(1) large cracks have appeared in the road surface
(2) this truck illustrates the criticality of the road link to Jacmel, as well as a lot of other things, like the reality of trade in Haiti, the reality of intercity transport, and the ingenuity of transporters.
(3) The Jacmelians have identified an alternative way of drains clearance, although I am not sure how well these pigs handle the multitude of plastic bottles.
(4, 5, 6) The tent city of Jacmel is situated in the stadium, complete with big army tents (as opposed to plastic sheeting in most other camps), a Venezuelan flag, and all the daily business of people, from laundry to market stalls.
(7, 8, 9) Distribution of cooked food to children - who also need to be guarded by UN troops; just look at the logistics of camp cooking!
(10) And the showers in the Jacmel stadium, for boys and girls - another exercise in Haitian Creole (think French aloud)