In the Media
Haiti earthquake medical crisis: day 3 (msnbc report)
AidWEST was responsible for delivering desperately needed medical supplies and pain medication to three hospitals on both sides of the Haiti/Dominican Republic border in the first 4 days following the January 12 earthquake:
When the rains come
Although the plight of the Haitian earthquake victims has faded from the public consciousness in the rest of the world, the challenges continue. Join AidWEST director John Elliott as he interviews five of the 200,000 residents of the 550 improvised tent cities, so you can hear the story directly from the languishing victims themselves.
Haiti: in case of disaster
John Elliott, founder of AidWEST Humanitarian Care, speaking at the April 2010 International Medical Volunteer Conference Presentation at Emory University. He discussed his vision for dealing with disasters such as the Haiti earthquake.
Haiti’s Indominatable Spirit
This will cheer you up–shows the strength of children who have been through so much:
Photographs from medical mission
PHOTO COURTESY DR. MARSHALL SEGAL, U. OF CHICAGO