In Haiti, huge piles of rubble remain virtually untouched. But a surprising sight is tucked away just outside the coastal city of Leogane: Workers are busy constructing two small, wood-frame buildings.
The Canadian military and a U.S.-based aid group are working together to rebuild an orphanage.
It is one of the first signs of rebuilding in an area that was reduced almost entirely to rubble in the Jan. 12 earthquake.
(See photos and read/listen to the story at NPR.org)