On January 12, 2010, the earth roared, opening it’s belly, inflicting a treacherous 7.0 magnitude earthquake on Haiti. 

Today marks 4 weeks to the day the earth shook, destroying homes, commercial buildings, and other infrastructure. 

An unconfirmed number of 200,000 have lost there lives and thousands severely injured; many of whom have become amputees. 

Despite their ordeal, the courageous people of Haiti remain strong and unmoving. 

The earthquake may have bruised their spirits, however, it has failed to destroy their hope and their unending Haitian pride.  Haiti – lest we forget…


By: CJ Ramsaran