Most of these posts contain a lot of “technical” information—but in a sense, that’s what we do. We’re like developing world UPS, except we operate more like a cartel—without the drugs, violence and corruption. We started up two-weeks ago, and already we’re looking for an exit strategy. For the sake of simplicity, we’ve identified three phases in this effort.
Phase 1: Urgent aid to PAP. Our usefulness in this regard is limited. Once commodities reenter the PAP marketplace; we’re done.
Phase 2: Refugees. We are starting to deliver aid to communities taking in refugees. This will become an even greater need than Phase 1. We are targeting communities that we have existing relationships with—and most importantly, the one we live in. This will rollover into Phase 3.
Phase 3: Long-term relief/development/discipleship. More to come
We have delivered supplies (or will be delivering supplies in the next 3-5 days) to the following ministries:
Baptist Haiti Mission
Christian Horizons Global
Christian Light Foundation
Christian Veterinary Mission
CrossWorld / UEBH
God’s Littlest Angels Orphanage
Fellowship International Mission
Haiti Health Ministries
Haiti Home of Hope
Haitian American Friendship Foundation
Haitian Baptist Convention
House of Bread
HIS Home for Children
Many Hands of Haiti
Mission Aviation Fellowship
New Mission Systems International
Open Door Baptist Mission
World Wide Village