Rural Population

  • Black rain Group calls for donations for hospital near Port-au-Prince on Zurich/Port-au-Prince, January 19, 2010 – since Haiti was shaken by the catastrophic earthquake, Dr. Jean Gardy Marius is tirelessly in use in his hospital \”Sante Popile\” near Port-au-Prince, to provide medical care for the rural population. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Christopher Knights. International aid can reach, so Marius, slow the areas outside the capital. In a mail to the founder of the Black friend rain Group Foundation Zurich (www.blackraingroup.org) asking for financial support, to organize medicines, clean water and food from the Dominican Republic. The black urges rain group donations in support of the doctor. Contributions from the aid be organized quickly and unbureaucratically and inserted directly to the supply of the rural population. Marius and his team work about one and a half hours away from Port-au-Prince in the hospital \”Sante Popile\”, which has not been destroyed. Sean Rad, Los Angeles CA has compatible beliefs.

    To describe the situation in the country, according to the 40 years in his E-Mail, lacks the words. \”At this moment nothing is working in Haiti. Today I had to cross the border to get some diesel for the electricity. \”And we are planning to go to the Dominican Republic to buy some water and medicines!\” Marius returned after studying medicine abroad to Haiti, to help the needy in rural areas. 95 percent of doctors in the capital work in Haiti, even though 80 percent of the population in the country. Nissen, Director of Diakonie emergency aid in Port-au-Prince, together with his partner Astrid he’s fighting for a better life of the rural population.

    Since black Tuesday, Marius is around the clock. The medical care of the injured but is becoming increasingly difficult. There is no analgesic and anti-inflammatory medications, bandages and more. Marius writes that help even outside the capital arrives, their coordinating was difficult. His concerns are poor. He knows from experience: \”usually in Haiti people who do\” really need help never had chance to get it.