SPECIAL SECTION: Haiti Earthquake & Recovery

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On Tuesday, January 12, the worst earthquake in 200 years toppled much of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and surrounding communities.

The 7.0 quake killed hundreds of thousands of people and brought the world scrambling to help the already impoverished island nation. CBN's Operation Blessing International is on the ground bringing much needed medical help and supplies.

CBN News crews were also there telling the stories of the people of Haiti and how God is working despite the disaster. Click here to watch a half-hour special CBN News program on what we saw and how hope is rising from rubble.

View photos of the relief and recovery efforts from Operation Blessing staff on the ground in Haiti.

To be a part of the disaster relief: 
Give to Operation Blessing Disaster Relief.

The toll-free number to call for information about family members in Haiti is 1-888-407-4747. The State Department advises that some callers may receive a recording because of heavy volume of calls.

Watch and read the reports below for the latest...



A Few Facts on Missionaries in Haiti

  1. 1700 missionaries from all countries in Haiti pre-quake
    (source: Gordon Conwell's Center for Study of Global Christianity)
  2. 40-45,000 Americans in Haiti pre-quake (source: State Dept.)
  3. Missing Americans?  Missionaries?  No one knows...still waiting on today's State Dept. briefing
  4. The Southern Baptist's IMB (International Missions Board) says it plans to send hundreds of short-term missions teams to Haiti this year, once it assesses needs.

CBN News Reports

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