A group of Chicagoans trying to help recovery efforts in Haiti, two years after the devastating earthquake, gathered at Children’s Memorial Hospital Thursday to discuss the on-going effort.
On this day two years ago, a devastating earthquake shook Haiti, killing more than 300,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless. Here is a look at the advances made since.
Nearly a dozen students from Mother McAuley High School were honored today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, but their project remains undelivered in Haiti.
A University of Chicago specialist in Haiti says the best that can be said about former dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier’s return is he probably won’t be able to steal much.
Why is ousted dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier returning, and why do some in Haiti like the idea?
An organization founded by a local church brought an estimated 40,000 Haitians together to celebrate their faith.
It was one year ago Wednesday that an earthquake ravaged the island nation of Haiti, leaving thousands of children orphaned. Two sisters who arrived in the United States right after the quake are now settled in to their new life.
The group “Churches Helping Churches,” organized by the Harvest Bible Chapel, is holding a service in Haiti to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the horrific earthquake there.
In a couple of weeks, a movement spurred by a local megachurch is organizing what might be the largest gathering in Haiti since the earthquake. CBS 2′s Susanna Song reports.
A suburban doctor goes to Haiti to do humanitarian work and brings back a father in desperate need of surgery. He not only arranges the surgery, but invites the man to live with him and his family, while he recovers. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
A surgeon who rescued two badly injured Haiti earthquake victims has been honored by the National Association of Social Workers.