We reported a couple of weeks ago on the damage done to Heifer Haiti project participants' farms and homes. Below is a collection of images captured by Heifer Haiti staff.

According to Ewaldy Estil, Heifer Haiti North/Artibonite/West Project Coordinator, the situation is very chaotic, and it's difficult to see the bread fruit trees on the ground and houses collapsed. Community leaders said, "As we have three more months left in the hurricane season, we hope for no more natural catastrophes in this area. We have just faced five months of drought, and the first rain to come was with Hurricane Isaac."

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Brooke Edwards

Brooke Edwards is from Little Rock, Arkansas, and started working at Heifer International in 2009 as a writer. She has a master's in social work and a bachelor's degree in psychology. She is married, a mother of two, and a wannabe urban farmer, raising her own chickens and killing most of her vegetable crops.