A woman, wearing a long-sleeved shirt and jeans, rests in a field in Mashonia, a village of about 5,000 people in the western Iranian province of Mashonalor.

She is helping to collect rice.

Many residents are still missing.

A woman wearing a short-sleeve shirt and pants helps her collect rice in Mashonian, a district of Mashonia.

The quake killed more than 400 people in Mashonyan and killed at least 2,000 in a neighbouring village, which is still without power and communications.

The victims are mostly from Mashonalan, which was one of the poorest areas in Iran before the earthquake, according to Iranian government statistics.

A small village near Mashonia also lost a number of people in a devastating earthquake.

Most people living in Mashonon are poor, with a few in Mashonda and a few families in Mashondari, the capital.

The earthquake devastated the region’s infrastructure and left people homeless and destitute.

Some families are sheltering in churches and orphanages.

One of the families in the orphanage in Mashontari, called the Redeemed Children’s House, is trying to help those still displaced.

“Our goal is to support the orphans who have lost their houses, so they can go to their own families,” says Hamid, who works in the building.

“The children don’t want to go home, so we are trying to offer help for the families.”

This story is part of Al Jazeera’s coverage of the devastating earthquake in Iran.