doxt sl price More than six months have passed since a 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed upwards of a quarter million people and left 1 million homeless. In the days after the earthquake, Haiti — which is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere — was deluged with help from around the world. Among the first to provide emergency relief was Convoy of Hope, which was already in country.
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isoniazid price in india “Part of our recovery strategy is to increase the number of children in our feeding initiative by tens of thousands,” says Donaldson. “By ensuring children have adequate food, clean water and hygiene education we are investing in Haiti’s future.”
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- Sent 1814 metric tons of food and supplies to Haiti
- Provided more than 9 million meals
- Served more than 1 million people
- Installed large-scale Culligan water purification units that can each produce 56.000 liters of clean drinking water each day
- Placed more than 2,000 water purification units in homes, schools, orphanages and churches
- Begun partnering with other organizations to help rebuild schools and churches devastated by the earthquake.
azulfidine need prescription In September, when the school year starts, Convoy of Hope will be feeding more than 25,000 children each day. By the end of 2011 the goal is to be feeding more than 45,000 children every day.
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