God is our strong refuge; he is truly our helper in times of trouble. For this reason we do not fear when the earth shakes, and the mountains tumble into the depths of the sea, Psalm 46:1-2

Pou chèf sanba yo. Se yon chante pitit Kore yo pou yo chante tou dousman. Se Bondye ki tout pwoteksyon nou, se li menm ki tout fòs nou. Li toujou pare pou ban nou sekou lè nou anba tray. Psalm 46:1-2

Friday, February 5, 2010

Question - surgical supplies

Do they have hats, masks, and sterile gloves?


  1. I am of the opinion that we bring everything with. Even if they already have them, our being there won't exhaust thier supplies. Other thoughts?

  2. This is the question. Do we waste space bringing gloves if they already have them when what they really need is rolls of plaster or ET tubes or bottles of Amoxicillin? Is there any way we can get a list of what is REALLY needed? Is there any contact at the hospital that someone has found or is there a contact at CURE that is keeping track of supplies getting low? Ellen Hanson

  3. That's right. All volunteers who planned to help in Haiti should bring all the medical supplies necessary. There are a lot of people who needs it. Even if they already have it, it is always better that you have it in times.

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