Haiti Victims Still Rely on Charities for Basic Needs

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It has been six months since the devastating earthquake shook Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people. Even more people were left homeless by the disaster and at least 400,000 are still living in tent cities.

The people rely on help from outside charity agencies for the most basic needs, including food and clean water.

After the quake, clean water was desperately needed, and it was also difficult distributing emergency supplies throughout the country.

George Greene, III of Water Missions International, appeared on the Thursday, July 15 edition of the CBN Newschannel's Morning News to give an update on the clean water supply in Haiti, as well as the spiritual impact his work has on the country.

Click play to watch the interview.

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