CRS Staff Security Director on Worker Safety in Haiti

Patrick Johns, CRS director of staff security, discusses conditions faced by CRS workers in Haiti in this Baltimore Sun video.

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  1. Elizabeth Barrett Says:

    Haiti Field Workers:

    The children of BRESMA orphanage need help. Here are the directions to two of the houses where the children are

    Directions to BRESMA III (Jamie and Ali’s House) (near BRESMA II):

    > Take Delmas uphill to the Caribbean market. Turn left and cut over to Rte. Freres at the Texaco Station. The Lesely center/ motorcycle taxi stand is on your right (Delmas 105). Turn right into Delmas 105. Continue straight and down a steep hill that had one bridge completed and another under construction spanning a deep ravine. Continue straight to the second street. There is a tree on an island in the middle of the road. Shortly afterward the road splits. Take the right fork, which curves very sharply to the right and up a steep hill. The house is the property around which the road curves. Its gate is the first one on the right.

    > BRESMA II (big kids house)

    > Latitude: 18031’27.45″N
    > Longitude: 72016’40.16″W

  2. Bamboat Florence Mambotiji Says:

    Hello Elizabeth,
    May the Good Lord bless you all as you give your helping hand to the children and other victims of the Haiti earthquake. I am a 42 years old Cameroonian woman. I am ready to relocate and do my corporal work of mercy with you in taking care of the children in Haiti.
    Can you let me know if this can be possible?
    I feel so passionate when I see pictures of suffering children on T.V.

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