60 Minutes featured the Global Orphan Project's work in Haiti last night in a story called "The Lost Children of Haiti." The story's about what's happening to the thousands of children orphaned by the earthquake and struggling for survival.
The Global Orphanage Project was created by Mike and Beth Fox of Kansas City. They show up around the 6:20 mark of the video, and Mike talks about the 130 to 140 orphanages they've started worldwide. They've opened up about 20 locations in Haiti, housing 2,000 children before the quake. It's a great story.
After the jump, the Foxes talk about their work in another video.