On the 28th of February I transcribed the story of Marie-Lynne Jean, the young lady who was at school when the earthquake happened and was under the rubble for three days.
After many weeks of attempting to save her foot, the doctors have decided that it is in her interest to have the foot/leg amputated. She will be flown to Dallas, Texas in the United States to undergo the intervention.
I will keep in touch with Gladys Thomas from the hospital in Haiti in order to keep you updated.
Finally tents have been distributed and the situation is more bearable in the camps. The issue though is still not resolved. These people are going to be living there for quite a while and the tent solution should have been a transition step until proper temporary housing is built. These people might have to, but should not be living in tents for so long. The climate in Haiti is not conducive to this sort of living condition.