A year after a powerful earthquake hit southern Turkey, many people are still dealing with the aftermath. Hundreds of thousands of homes were destroyed, leaving people without shelter and struggling to rebuild their lives. Fatma Kirici, who lost two family members in the quake, is living in a tent with her family because her house is still standing but deemed unsafe. The Turkish government is rushing to build homes for displaced families, but some people are not eligible for assistance. Experts warn that rebuilding without updating building codes may leave people vulnerable to future disasters. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to build new homes quickly, but many people are still living in container homes and struggling to recover. Many buildings remain damaged or destroyed, businesses are struggling, and hundreds of thousands of people who lost their income are still relying on support. The road to recovery is long, and international support is needed for the affected regions. Some survivors are still searching for missing family members, while others are trying to rebuild their lives and move forward after the tragedy.