"I'm not a money guy."Browne said Traill
has never given an interview and would not comment for this story.Bickel said her
orphanage spends about $1 million annually to care for about 140 kids and received government certification.
"I wouldn't think they are hard standards to meet."Once called the Forever Family, the Church of Bible Understanding was founded by Traill, who lives with Browne and other members in a 12,000-square-foot home in Coral Springs, Florida.
"If someone had some reason or some proof of what they are claiming then I would be glad to listen because I'm interested in truth."The church, with about 50 members and 60 non-church affiliated people employed in its business, has worked in Haiti since 1977, ferrying supplies in a private plane piloted by Traill
said they intend to build a large orphanage for up to 1,000 children in northwestern Haiti, Browne said.Orphanage inspections by the government's Social Welfare Institute with UNICEF's help were instituted after unregulated charities flooded the country after a devastating January 2010 earthquake.UNICEF says that only 20 percent of the children living in such homes are actual orphans, the rest having either one or both parents alive, but placed in orphanages because their families cannot afford to care for them.Inspectors reviewed more than 700 orphanages, rating 36 percent of them green if they met minimum standards.