Jason DeCrow Photojournalist
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A young boy pulls his toy cart through the streets of La Saline.
Young girls play at an orphanage in Delmas.
Laundry dries on the skeletons of unfinished housing in the seaside slum of Carrefour.
Haitian youth rush a UN tank during a rally for presidential candidate Rene Preval in Cite Soleil.
UN peacekeepers watch as Haitians clinging to a tanker truck make their way into Cite Soleil.
Fisherman pull up their nets at sunset in the waters off Port-au-Prince.
Garbage burns at dusk in front of a shack painted with Preval slogans at a market near La Saline.
A woman sells fried plantains by night along a road in Delmas.
A woman carries grapefruits across a trench of garbage at a market near La Saline.
"I pray to God Preval will be elected," says Carlos, an unemployed fisherman.
A young girl poses in her church clothes near her home in Cite Soleil.
Residents check for their names on a list of election workers in Cite Soleil.