Feed The Children has suffered another blow to its image. CBS News on Thursday reported the Oklahoma City-based Christian relief organization has inflated statements about its relief efforts in Haiti for earthquake victims. CBS News also reported the charity had not provided anybody food there in the first weeks after the Jan. 12 disaster. CBS News specifically criticized the charity for claims in January that Feed The Children had established a base of operations "providing medical relief for 12,000 people” at a Haitian camp. CBS News reported it visited the camp and found three Feed The Children doctors. "You might ask how three doctors are handling the supposed 12,000 patients. They’re not. It’s more like a hundred a day,” the network reported. CBS News also quoted a Feed The Children vice president in Haiti as saying, "At this point, we’re not doing food.” The executive has since resigned. In a response, Feed The Children said it has sent to Haiti more than $12 million in supplies, including nearly $5 million in food. The charity also said it distributed food from a destroyed clinic after the earthquake. The charity said it focused initially on providing tents, blankets, medical supplies and bottled water because another organization already had enough food for 1 million people for a month. The charity also now refers to its medical work in Haiti as being at a camp "designed for more than 12,000 people.” "We are currently providing shelter and milk for children and families in that camp. We’re proud of the work, and we plan to continue,” the charity said. Officials Friday said the charity’s statements in January were not intended to mislead anyone. Steve Whetstone, Feed The Children’s vice president of international operations, said, "You’ve got to remember, this was all real early in the disaster. We were getting conflicting information. All the big news networks were getting conflicting information.” The charity already was dealing with bad publicity before the latest news report. For a year, accusations surrounding founder Larry Jones and others have been revealed in lawsuits. Jones was fired as charity president and is suing to get his job back.