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35 year-old Rose Flore Charles holds her 2 year-old daughter, Guallina Delva.  After the earthquake destroyed their family's home, they have been living in a makeshift shelter in Leogane that Rose cobbled together out of scraps. They are moving into a Habitat for Humanity transitional shelter this week.© Habitat for Humanity International/Ezra Millstein
Léogâne, Haiti, June 22, 2010

35 year-old Rose Flore Charles holds her 2 year-old daughter, Guallina Delva. After the earthquake destroyed their family's home, they have been living in a makeshift shelter in Leogane that Rose cobbled together out of scraps. They are moving into a Habitat for Humanity transitional shelter this week. 

© Habitat for Humanity International/Ezra Millstein 

October 22, 2016 

An exhibit of my images of Syrian refugees living in Jordan is on display at Refuge Coffee Co., in Clarkston, GA. All proceeds from the exhibit benefit theit job training program for refugees.