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Haiti marks slow but measurable progress

With 1 million people still homeless from the earthquake, the Caribbean nation faces daunting challenges. Read More

Children play between rows of tents at Camp Corail where the United Methodist Committee on Relief is helping provide services. UMNS photo by Mike DuBose.

Camp offers shelter for displaced Haitians

United Methodist Committee on Relief provides school for about 900 youngsters at Camp Corail. Read More

Leonard Jeangilles stands in a doorway that looks out over the Caribbean Sea from the back of the Haiti Eye Clinic in Petit-Goâve, Haiti. Jeangilles was serving as translator for a United Methodist volunteer team at the clinic when the earthquake hit

Haitians find hope, show faith through disaster

Many of those helped by United Methodists are passing on that assistance to their fellow Haitians. Read More

Volunteer in Mission team members Terry Temple (left background) and John Thomas (right background) help lead a game for children outside the Methodist church in Furcy, Haiti.

Love draws mission team back to Haiti

Each year, United Methodists from New York make the arduous journey to build relationships and bring healing to Furcy. Read More

Haitian and U.S. volunteers work together to paint the home of

Volunteers build relationships in Haiti

A year after the quake, United Methodists are working with Haitians to restore churches and schools. Read More

Volunteer Kathy Ahmad (right) visits with Franckenson Renevil during a break from renovating the Methodist Children's Home orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti: Shaken but not broken one year later

Since the quake, United Methodists arrive daily to prop up the spiritually wounded and help the Methodist Church of Haiti comfort thousands. Read More

Farm assistant Lebon Augulus and the Rev. Jim Gulley hold young goat twins in Darbonne/Leogane, Haiti.

Quake survivor focuses on Haiti recovery

The Rev. Jim Gulley was trapped for 3 days under the Hotel Montana. The tragedy served to strengthen his resolve to change lives in Haiti. Read More

Pam Carter visiting with the children who attend the College de Freres school. Photos courtesy of David Johnson,

Haiti journal: A bond from sharing tragedy

Returning to Haiti, Pam Carter saw a mixture of sadness and joy. Read More

Members of St. Martin Methodist Church in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, erect a temporary shelter for Sunday worship. UMNS photos by Mike DuBose.

Worship goes on beside damaged Haitian church

Between the ruins of St. Martin Methodist Church and school, chairs are full. Read More