PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 10: Orphan Beaudin Lovinsky, 4-years-old, is registered while being dropped off by his uncle to be placed into the Children's Foundation of Haiti orphanage, which is ... more 
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 10: Orphan Beaudin Lovinsky, 4-years-old, is registered while being dropped off by his uncle to be placed into the Children's Foundation of Haiti orphanage, which is currently housed in makeshift tents in a tent city near the airport, January 10, 2011 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Lovinsky's mother perished in the earthquake and his uncle said he could no longer afford to take care of him. It is common for Haitian families to place children they cannot afford to care for in orphanages. The orphanage's building was damaged by the earthquake, forcing many of the orphans into tents. The orphanage has received no governmental assistance and little help from aid groups. According to the United Nations Children's Fund, Haiti was home to more than 350,000 orphans before the earthquake, with many more orphaned following the quake. UNICEF recently announced that around 380,000 Haitian children are still living in camps one year after the earthquake. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) less 
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