Earlier this month marked the four-year anniversary of a devastating earthquake that left Haiti in ruins. The country is still rebuilding, and 150,000 people continue to live in temporary shelters in and around Port-au-Prince. But not all the scenes in the island nation are bleak. Veteran humanitarian workers David Darg and Bryn Mooser reconnected in the aftermath of the disaster, and spent three years working with reconstruction efforts while launching their organization, a news-action site and foundation called RYOT. In this photo, young girls study at the Artists for Peace and Justice School secondary school, which co-founder Mooser helped build. Here are more moments captured in post-quake Haiti by the RYOT team, spanning from 2011 to present day.