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MACS is helping out in Haiti

12 December 2012

Following the devastating earthquake in Haiti and a subsequent cholera outbreak, MACS sent in reinforcements to get the SCMS (a delivery partner for USAID) warehouse, which dispatches vital antiviral drugs, back to

Following the devastating earthquake in Haiti and a subsequent cholera outbreak, MACS sent in reinforcements to get the SCMS (a delivery partner for USAID) warehouse, which dispatches vital antiviral drugs, back to full operational capacity.

As a result, implementation director Richard Miller recently completed a four month stint in Haiti supporting the MACS WMS site. "The people I worked with had an amazing amount of energy and determination despite the devastating experiences they'd been through. We were often left with no electricity and the cost of basic items in the supermarkets was extortionate. A single lettuce retailed at £8! It was also the rainy and hurricane season - 'luckily' we only had one hurricane."
 
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