On January 12, 2010, a catastrophic earthquake struck the Caribbean country of Haiti.
The human and social cost of the disaster is still just being understood. As many as 316, 000 Haitians lost their lives and an estimated 300,000 more people were injured. Over two million people were instantly made homeless.
Within hours of the earthquake, one of the largest global humanitarian relief operations in history was launched. It would be months before the emergency phase of the operation would start winding down and the long term reconstruction of Haiti could begin.
This video checks in with Erin Grinnell of the Canadian Red Cross, to investigate the progress and the challenges, one year after the disaster.