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The Salvation Army  In Haiti Earthquake Relief Team
The Territorial Commander,  Colonel Onal Castor (second from right) arrives back home in Haiti.  Photo taken at the airpor...
The Territorial Commander  immediately gets to work
Divisional Headquarters
Victims gather on Salvation Army compound where a triage was immediately set up to treat them
The Salvation Army College Verena, a school for some 1500 students damaged by the quake.
A portion of the college exterior wall
Patients receiving treatment and comfort on the Army’s compound
The Salvation Army quarters lies in ruins
The Divisional Commander,  Major Lucien Lamartiniere  receives an appreciative hug
Damage on every street
Still looking and listening for survivors
Fires burn in many parts of the country
Victims await treatment at the Army’s overextended clinic
Rubble fills the streets making them impassable
Yet another impassable street
Crumbled building are everywhere in the city and throughout the countryside
A young girl receives treatment
A grandmother shows the strain of her horrific experience
Badly wounded but grateful for treatment
Salvation Army workers continue to look for victims in the rubble
Very basic materials are available for bandaging wounds
Salvation Army relief team arriving in Haiti meet to discuss strategy
Typical street seen in Port au Prince
Disaster Response & Mobile Feeding Canteen has arrived from Dominican Republic
 
In the midst of death there is new life
 
 
The agony and misery are still very intense
Medical aid is still being provided on the spot as victims are discovered
Victim emerging from the rubble
 
Cadets assist with sorting clothing for Haiti
 
To help send your contribution contact us at  www.salvationarmy.org.au
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Haiti Appeal Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army relief efforts in Haiti

  • I remember my wonderful visit to Haiti and seeing the schools and clinics as well as our people. There is a vibrant Salvation Army there, and I know that our awesome, loving God will restore and rebuild our places and our people as He has promised - Isaiah 61:4 My love to you all, and my constant prayer for all the people of Haiti and those ministering to them.
    From General Eva Burrows (Rtd)
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Haiti Appeal Salvation Army

  1. The Salvation Army In Haiti Earthquake Relief Team
  2. The Territorial Commander, Colonel Onal Castor (second from right) arrives back home in Haiti. Photo taken at the airport in Haiti
  3. The Territorial Commander immediately gets to work
  4. Divisional Headquarters
  5. Victims gather on Salvation Army compound where a triage was immediately set up to treat them
  6. The Salvation Army College Verena, a school for some 1500 students damaged by the quake.
  7. A portion of the college exterior wall
  8. Patients receiving treatment and comfort on the Army’s compound
  9. The Salvation Army quarters lies in ruins
  10. The Divisional Commander, Major Lucien Lamartiniere receives an appreciative hug
  11. Damage on every street
  12. Still looking and listening for survivors
  13. Fires burn in many parts of the country
  14. Victims await treatment at the Army’s overextended clinic
  15. Rubble fills the streets making them impassable
  16. Yet another impassable street
  17. Crumbled building are everywhere in the city and throughout the countryside
  18. A young girl receives treatment
  19. A grandmother shows the strain of her horrific experience
  20. Badly wounded but grateful for treatment
  21. Salvation Army workers continue to look for victims in the rubble
  22. Very basic materials are available for bandaging wounds
  23. Salvation Army relief team arriving in Haiti meet to discuss strategy
  24. Typical street seen in Port au Prince
  25. Disaster Response & Mobile Feeding Canteen has arrived from Dominican Republic
  26.  
  27. In the midst of death there is new life
  28.  
  29.  
  30. The agony and misery are still very intense
  31. Medical aid is still being provided on the spot as victims are discovered
  32. Victim emerging from the rubble
  33.  
  34. Cadets assist with sorting clothing for Haiti
  35.  
  36. To help send your contribution contact us at www.salvationarmy.org.au

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