Haiti Earthquake 2010

Posted: April 23 - 2010

At the time of this video being shot, ShelterBox has sent more than 8,000 ShelterBoxes to Haiti after the earthquake on January 12.

Each box contains emergency shelter provision and life saving supplies. In Haiti, ShelterBox has been working with the French Red Cross, the US 82nd Airborne Division, IOM, ACTED, the Dutch military, local Rotarians, Scouts, MSF and Handicap International.


Boxes have been distributed to the people in most need.

Please visit www.shelterbox.org to find out how you can help support ShelterBox's work around the world.




 
 
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