Haiti Three Years Later: Part III
6:00 am
Wed January 9, 2013

Slideshow: Fabienne Jean, Three Years After The Haiti Earthquake

All week long we've been bringing you the story of Fabienne Jean, a dancer who lost her leg in the earthquake in Haiti three years ago this month. 

A prosthetic technician from Boston heard her story and fitted Fabienne with a fake leg. He tried to help Fabienne recover in other ways too. He hatched plans to help her start her business, buy a house and open a dance studio to raise money for Haitian amputees. 

But as reporter Jacob Kushner discovered, Fabienne's recovery has been a slow, frustrating process. 

Photographer Nick Kozak worked with Kushner and photographed Fabienne Jean. He documented her everyday life. View the slideshow above to experience Fabienne's day-to-day routine through Kozak's lens. 

In the final installment of our series, Jacob Kushner tells us where she is now. 

Below, you can see Fabienne rehearsing with other dancers at Haiti's National Theatre in December.

You can listen to the whole series below:

Part I: Three years after the earthquake in Haiti, Fabienne Jean is still rebuilding a life.
Part II: The people who rushed to Fabienne's aid wanted to help her rebuild her life. It wasn't simple.
Part III: Recovery doesn't come easy to a woman who is discouraged, and living in such a difficult place.
Part IV: Where Fabienne is now.
A conversation between Jacob Kushner and Alicia Zuckerman about this series.

Have you been to Haiti since the earthquake?  Tell us what you've seen.  We'll be discussing Haiti's recovery this Friday on The Florida Roundup.