Cassandre Chery, 28, clears away rubble from last year's earthquake as part of a "Cash-for-Work" scheme implemented by WFP.
The government of Haiti estimates the earthquake produced more than 20 million tons of rubble. Teams like these are part of a nationwide effort to clear the rubble away.
Participants of the Cash-for-Work project earn about US $5.00 for a morning's labour, which they can use to buy food and other basic necessities.
Cassandre returns home to the tent camp when she and her family have been living since the home collapsed in the January 2010 earthquake
Cassandre and her two daughters in the tent which has been home for the last year.