Cameta Pierre braids the hair of Jean Baptiste Elisee in the Corail resettlement camp north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Residents of the camp, survivors of the devastating January 2010 earthquake, were relocated to the remote location from overcrowded tent cities for the homeless in the nation's capital. Yet shortly after its establishment, thousands of homeless families from around the capital region moved to the area and began constructing their simple homes around the edges of the official camp, creating a complex set of questions for camp managers. The United Methodist Committee on Relief, a member of the ACT Alliance, has built schools in the camp and is providing school furniture, teacher training, and educational materials for students. Planners consider these transitional homes--houses designed to get quake survivors into homes quickly, yet which residents will be expected to modify and improve in coming years.