International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC ) Aid Flows Into Haiti ( 10 February 2010 ). 270.000 οι νεκροί στους ομαδικούς τάφους!

Baltimore, Md. (IOCC) — Aid provided to Haiti by International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) is nearing $1.7 million and continues to flow into the country nearly one month after the disastrous earthquake struck.

The distribution of aid supplies, which began arriving to Haiti within one week of the disaster, has directly served an estimated 75,000 people.

Humanitarian assistance has recently been distributed in Port-au-Prince as well as areas to the west of the capital in the towns of Gressier, Léogane and Petit Goave.

Tents, hygiene kits, shelter materials, fuel, food, blankets, jerry cans for water, water purifiers and mattresses have been shipped and distributed throughout Haiti in cooperation with ACT Alliance partners Lutheran World Federation and Christian Aid.

All of the items for distribution were purchased in the Dominican Republic and Haiti in an effort to support the local economy and promote the renewed flow of commerce on the island.

In addition to these basic items, medicines valued at $1.2 million are also being distributed in cooperation with long-time IOCC partner Medical Teams International.

IOCC is also working to support the efforts of Orthodox partners in Haiti, where there are an estimated 3,000 Orthodox Christians.

Aid is now reaching Léogane where the Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church was completely destroyed during the January 12 earthquake. IOCC is providing food and hygiene items to 350 Orthodox faithful in six parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR) in Haiti with the support of a $10,000 grant from the ROCOR «Fund for Assistance.»

A similar response to assist 166 Orthodox families under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s Metropolis of Mexico is also underway.

IOCC has also donated an ambulance to the St. Francois de Salle hospital in Port au Prince through our partner Catholic Relief  Services.

A container with 250 adult wheelchairs, 250 crutches and 200 walkers is being shipped to Haiti to assist those who have been disabled through injuries sustained during the catastrophe. The wheelchairs are being provided in partnership with UCP Wheels for Humanity.

Those who wish to help are encouraged to continue assembling hygiene kits for shipment to Haiti and other areas of need around the world. Information on assembling hygiene and other kits is available on IOCC’s website at

IOCC is the official humanitarian aid agency of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA) and a member of the ACT Alliance, a global coalition of churches and agencies engaged in development, humanitarian assistance and advocacy.

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A Special Message From The IOCC Chairman of the Board

Also donations to Haiti via Orthodox Mission in Haiti ( Holy Metropolis of Mexico )- Ecumenical Patriarchate :


Additionally, Bank deposits can be made directly to CITIBANK F.S.B. – #271070801 – SWIFT CODE CITI US 33 for the account of ORTHODOX MISSIONS MEXICO – 708 HANBURY DRIVE – DES PLAINES, ILLINOIS 60016- CUENTA DE CHEQUES #800775353.

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«Θάψαμε 270,000 ανθρώπους σε ομαδικούς τάφους», λέει ο πρόεδρος της Αϊτής.Περίπου 3.000.000 οι άστεγοι…

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