Inside Disaster: Haiti
Inside Disaster: Haiti takes audiences behind the headlines of a natural disaster, documenting the emergency relief effort from first response to recovery by the FACT disaster team of the International Federation of the Red Cross. Shot over a six month period with unprecedented access, this three-part series will follow these brave individuals in a life and death situations that threatens the lives of thousands.
Thirty-six hours after one of the deadliest earthquakes in history, a team from the International Federation of Red Crosses (IFRC) is travelling overland into Haiti. (1 of 3)
Two weeks after the earthquake, people are increasingly desperate - more than a million people need food, water and emergency shelter. Operations become increasingly difficult for the team. (2 of 3)
Six months after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes, people in Haiti are struggling to survive in camps. The Red Cross is one of the few organizations still distributing aid.