A Little Haitian Ingenuity

Below is a video of relief supplies being unloaded from the 220-foot ship that was carrying 10 containers from Cross. The food, water, medicines, and other goods are now being distributed to earthquake victims in Les Cayes.

Because the southern seaside town has only a small harbor with a wharf that cannot accommodate large vessels, small boats were used to transport the relief supplies to shore. Loading the 20-foot containers on the little boats was quite a feat!

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