Six months after the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake, life is slowly resuming for families in Haiti, but it is a new post-earthquake life of rebuilding communities and coming to terms with a new “normal.” The new normal includes some being able to return to homes that have been repaired. For others, it means having to find a new home - often with a relative or neighbor. World Concern supports the survivors to ensure they have their basic needs met, and have a chance to rebuild their lives after they’ve lost everything. In the initial phase of the earthquake, World Concern helped more than 100,000 people, delivering food, water, tarps or other goods or services. The initial phase was to preserve life, and lasted for about two months. Now, six months out, we are helping families rebuild their lives in a deeper way, focusing on longer-term needs. We’re supporting people in several ways, including with jobs, food, health and housing. Housing is critical as the temporary camps and tarps will not withstand the fall rains. We've already repaired more than 500 homes. In the next few months, our goal is to build or repair more than 2,000 homes and give a hand to thousands of people who must begin life again. We need you to help us meet the ongoing need!