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Helping Haiti: Our Food Kit Distribution Process
Posted By Web Team On February 16, 2010 @ 12:01 am In Crisis,Multimedia | 11 Comments
We continue to procure and deliver relief supplies through our staging area in Florida and our two supply warehouses in Haiti. We estimate that 1,000 emergency relief food kits are arriving in Haiti daily, some of which are donated by church partners in the Dominican Republic.
Food kits are put together in the Dominican Republic and delivered to our Port-au-Prince warehouse via large trucks. In high-risk areas, we use security assistance from the U.S. Army, though at times this draws unwanted attention. As food and relief supplies become more readily available, there will be less of a need for this.
Smaller vehicles from our Haitian church partners come to our Port-au-Prince warehouse to pick up the food kits.
Each food kit gives a family of five one meal a day for two weeks.
You can also view the Helping Haiti  video on YouTube.
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 Helping Haiti: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSDYOFiprEQ&rel=0
 It’s Time to Start Over in Haiti: http://blog.compassion.com/start-over-its-time/
 Clean Water for Haiti: http://blog.compassion.com/clean-water-for-haiti-healing-waters-international/
 Haiti Earthquake Update: http://blog.compassion.com/haiti-earthquake-update/
 Earthquake Pictures From Haiti: http://blog.compassion.com/pictures-from-haiti-earthquake/
 Looking Past Haiti’s Short-Term Needs: http://blog.compassion.com/looking-past-haitis-short-term-needs/
 Life in Haiti After the Earthquake: Weary but Resilient: http://blog.compassion.com/life-in-haiti-after-the-earthquake-weary-but-resilient/
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