Haiti - Humanitarian : Food for The Poor Haiti on all fronts
Thursday, October 6, the NGO has delivered 7 tons of food to La Gonâve, 30 tons in Cap Haitien, 30 tons in Anse-à-Veau.
Friday, 7 October, a delegation of "Food For the Poor" left Port-au-Prince for the evaluation of all its projects
in the Nippes and South and give an assessment of 15 fishing villages that the NGO had built in Léogâne, Madian, Côtes de Fer, Aquin, Port-Salut, to Coteaux and Chardonnières.
Saturday, October 8, an NGO team left the capital by helicopter for the Grande Anse for a status report.
The same day, the NGO sent by sea to the Grande-Anse, 9 containers containing 225 tons of food (rice, peas, water, sugar, sausages) and also blankets. 2 containers will be delivered to Pestel, 5 to Jérémie and 2 to Dame Marie.
In addition, the town halls of Miragoâne, Jacmel, Léogâne, Petit-Goâve, Grand-Goâve, Gressier, Ganthier and Môle Saint Nicolas, each received 8 tons of rice and peas.
The Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince received rations to be distributed to the mountain communities of Léogane, Grand-Goâve and Petit-Goâve.
8 tons of food were delivered to Aquin and an equal number to the West Health Directorate, 25 tons of food were delivered to the Regional Centre of Food For the Poor to Balan near Ganthier. 8 tons to the Northwest Growers Association.
25 tons of food are en route to the Cayes and 25 tons of food are on their way to Port-Salut.
Moreover, Food for The Poor Haiti as delivered medicines to the Ministry of Public Health and bought 15 tons of Petit Mil produced locally, which will be delivered in the South shortly.
At the donations the NGO announces :
SOGEBANK made a pledge of $ 150,000 which will be used to reconstruct the roofs of Jérémie school and a school of Les Cayes;
The company "Comme Il Faut" has donated 20,000 US dollars to Food for the Poor. These funds were used to purchase: 1,300 cases of 24 bottles of 20oz of treated water and food provisions that could allow 150 families to eat for 15 days;
Culligan has provided 800 bottles of 5 gallons of treated water;
Matpar offered 5 boxes of Aquatab and 800 buckets of 5-gallon plastic that will fill Culligan with drinking water for free.
"Haiti Prime Apparel" offered 3,300 new shirts and pants.
However, The stocks of "Food for the Poor" working in Haiti for 30 years http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18817-haiti-humanitarian-thank-you-food-for-the-poor.html are more and more low hour after hour.
If you wish to participate in the effort by making a donation, please do so using the link for Haiti : https://champions.foodforthepoor.org/fundraise?fcid=793733
Be supportive and generous.