Monday, February 15, 2010

Haiti Day 6: strangers in a strange land

Some of you may be wondering where we are staying. We are camped out
at Quesqueya Christian School which is serving as base camp for about
200 medical relief workers from all over the world. There are teams
here from europe, japan, aruba, and the US. This place is amazing...
They are coordinating many of the medical needs with us volunteer
providers for the whole country. The boys tent it, and us girls have
a classroom where we sleep on mats and bags with mosquito nets. Our
room has a sink and a toilet with wAter that works most of the time.
We shower in group showers outside and have electricity. They serve
us one hot meal a day which is always rice and beans. Here is the
laundry facility!


LLH Designs said...

Just said a prayer for you and the ones you are serving. Missy told me about your blog. You are brave and faithful, Jill Ann. May the Lord multiply the work of your hands. Love...Linsey

Missy @ It's Almost Naptime said...

Praying for constantly working toilets. Amen.