Ten years ago today, Haitians awoke to a new age of struggle and devastation. On January 12th, 2010, a 7.0 earthquake practically flattened the capital city of Port-au-Prince. It was purportedly the strongest quake to strike Haiti in 200 years.
The killing of a journalist who had closely covered Haiti’s political and economic crisis fueled the anger of protesters on Friday, as they clashed with police and pressed calls for the president of the impoverished nation to resign.
Life in northern Haiti moves from bad to worse as severe drought drags on. Hurricane Dorian recovery may be getting the most headlines lately, but ongoing drought makes daily life increasingly desperate.
An American doctor who was shot while on a mission trip to Haiti is telling the story of the harrowing moments when he thought he was going to die and of the man who served as “an angel” by turning away the gunmen. 58-year-old Doug […]
A Christian missionary from Virginia who for years evangelized and volunteered in Haiti has been sentenced to 27 years in prison following an investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in which he confessed to sexually abusing 15 minors.
Christian humanitarian group World Vision is denying allegations that its staff paid for sex in nations plagued by crises as controversy engulfs several prominent international relief agencies accused of sexually exploiting vulnerable people.