Remilliene Morris, a 52-year old earthquake survivor in Port au Prince, Haiti, sits sadly in her temporary shelter in the Petionville Camp. With some 50,000 residents packed onto what was once a golf course, it's the largest camp of hundreds of locales hosting more than a million people left homeless by the January 12, 2010 quake. After her rented home collapsed in the quake, Morris sent two of her four children to live with relatives in the north of the country. Now she struggles to find the school fees for her other two children. She has received donated food and worked occasionally in a cash for work program, but lives in ragged clothing and sews together her family's shoes with scavenged string. Morris she gets depressed by the continuing struggle to survive.