Feed the Children
- Feed The Children has established a base of operations providing medical relief for 12,000 people in the Souers Salesiennes/St. Bosco camp in Carrefour, Haiti.
- The World Food Programme and Unicef are partnering with Feed the Children to provide food and milk for the entire camp. The World Health Organization is providing all of their medications and Oxfam Great Britain is providing a latrine.
- There is still a critical need for baby food and formula at this time.
But the job is far from over . . . it will take months. Right now we must make sure children and families are reached with the help they truly need.
World Vision has opened two children's centers at the San Jose Recovery Center and the Good Samaritan Hospital in the Haiti-Dominican Republic border town of Jimani. The centers, called Child-Friendly Spaces, are designed to provide children with a safe and structured place to go during crises.
World Vision staff members have expressed concern that children -- especially those separated from their families -- are at risk for neglect, abuse, or exploitation. Particularly notable is the movement of children without families toward the border with the Dominican Republic.
Help the children who survived the earthquake. Thanks to generous private donor, the U.S. Fund is able to absorb all administrative costs so 100% of your donation will support UNICEF's work for children in Haiti.
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