• Eunice Tassone

May 11, 2020: Food Relief

The second shipment of food relief was delivered to our nine villages on Saturday. The kids were lined up waiting. The first shipment ran out a few days earlier than we had planned. The greatest violence in the world is hunger…especially when children have to endure it. Hunger does not recognized borders. To add to the problems created by the Covid-19 virus, the lack of rain ruined all of the crops so the food that would have carried them through the next few months, until the next crop could be harvested, was lost. Haiti suffers with great dignity. They have much to teach us.

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