Aid workers in Haiti are racing to provide food, water and shelter to survivors of Saturday’s earthquake, before a major tropical storm hits the country.
Hospitals are struggling to cope with thousands of injured survivors. Nearly 1,300 people are known to have died after the quake struck.
The problems are most acute in remote rural areas.
Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by James Clayton
from the town of Les Cayes to the south-west of the earthquake epicentre.
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