Four years after the devastating earthquake in Port au Prince, tents, that were supposed to be short term shelter for displaced families, are still very prevalent. Torn and tattered, the tents don’t provide as much protection as the once did, yet they are the only home these families have. I visited the tent city of Capva last week. This village of 450 tents, located just outside Citi Solei, is in great need of help. These families have given up on waiting for the Haitian Government to help. Anacias Joseph, a young Haitian man from a more prosperous part of Port au Prince, has adopted the tent city of Capva. Anacias has started a school for the 200 children living in the village. He also set up clean water distribution for the residents. HOLD the children will soon begin to help support this school. Watch for how you can help