World Vision's Report on Haiti at the 2-year mark

On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake rattled Port-au-Prince just before 5 p.m. Haiti’s capital city was reduced to a crumbled, fully edged disaster zone in a matter of minutes. The statistics are heart-wrenching – one in three people in Haiti affected; more than one million homeless; 222,570 people killed. World Vision soon began work on the biggest single-country humanitarian response ever undertaken in the organization’s history. Read the full World Vision report “Two Years On: Haiti Earthquake Response.”

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