At least 42 people have lost their lives and 11 others are still missing after a series of floods and landslides hit Haiti over the weekend.
The heavy rains caused several rivers to overflow, resulting in flash floods, rockslides and landslides that damaged thousands of homes and displaced over 13,000 people.
The capital city of Port-au-Prince and the Léogâne region were among the most affected areas, with hospitals and other structures suffering damage.
The Haitian government and humanitarian organizations are working to provide assistance to the victims and assess the impact of the disaster.
The situation remains critical as more rain is expected in the coming days, which could worsen the flooding and increase the risk of further landslides.