Haiti Bloggers

Two months later: Haitian Earthquake Victim Ralph is doing great!

Facing a hopeless future, Ralph met Scientology Volunteer Minister Ayal Lindeman, who moved heaven and earth to get him proper care.

A 22-year-old Haitian engineering student, Ralph Mary Gedeon, who arrived in the U.S. February 18 for the surgery and treatments necessary for him to get a prosthetic leg, is now out of the hospital in a rehabilitation facility.Brought to the United States by Scientology Volunteer Minister Ayal Lindeman, Gedeon has responded to the surgery and massive IV antibiotics, and is well on his way to a full recovery.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers in the new Haiti Podcast of Kerri Kasem

Hosts and guests of the Kerri Kasem Show #102

Kerri Kasem Show #102 - interviews with several Scientology Volunteer Ministers who have returned from Haiti: Josh (who was working in the Miami Hospital Tent Operating room), Cassandra Hepburn (working in refugee camps and orphanages), Felix Kunze (documenting the scene in Haiti) and others. Kerri has been in Haiti herself and adds her personal observations to the mix.

Listen to it here!

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Haiti Relief blog: personal accounts of Scientology Volunteers that were in Haiti

Scientology Volunteer Ministers in action

Scientology Volunteer Ministers come from all walks of life but what unifies them is their purpose to help. Fascinating personal accounts of Haiti Volunteers can be found in many places but we'd like to recommend a few.




Kerri Kasem Podcast: Show #82 - Kerri Goes to Haiti

Kerri Kasem headed to Haiti to do all she could to help out. (thekpod.com)

"So we are driving in there and you start to see these signs, 'Help! Help! We need water and food',spray painted on the side of things with arrows, leading to where people are injured."

Radio and TV host Kerri Kasem tells about her disaster relief trip to Haiti beginning of February 2010 (Podcast).


Haiti Disaster Relief: First-Hand Account of New York State Paramedic

"We had all types of injuries: trauma to the head from roofs collapsing and debris falling on the people, broken arms, legs, internal injuries, deep lacerations."

Barbara Albert, New York State paramedic, gives a personal first-hand account of her work in Haiti on "Youth Radio" of Youth Media International:  "My mission began Saturday the 16th.  It was three groups that joined together as one: Bedstuy Volunteer Ambulance Corp. (made of New York State EMT's and paramedics), The Haitian-American doctors and nurses abroad, and the volunteer ministers of the Church of Scientology. Together we formed the Haiti Rescue Team. ..."

Flight over Port-au-Prince, Haiti

A bit of camera footage in high-definition showing the US Navy loading their helicopter for a water drop on a hill in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and short sequences of the flight.


Working with the Scientology Volunteer Ministers in Haiti

Scientology Volunteer Ministers in a convoy to Port Au Prince.

I met Scientology Volunteer Ministers for the first time in the Dominican Republic, Cheryl, Collin and Matt, who had just flown in from Miami. I told them I was from the States and looking to team up with an organization to go to Haiti to assist in any way possible. I was thrilled when Cheryl accepted my request and allowed me to accompany them to Haiti to assist with the relief effort there, considering the fact other organizations such as the Red Cross and UNICEF had not responded to my request to work with them in Haiti. 

Scientologists, En Route to Haiti, provide medical supplies

Scientology Volunteer Ministers charter today - Supplies stacked up at Miami airport, ready to go on the plane to Port-au-Prince

A Long Island Scientologist couple, Christina and Richard, is sending a special gift to the people of Haiti-crutches.  They are flying from Miami on the Scientology-sponsored chartered flight Sunday February 14 and will join the Scientology Disaster Response Team that has been in Haiti since January 17, just five days after the quake.  Before leaving their home in Bay Shore, New York, the couple organized a community drive for crutches and other vital supplies for Haiti.  A physical therapist, Christina will be working with earthquake victims, helping them learn to cope with

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