Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Christian Veterinary Mission Serving Haiti Since 1981


Christian Veterinary Mission has served in Haiti since the early 1980s and has set up a dedicated fund for earthquake relief. They currently have three long-term fieldworkers on site, all of whom have checked in as safe. They have also trained more than 1,000 village-level animal health workers.

The fieldworkers are "working with the Haitian people to assess the damage, respond to the immediate needs, and understand how to help once again," CVM Executive Director Dr. Kit Flowers said in a statement.

Christian Veterinary Mission seeks to help veterinarians serve others and live out their Christian faith through their profession. We seek to change lives and communities by improving the care of livestock and other animals.

Donate to the Christian Veterinary Mission Haiti Earthquake Fund.
Plese visit http://www.cvmusa.org/Page.aspx?&pid=183

1 comment:

FitzLemon said...

Poor donkey, another slave as i see on that pick.