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Haiti Earthquake: Photos tell the story

Children need toilets

The SOS Safe Haven for 300 Children needs some toilets.

Mothers and children queue up for medical help
Mothers and children queue up for medical help at the mobile centre set up by the Red Cross in our grounds
Did you see what happened to our community centre?
Did you see what happened to our community centre? But it still is a place to sit and eat amongst the rubble when SOS does a food distribution.
 
 
Drinking water for the next distribution
Drinking water for the next distribution; water is a gift of live and we are grateful for UNICEF for giving us deliveries of safe drinking water
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All our SOS families took in extra lone children after the earthquake; these are three this mother took on
 
 
Two girls fetching water for the village when our generator was broken
Two girls fetching water for the village when our generator was broken; fortunately it is mended now and the water flows from bore hole to water tower throughout the village
Children can be good company for each other
These twins lost their parents in the earthquake but a supporting community soon existed around them, and some of the older girls who grew up in the SOS Village took care while the SOS mother was away
 
 
Mothers and children queue up for medical help
Mothers and children queue up for medical help at the mobile centre set up by the Red Cross in our grounds
Mothers quickly prepared food with the SOS Children delivery Port-au-Prince
Mothers quickly prepared food with the SOS Children delivery Port-au-Prince
 
 
Somewhere to walk past without really looking but...
Somewhere to walk past without really looking but...
 
Image what it would be like if this was your home
Image what it would be like if this was your home: think about the privacy, smell, hygiene, possessions... when a few days ago you had your own little place with a working bathroom
   
   
   

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