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UPDATE JANUARY 20, 2010 (Day 4) (Cont)

EK IS HELPING TO DELIVER A BABY RIGHT NOW!!!! CAN-DO TEAM

UPDATE FROM THE FIELD-JANUARY 19, 2010

I am cruzing around in a 1200 gallon water truck- with a local here that has an operation (where I am staying) they have 17 trucks that can do 100,000 gallons of purified water A DAY- I have seen the operation it’s real and it’s legit- he needs desiel – need 10,000 gallons to make it happen/5,000 would do for now- I have documented it all to show anyone who can help back in the states or here in HAITI this can happen if someone supplies us the fuel- once we have the fuel, once we have the fuel, we can but fully operational within 8 hours- if there are ANY NGO’s here that are in the business of setting up wells, please contact me at ek@can-do.org!!!!!!! It’s really bad out here- thx! ek

UPDATE FROM THE FIELD: JANUARY 19, 2010

One phone call-30minutes later 30,000 gallons of purified CLEAN drinking water distributed- with no problems and no bs(red tape) – and something else important to remember, it was a Haitian based company – the same company we r all working with- same company we r trying to raise the fuel for- u guys can make this happen- r making it happen! -Thank u from Haiti!

Haiti - Eric Klein in the field

UPDATE – FROM THE FIELD: Day 2- January 18, 2010
All good- not much sleep- heading out down into Delmas neighbourhood(5-10miles from airport) – so far, we have established 1 POD(point of disto) outside the house where we r staying- just so those of u checking in know, the plan here is- we r setting up or identifying distribution points as we go along for our return in February (this info will also be passed along to other orgs/ngos coming in)the reason for this is so we can feed these “PODS” with supplies coming in from the nearby airport

will advise- THX, EK Read more

UPDATE FROM THE FIELD-January 18, 2010

– just left St Louis Highschool- (completely demolished) -1500-2000 people surviving in make shift tents – this would be the most ideal place for distribution of goods and medical servs- close to the airport, easier to set up and manage- only thing coming in is water- which tends to cause small riots because there is NOT enough- people just trying to survive- please contact North Face- or any sporting good co for tents!! we r in process of setting up logistics for receiving – will advise-
Becky – see if u can get in touch with several of these co’s and start the process- thx u! ek

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