It’s been one year since the earthquake struck Haiti. How do things look in Haiti today? Many things remain the same–rubble still lines the streets and hopelessness is still evident on some faces, but here and there a spark of hope flourishes. Rubble is being cleared, aid organizations are rebuilding houses, and hope is returning. But after one year, much remains to be done.

CAM’s current focus in Haiti is rebuilding. At the end of 2010, with the help of generous supporters, workers had rebuilt 189 houses, 3 churches, and 1 school. By the end of this year our goal is to have approximately 500 more houses completed.

CAM’s Haiti rebuilding project in pictures 








Haitian workers installing a door in a newly rebuilt house in the Croix-des-Bouquets area 








Stone masons laying up stone on a house in the Aligue area in the south










Stone mason leveling a wall









A completed house








Haitians and US volunteers work together to rebuild a church in the Carrfour area








Putting on the roof








The completed roof from the inside of the church








Another  church, almost completed








 Setting the frame and trusses of a church in the Sarthe area

 Please pray for the people of Haiti as they rebuild their homes and lives. Pray that the seeds of the Gospel that were planted might take root and bear much fruit.

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