Monthly Archives: January 2010

Update

January 31, 2010 at 9:12 pm

Sunday, January 31st   I think I’ve missed a couple of days but hope I can catch you up tonight.   Our operations are still continuing and expanding.  Yesterday I met with Plan International that have operations in Haiti.  They were interested in hearing more about our work in the region and how we can [...]

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Update, Wednesday January 27

January 28, 2010 at 4:30 am

Update, Wednesay January 28th Our day started out with the medical evacuation of an 8 week old boy. He had surgery at the Hospital St. Michel for an abdominal problem and went into Congestive Heart Failure (fluid on the lungs) after the operation. I had tried yesterday to get him evacuated to Port au Prince [...]

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update Tuesday, Jan 26th

January 26, 2010 at 9:40 pm

I thought I should start to include the date on my updates, as I find it very hard to keep track of the days of the week.   Today I brought two other team members on board to help with our coordination project, Patrick Adams a freeland journalist and Barton Brooks who has extensive experience in International Grassroots aid [...]

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Update

January 24, 2010 at 10:14 pm

Another long day, it’s midnight and I thought I’d be in bed much earlier but I got excited when I heard news that our first Red Cross shipment was at the port.  We’re coordinating logistics for pick up now.   Today was very busy at the airport, several flights from the US with volunteers and [...]

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Update

January 23, 2010 at 9:28 pm

Sorry I didn’t blog last night but I was just so exhausted.  Today was also a very busy day.   Yesteray, some highlights.  Myself and Sarah continued our work coordinating medical logistics at the airport.  We received news from the FOTCOH medical team had delivered 30 week twins the previous day and they weren’t doing well.  [...]

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