Just a quick update today. We walked to the nearby University where 15,000 people are living in tents and ran into a clinic being run by ADRA Spain. It seems to be the only working clinic serving these people. We also stopped by ADRA headquarters, a German helicopter team flies in everyday from the DR and takes supplies from ADRA’s warehouse to more remote areas of Haiti. ADRA is working with the UN and it sounds like they’re in charge of getting food to the people living in PAP's neighborhood of Carrefour, a pretty big place. We also hung out with some of the people living in the post-op tents, I showed them some video that I shot which they seemed to enjoy. We got some good stories in the ER tonight. A 67 year old woman who has had a dislocated and broken hip since the earthquake, a 4 day old baby almost died but once they got an IV in she seemed to really perk up, and another child who had a skin infection (we think she was found in some dirty water after the earthquake). Tomorrow is our first day with a translator, can’t wait.
Also, I think all the pictures so far have been taken by Cosmin.