Tuesday, January 19, 2010


As you can see in the above photos, there are tons of people in town. Lots of hustle and bustle. People are arriving from PaP and many are trying to get out to the provinces where they have family.
The funeral Mass for RoseMarthe's sister is going on now in Camp-Perrin and will be attended by about twenty of our older boys and some staff. Berthony Constant (her cousin) and Matante will represent me.
Some gas and some medicine have come into town which has alleviated the crisis a bit. Much more is needed so we are hoping that what we read on the net about supplying the countryside will happen.
The plan for us to provide food for Bonne Fin Hospital was changed. CRS will do this as they provide all the essentials like oil, spices and either rice, millet or wheat. We will provide for the General Hospital in town and help out in the new tent city which is now located in Cavaillon, about twenty minutes east of Les Cayes.
Things are less chaotic today. Let's hope they stay that way.

1 comment:

  1. Let's hope that supplies keep flowing into town. Condolences to Rose-Marthe.