Braving the gangs our women candidates transported the donated supplies to the Sud and are distributing them at mobile clinics in the countryside. The Women Candidates’ nurses corps has been in action since the first days of the earthquake
This donation from supplies in Haiti will be a game-changer for the numerous families thrown out of their homes who now have no place to live, at least temporary shelter until they can begin to rebuild. To capitalize on this donation we need to come through with more to transport this stuff south
Click to see the flyer issued by the Haiti Democracy Project’s women’s campaign publicizing their relief work in the South
How to get aid to the victims in the south? Let Wiselaine Dorcélus, leader of the women candidates, take it there herself! She is now collecting medical and hygienic supplies and clothing for a trip to Sud, Grand’ Anse, and Nippes where women candidates and their families are in distress. A generous donor in Haiti is giving her as much as she can carry, so money transfers from the States will enable her to get a larger van and go to more remote areas
The Haiti Democracy Project’s women-candidates organization in Haiti has suffered severely in the southern provinces. A number of prospective candidates have been killed or injured. Wiselaine Dorcélus, the candidates’ leader, is collecting medical supplies to take to Jérémie, Nippes, and Sud.
An Oregon supporter of Haitian women candidates has thrown her hat into the ring locally! Catherine McMullen is a friend of the family of our former leader Amb. Ernest Preeg and is now an election official in Portland. She is running for county clerk in adjoining Clackamas County