Debris from Haitian earthquake used to rebuildListen /
In Haiti, more than half of the 10 million cubic metres of rubble caused by the earthquake has been removed in one of the largest-scale clearance operations of its kind by the UN and its partners.
A portion of it is being used to repair roads, improve neighbourhoods and rebuild houses.
More than 80,000 buildings in the capital city of Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas collapsed after the 7.0-magnitude quake that hit the country two years ago.
The earthquake killed nearly 200,000 people and left amounts of debris equivalent to 4,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Julie Walker reports