This image was captured in February 2013, on the Caribbean island nation of Haiti, 3-years after the country was struck by the 2010, 7.0 magnitude earthquake. The image depicted a blue and red Haitian flag, waving proudly high upon its mast. After the devastating quake, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) received one-time funding to reestablish, and strengthen Haiti’s public health system, and address immediate public health needs. As part of these efforts, CDC is engaged with a wide range of activities, from HIV and tuberculosis, to cholera treatment and safe water. CDC’s main partners included the Haitian Ministry of Health, Catholic Relief Services-AIDSRelief, Partners in Health, and local NGO, GHESKIO.