About 3 million people -- one-third of Haiti's population -- were affected by the quake, the Red Cross said. About 10 million people most likely felt shaking from the earthquake, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
I didn't make my donation at that site because I'm quite biased when it comes to men. I wanted my donation to go directly to the kids only. They're the most vulnerable during a natural or man-made disaster. That video clip from CNN about the kid got a stone threw at his face broke my heart. I cannot believe people would do such a thing to kids. How cruel. http://videos.mediaite.com/video/CNNs-A ... Drags-Bloo
I remembered when I searched the earthquake in google. Haiti was shown in the search result that it has been hit by the earthquake with more than hundred thousands victims. Based on that, I created about the pages in a site. It was a science and story about the earthquakes causes in www.whatcausesearthquakes.com/what-caus ... quakes.htm and facts. It was hard to deal with natural disaster because no one can predict it.