Friday, November 12th, 2010

Haiti’s misery multiplies

Haitian man with cholera

Update: Financial donations are also welcome. Here are instructions for doing that directly.

Last month the community of Cazale gave Real Hope for Haiti Rescue Center a house that they set up as a Cholera clinic. At the same time they were praying that the cholera epidemic might not reach Cazale, but now it has happened.

Today, Debbie Woodward writes me:

Cholera is coming on strong in Cazale now.  Jess Lehman and I will be leaving next Thursday.  Right now they need clipboards for the charts, spray bottles, powdered gatorade or Oral Rehydration Solution, rechargeable lanterns and headlamps.

If you know anyone who can help, please have them call me.  I’d like to have items by Tuesday, November 16th so we can pack and weigh.

And to top it all off:

More earthquake tremors.  The last one didn’t have the “full” release of energy so the prediction is for another earthquake soon.

To contact Debbie, please email me via the Contact link above. Include your name, email address, phone number and way you can help. I will give information to Debbie as I receive it.

If you have finished sewing projects for Haiti, Debbie will try to take them when she goes. Please mail them as quickly as possible to:

Debra Woodward
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413

1500 Jackson St Ne
Minneapolis mn 55413
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3 Responses to “Haiti’s misery multiplies”

  1. Thank you for relaying the message for this needs. God has supplied an additional nurse today and two more nurses next thursday. RHFH is grateful for your friendship. Glad to see your family enjoyed your time in SA at the Lausanne Conference.

    Looking forward to this year’s edition of Orison’s Christmas concert.

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