In pictures: Haiti earthquake aftermath - How you can donate
Images from Haiti in the aftermath of an earthquake which is feared to have killed tens of thousands of people and left at least 3m more in need of aid after the island suffered its worst earthquake in 200 years on January 12, 2010.
How you can help
The Disasters Emergency Committee – the umbrella organisation for 13 aid agencies including the British Red Cross and Oxfam – has launched an emergency appeal to help the victims of the Haiti earthquake.
If you would like to make a donation, please call 0370 60 60 900 or visit www.dec.org.uk
- Concern Worldwide: 0800 032 4002
- ActionAid: w ww.actionaid.org.uk or 01460 238000
- Christian Aid: www.christianaid.org.uk/haiti-appeal or 08080 004 004
- Merlin: www.merlin.org.uk or 0207 014 1714
- Oxfam: www.oxfamireland.org or 0800 0 30 40 55
- British Red Cross: www.redcross.org.uk/ or 0845 053 5353
- Save the Children: 020 7012 6400
Video: Oxfam provide emergency aid in Haiti
Oxfam is providing clean water, sanitation and shelter to tens of thousands of people affected by the earthquake.
Video: Moments after the earthquake struck capital
A Brazilian soldier stationed in Port-au-Prince captured the scene of devastation just moments after the quake struck.
Video: Aerial view of the devastation