with-haiti/">Nuru Project</a> leverages photography as an agent for social change in the developing world.
  • 01 /09
    | NURU Project Presents: Stand With Haiti As a complete picture of the devastation in Haiti comes together, renown news photographers from The New York Times, Getty Images, National Geographic, and Magnum dispatched to the country--before and after the deadly earthquake--donate images to the New York-based Nuru Project. An auction of the images on February 4 benefits Partners in Health, an organization working to bring modern medical care to Haiti for over 20 years. Here is a sample of the stunning pictures on the block.
  • 02 /09
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Monday Jan. 18, 2010
    In the city center of Port-au-Prince, looting is taking place everywhere. Fires burn in the street and people steal in order to survive.
  • 03 /09
    | Presidential Palace in Ruins January 17
    The ruins of the presidential palace from the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12, 2010.
  • 04 /09
    | Youth Voice A young orphan taking the chance to harangue the media at an election rally for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was to become President, Haiti, 1991.
  • 05 /09
    | Sunday Prayers Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Sunday Jan. 17, 2010
    Street images from Port-au-Prince where inhabitants are still digging out their dead family member of ruins in several parts of the city. Several areas of the city are totally destroyed, whereas others are hardly hit by the massive quake. First Sunday prayer after the massive quake, people were praying for their loved ones who either died or got badly injured.
  • 06 /09
    | 2006 Election Rally HAITI, Port-au-Prince.
    Thousands of supporters of leading Haitian Presidential candidate Rene Preval rally in front of the Presidential Palace as unofficial word of final results announcing Preval's victory spread among the population of Port-au-Prince. February, 2006.
  • 07 /09
    | Life Before the Quake Jacmel
    10 year old Ketly Pierre studies after school in the garden of her family house.
  • 08 /09
    | Cap Haitien, Haiti A group of teenagers play a game of soccer in the rainy streets of Cap Haitien.
  • 09 /09
    | Nuru Project Nuru Project leverages photography as an agent for social change in the developing world.

As a complete picture of the devastation in Haiti comes together, renown news photographers from The New York Times, Getty Images, and National Geographic, dispatched to the country—before and after the deadly earthquake—donate images to the New York-based Nuru Project. An auction of the images benefits Partners in Health, an organization working to bring modern medical care to Haiti for over 20 years.

Slideshow Credits: 02 / Photographer: Jan Grarup/Noor; 03 / Photographer: Alvaro Ybarra Zavala/Reportage by Getty Images; 04 / Photographer: Marc French/Panos; 05 / Photographer: Jan Grarup/NOOR; 06 / Photographer: Moises Saman/Panos; 07 / Photographer: Abbie Trayler-Smith/Panos; 08 / Photographer:JAMES P. BLAIR/National Geographic;

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