Thousands of Haitians gathered outside the presidential palace on Friday.
Much like thousands of homes and buildings, the presidential palace was shattered in the 7.0 earthquake.
The quake hit on January 12th and killed over 200 000 people.
It also left more than a million residents living in the streets.
Many have been using tents as shelter and Thursday's rain couldn't have come at a worse time.
The downpour soaked Port-au-Prince and leaked through the temporary shelter set up.
Now, it's a race against time to get the survivors out of makeshift tents and into more stable shelters. The tropical rainy season could start within weeks, and the annual hurricane season begins on June 1st.