Mona, 30, lives in the rural mountains in the south of Haiti with her mother and a friend. After hurricane Sandy passed Bois Gency in late October last year, she was left with a house in shambles.
“Because of the heavy rain and strong wind the walls collapsed. The corrugated iron sheets my roof was made of were almost entirely blown away. We were not able to live in our house any longer and found ourselves in a desolate situation,” says Mona.