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Haiti Mission
P.O. Box 632
Bowling Green, KY 42102
June 24, 2014

Dear Mission Partners:
Thank you so very much for your support for the Haitian People. There is a special need at this time as there are three things that are causing problems. One of them is a fever that is wide spread in Haiti, which is causing some to be paralyzed in parts of their body.
Dengue fever also known as breakbone fever, is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Dengue is transmitted by several species of mosquito. (If you want to research this more, please go to goggle and type in "Dengue fever.") the only medicine that they are able to get is Ibuprofen for pain and temperature. One Pastor was so bad he was bleeding from the kidneys and bowels. He was taken to the hospital; they had no medicine so the doctor writes a prescription and one of the pastors had to go to Port-Au-Prince to get the medicine which cost $365.00 , plus I have sent several hundred to buy Ibuprofen, and this has been ongoing for several weeks and seems at this time there is no relief. I get two to three calls a week asking for help. I have sent money by MoneyGram several times lately for them to buy medicine.
There is also a problem with cholera reoccurring. Many are sick from that, and even some die.
Hunger is also getting to be a big problem especially for the elderly as there is no social security, welfare, state aid, and the price of food has gone very high; therefore they are unable to buy what they need. It also is a problem for the school to have food for the children.
Again, thank you for your faithful support and let us continue to pray for the people of Haiti and our churches.
Yours truly,
Pastor David E. Penrod
Haiti Mission Director

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