The purpose in January 2010 was to describe post-earthquake conditions at the Prison Civile de Port-au-Prince (PC), which was housing 4,367 prisoners at the time of a severe earthquake. Prisoners rioted and breached the secure perimeter, escaping into the city at a time of crisis and disorder. The facilities at the prison were so damaged that inmates could not be housed there until reconstruction occurred. The central housing unit has been restored, and now houses 700 Haitian prisoners. Humanitarian conditions are improved since the earthquake, but there are concerns for the sustainability of the changes.