They arrived in Port Au Prince, and then had a four hour ride (in the back of a pick up) to the orphanage in Deschapelles. Nolan said that the roads were horrific. Sometimes paved, sometimes not.
This is huge sheets of rice, drying on the side of National Highway #1.
Port au Prince, Haiti. The building beside the rented hall for church. It looks as if it could collapse at any second.
The children of the orphanage. Aren't they gorgeous?
Nolan and a little girl named TiFi, she just learned how to walk this year.
The orphanage's baby bed. :(
The school. The classroom. Those are the desks the children use. Wood is in short supply.
the kids get one meal a day at the orphanage - rice, soy and barley fortified with vitamins and minerals.
This is the kitchen at the hospital Albert Schweitzer.
One of the boys that lives at the AIDS Orphanage, for children who are HIV positive
And just beyond all the poverty is this beauty.