Feb. 17, 2010 11:50 AM PT Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied! Print 1 World & Nation Haiti: Resources and how to help In the wake of the utter devastation inflicted by the earthquake in Haiti, the efforts and contributions of people everywhere are crucial. 2 World & Nation Skilled at surviving on the edge Even before the Haiti earthquake, life was a struggle for 11-year-old Clifford, one of Port-au-Prince’s thousands of street children. He spends his days hustling for coins and queuing for food. 3 World & Nation Piles of the dead finally buried in Titanyen, Haiti’s ‘valley of death’ With the government overwhelmed by the massive numbers of bodies, a businessman arranges to have about 2,500 moved into communal graves with backhoes. 4 World & Nation Banks reopen in Haiti’s capital Haiti officials hope the reopening will give a boost to businesses and provide money to begin rebuilding the country. 5 World & Nation Bodies lining Haiti’s roadsides are the grim tally of disaster The earthquake left some hillside homes demolished while leaving other buildings seemingly untouched. Outside assistance, and relief efforts, appear nonexistent.