The world was shocked on January 12, 2010 when a large earthquake and its aftershocks caused massive destruction in Haiti. CCHMP anxiously watched the news and received reports ON what was happening there. Click here for details on the earthquake. Below is the summary of what appeared on this website's home page.
January 14 -
CCHMP has learned that our clinic in
January 15 - We
continue to receive reports on the welfare of the people we personally know in
January 16 –
The medical team from St. Paul Haiti Mission Project had to spend the night in
Above, Dr. Lester Hartman and his daughter Sarah from St. Paul Haiti Mission Project arrived safely at the CCHMP clinic in Juampas January 17, 2010. They are pictured with friends Richardson, Pascal (who was one of seven students of a class of 30 who survived when their school collapsed in the earthquake) and Jothson (who was sick on the day the earthquake hit and didn’t go to school. His school was destroyed, killing almost 700 of his schoolmates.)
January 17 - The
medical team from St. Paul Haiti Mission Project arrived safe and sound in
Juampas today at about 11 a.m. They had to spend the night in the border
town, finally crossing the border this morning. They are going down the
mountain as far as they can to see if they can find people who need to get to a
clinic. They will have to leave at the crack of dawn or before to get to
January 18 - Click
here for a story on CCHMP in the Clinton Herald.
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Please Pray for the People of
was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to
drink'...Then the righteous will answer him, 'Lord, when was it that we saw you
hungry and gave you food, or thirsty and gave you something to drink?...'Truly I
tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my
family, you did it to me.'”
-- Matthew 25:35, 37, 40
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