Compassion International keeps its promise to quake-striken Haiti

January 19, 2015

Still feeling the effects of the 7.0-magnitude Haiti earthquake that struck five years ago this month, 25,000 children have something to celebrate, as the Christian outreach organization Compassion International continues to deliver on its promise to help rebuild the afflicted poverty-stricken nation with $31.2 million in aid to construct 30 new schools.

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