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  1. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    There is probably a lot of talk about with Haiti. But why, with the billions we have spent on them in helping them with the earthquake disaster, can we not supply them with bleach and soap to prevent this outbreak? Source: Cholera outbreak creeps closer to Haiti's capital PORT-AU-PRINCE...
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    Haiti president: 3 years needed to move rubble Sanitation problems persist in Haiti By KIRSTEN JOHNSON and CAROLINA CORREA, Associated Press Writers Kirsten Johnson And Carolina Correa, Associated Press Writers – 29 mins ago PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – It will take three long years to...
  3. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    Haiti president: 3 years needed to move rubble PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – It will take three long years to clear the rubble left by Haiti's devastating earthquake, said President Rene Preval who admitted even he's still afraid to sleep under concrete in case another quake strikes. "It will take...
  4. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    It looks like those that have evacuated the city, are returning and are not welcome. "I didn't like it there (outside the city)," said Marie Marthe Juste, selling fried dough on the streets of the capital's Petionville suburb after returning from La Boule, in the mountains 20 miles (30 kms) to...
  5. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    The longest documented case of anybody surviving without water is 8 days. That expires today. Soon, in the next day or two the Haitian government will need to declare the rescue operations over and switch to recovery. It's a sad moment, but it has to be called. One person that comes to...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    In a word ... Haiti.
  7. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    US Troops have set up in the semi-protected Haitian presidential palace grounds. A show of force to keep the thugs a bay is a good thing. But what political ramifications will we have to deal with? ----------- PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – U.S. Navy helicopters touched down on the grounds of...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/01/haiti_six_days_later.html If these photos aren't enough to convince your friends and family that they should start prepping, they're probably hopeless. The picture below: "Looters steal a bag of another looter who lies dead, shot by the police on...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Interesting commentary on the earthquakes in Haiti and the lessons we can learn from the aftermath: http://mark12ministries.wordpress.com/2010/01/16/haiti-earthquake-aftermath-provides-lessons-for-survivalists/ I agree with this writer ... none of us should rely on our government at any level...
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    http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/americas/01/15/haiti.earthquake/ Basically, the aid isn't happening fast enough and people are starting to take things into their own hands. 4-7 days for first real aid to arrive, with people already starving and ready to take what they need. A lot can be...
  11. General Discussion
    Haiti 7.0 Earthquake was only 6.2 miles below the earth's surface. Haiti does have a network of support workers for disaster relief, but getting support to them will be difficult.
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