The Haiti Earthquake' is an excellent resource to exemplify the effects of a geo-hazard in a low economically developed country. The program sets out Haiti's historical context to explain why the impacts were so devastating. Using footage filmed straight after the 2010 earthquake and in the three years following, this resource explores the primary and secondary impacts of the quake. The program then looks at a range of short of long term responses including projects aimed at reducing the outbreak of cholera, improving the housing situation, strengthening likelihoods and supporting good governance. This program is an excellent resource for students of geography and environmental science.