A survivor of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Olginne Pierre sits with her daughter Olginnes and her son Josue in front of a new house in Leogane, south of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. The houses here were built with assistance from the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, a member of the ACT Alliance. CRWRC is planning more than 1700 houses in the community, and had about half that number completed by the first anniversary of the January 21, 2010 quake. The houses are built on the foundations of the residents' former homes, and are transitional--designed to be improved by residents as they are able. The houses have yet to receive their first coat of paint. CRWRC has also worked with community members on water and sanitation issues in response to the cholera outbreak, and is providing psycho-social support for residents as they rebuild their lives.