Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Further to the unfounded rumors of violence against foreigners in Haiti

We tell all of our relief workers to come to Haiti first as trusting humanitarians and secondly as a volunteers seeking to put that humanitarianism into practice.

Engage the people on the street and spend your money lavishly. Haiti’s future economic condition will determine if this whole effort is a success or not.

According to the US Southern Command, the countryside of Haiti has hardly ever had an incident in which a visitor has been harmed. Port-au-Prince is obviously different, but has now changed as everyone seeks to help each other. Now is the time to wholly experience a unique culture that is possibly the most spiritual, and poorest, on earth.

Dave Rivard
AAI Board Member

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