(BET) — It’s been six months to the day since the most devastating earthquake in its history hit the nation of Haiti. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake killed more than 300,000 people and left nearly 2 million survivors living in tents. Efforts to rebuild since the January 12 quake have been slow going. Buildings destroyed by the earthquake lie where they collapsed. The presidential palace, which became a worldwide symbol of the devastation, remains a heap of concrete.