Nearly two weeks after the earthquake, aid donors are gathering in Montreal to map out a long-term plan for rebuilding the country. Haiti's prime minister has called for more aid for his country.
Destroyed homes, collapsed hospitals, damaged roads...this is the reality in quake-ravaged Port-au-Prince.
The Haitian government says the country lost 60 percent of its GDP in 30 seconds.
Over 600-thousand survivors have been left homeless.
To help Haiti recover, Canada hosted a meeting of foreign donors in Montreal on Monday. Delegates discussed ways to rebuild a new Haiti.
Stephen Harper, Canadian Prime Minister, said, "In order to do the greatest amount of good, we must work together. As we continue to focus on fast and effective humanitarian assistance we must at the same time begin to look at the longer term challenge of reconstruction. This meeting is a crucial first step in that direction. "
(CCTV.com January 26, 2010)