2010 Haiti earthquake
On January 12th 2010, Haiti was struck by an earthquake. Both the immediate and the long-term effects were enormous. CBM, with 30 years of experience in the country, was involved in the initial emergency phase and is continuing to support partners as they rebuild for the future.
CBM commemorates the fifth anniversary of the Haiti earthquake which struck on 12 January 2010
Our advocacy project is making the inclusion of people with disabilities a reality in Haiti, especially after the earthquake
To mark the 5th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, we speak with Alexis Joseph, one of our accessibility experts
Wilguy became paralysed after the earthquake in Haiti, but that hasn't stopped him from chasing his dreams
A recent study has shown that CBM and partners are playing a crucial role in capacity development of the Haitian rehabilitation sector
CBM working with the local organisations to build expertise and independence two years after the 2010 earthquake
CBM Haiti has distributed 12,000 cholera prevention kits and conducted public education on proper hygiene practicies to help prevent the spread of cholera
Two teams of players with disabilities took to the field in a football match in Haiti to commemorate the 2010 earthquake
Answers to all your questions about the 2010 Haiti earthquake and CBM's response to it
A modern day story of a true hero who saved his sister and sacrificed his dream
A year ago Washline feared she might lose her left leg, today she is running and playing with her friends thanks to CBM
The situation in Haiti, one year after the earthquake which struck on January 12, 2010
One year after a devastating earthquake claimed his right leg and the life of his mother, Sebastian's life is finally getting back on track
Health officials are responding to a cholera outbreak in Haiti - CBM has no programmes in the affected area and is monitoring the situation
CBM supports community based healthcare centres in Haiti that assist people with injuries and disabilities to receive the help they need
On January 12, Haiti was struck by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake. Since day one CBM has been helping those in need.
Nine year old Washline suffered a broken femur during the earthquake, but now she is healthy and back in school
In the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, ten-year old Fara has become the main care-giver to her three-year old brother Stefan
Salomon came to the Antenne Handicap with a leg wound. His whole body is covered with dirt and his clothes are muddy brown and tattered.
Washline suffered a broken femur when a wall collapsed on her during the 2010 Haiti earthquake. She and her mother lost their house.
CBM's Emergency response team reports from Port-au-Prince