The next phase of assistance to Haiti is to help in the long run to rebuild the country since the January 12, 2010 clergy from 21 countries over 300,000 people have helped more than 300 volunteer Scientology. Including thousands of orphans. The support was in the form of accommodation, food, medical care, education and the processing of traumatic events. At the same time, disaster workers, refugees, teachers and students are trained and assistance contributed to the reconstruction work. Within a week after the catastrophic day Scientology chartered Church the first of a total of six flights.
369 medical specialists and responders were brought together with the Scientology Volunteer clergy to Haiti. In addition, there were 263,000 pounds food, medical and other supplies in the country. Locally, the clergy all distributed to refugees, charities, schools, hospitals and clinics. Because the medical infrastructure had collapsed, assisted the Volunteer Ministers in operations, helped bring babies into the world, organized medical transports and took care of many patients. For weeks, clerics at the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince, in the tent Hospital of the University of Miami and in makeshift hospitals and clinics around the city were Scientology.
A team supported a Haitian relief organization, to rebuild an orphanage which now takes care of 111 orphans. Other volunteer Ministers gave organizational and logistical support in refugee camp in Port-au-Prince and remote towns and helped to build eight camps to Haiti around, including one on the border with the Dominican Republic. You trained more than 281 Haitian teams of volunteers who had joined them, to provide assistance in the neighborhood and refugee camps throughout the region. The next phase of assistance to Haiti is to help rebuild the country in the long term. The Volunteer Ministers work Here closely with the locals together, build shelters and are helpful to get back working the water and sewage system. More information: press-service of the SK Bayern e.V., be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munich, contact: Uta Eilzer, TEL. 089-38607-145, FAX. 089-38607-109,