Monday, February 8, 2010

Everybody Hurts


the fly in the web said...

I just hope we all remember to keep on helping Haitians when the first imact is over and world news rolls on to something else.

Clippy Mat said...

Hi Fly: I agree. It will take years of help and the first impact is only the beginning.
thanks for the comments

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love how folks all over the world are putting their hearts and wallets in haiti to help.
I pray for them to make a recovery.

C said...

this tragedy is so sad. totally unpreventable, too. i so wish i were in a better position financially to send some money to them. i would SO do that. my prayers are the only gifts i can give to help those poor people. god help each one, and bless them with what they need.

thanks pat.

very moving.


Clippy Mat said...

suz: the world has really come together over this tragedy. i hope we will soon see a good result from all of the efforts and giving. i pray for that too. x

C: prayer must be the best currency.
hugs :-)

Expat mum said...

I have friends who run a small hospital in Port au Prince. They are slowly but surely treating their patients, but their biggest problem is the ones that are supposed to be "recovered" won't leave. They have nowhere to go and are pitching tents around the hospital.
You can see it all on their Facebook page (Haitian Community Hospital) or their web site

The real help is going to be needed for years to come.

Clippy Mat said...

Hi Toni:
I checked out their website, thanks for the link.
Where are the Haitian people supposed to go now, this is the problem. New accommodations need to be built as soon and as quickly as possible. And something has to happen before the rainy season starts. Tents won't last 5 minutes.


Gill - That British Woman said...

well said Fly in the web.......the suffering will be there for a long time.


French Fancy said...

Good on you for posting the link. Let's hope that lots of money ends up where it's needed

Jenny said...

Good morning, saw you on Suz's blog and came to visit. It's nice to see people are still remembering to spread the word of help needed.