School is scheduled to begin Monday, but with hundreds of schools damaged or destroyed Haitian officials are considering a postponement.
Hundreds of churches in the quake zone were damaged or destroyed. Services have resumed in many places, but rebuilding will be a lengthy process.
USAID Administrator Samantha Power appeared with Haiti's prime minister to pledge $32 million in assistance for the earthquake-damaged nation. The primary needs are for shelter and medical care.
The magnitude 7.2 earthquake killed more than 2,000 people and destroyed tens of thousands of homes in Haiti's southern peninsula. Recovery efforts have been slow.
The soccer stadium in the Haitian seaside town of Les Cayes is now a tent city of people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the earthquake. Aid continues to arrive, but slowly.
Relief supplies are reaching the quake zone, but slowly. Health care workers are exhausted, some at their jobs 24 hours a day as Haiti struggles to care for those affected by the 7.2 magnitude quake.
Relief efforts in Haiti are being greatly hampered by the torrential rains of Tropical Storm Grace. And many people are sleeping outside because of a fear of aftershocks.