As Port-au-Prince still struggles after the 2010 earthquake, one neighborhood has gone from rubble to renaissance.
The new homes in Port-au-Prince's Ravine Pintade neighborhood stand out. The “Katye” project has transformed the quake-ravaged area. More than half the community’s 900 families have a new house or had repairs done to the one they were in. Also, the ravine’s slopes have been stabilized with retaining walls and the footpaths are now paved and wider. However, there was only enough money to rebuild one side of the ravine. Maggie Steber/For The Washington Post Buy Photo