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When gang violence in Haiti killed little Jen Leon’s parents three years ago, a kind pastor took her in. With the orphanage overcrowded, the little girl lived in a tent but dreamed of one simple wish. See how God used people like you to make ...
'Miracle Village' a Refuge for Haiti Quake Survivors
Doctors: Help Needed to Get Haiti 'Walking'
Out of the Rubble: Helping Haiti Rebuild Lives
This Haitian orphan was crammed in a single room with 48 other children. Operation Blessing bought and remodeled a large home for these children in Port au Prince.
The people of Haiti are still recovering from the unforgettable quake that devastated their world two years ago. Operation Blessing has been by their side from the beginning.
In Haiti, two brothers are changing the lives of thousands living in poverty and give them the tools they need to rebuild.
For many Haitians, recovering from January's quake is about more than rebuilding. It's about mentally overcoming a trauma.
A Haitian widow with four kids and a baby on the way is treated with her son at an Operation Blessing medical clinic.
See what Operation Blessing is doing for earthquake victims.
Operation Blessing partners with IsraAid for transportation, logistics, and medical equipment to treat earthquake victims in Haiti.
David Darg from Operation Blessing shares how OB is feeding children in a soccer stadium in Haiti's destroyed capital city.
Find out what they are and how you are helping supply Haitians and saving lives today.
In Haiti more than 2,000 people are crowding in the stadium in Port-au-Prince looking for food, shelter, and medical help.
Haiti's government and the countries of the world are mobilizing to save the victims of the devastating quake that hit the country last week. George Thomas reports from Port-Au-Prince on the recovery operation and the response of the Haitian people.
Amidst the devastation and immense human suffering in Haiti, some of its people are responding with faith.
In some countries, rising food prices are literally making the difference between life and death.
It's been almost a year and a half since the earthquake that devastated Haiti's capital, Port au Prince. As Haitians struggle to rebuild their lives, a unique television show, La Bonne Nouvelle, is giving them a sense of hope.