Haiti's magnitude 7.0 earthquake of Jan. 12, 2010, left 220,000 people dead, 300,000 injured and rubble nearly everywhere.

The catastrophe also unleashed an unprecedented flood of humanitarian aid — $13.5 billion in donations and pledges, about three-quarters from donor nations and a quarter from private charity.

But today Haiti is a long, long way from realizing the bullish goal of "building back better."

For over two decades photojournalist Carol Guzy has traveled the world, capturing breathtaking images of sorrow and joy, destruction and rebirth.

Two years ago, a massive earthquake decimated Haiti.