Haiti Donates USD $20,000 To the Philippines

You often hear stories of countries donating to Haiti but how often do you hear stories of Haiti donating to others? Well read this... the Haitian Red Cross has just has just donated U.S. $20,000 to the Philippine Red Cross on behalf of the Haitian people due to passage of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philipines... Is this a great story or what?

Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

As you are probably aware, the Philippines has recently been hit by their deadliest typhoon on record, typhoon Haiyan killing at least 5,235 people and leaving behind a trail of destruction.

At the the Red Cross and Red Crescent General Assembly in Sydney Australia, the Haitian red cross delivered a check of U.S. $20,000 to the Philippine Red Cross, A symbolic gesture to say to the Filipino people that the Haitian people are with you.

Haiti fè yon bèl jès mezanmi... Sa-w panse?

I read once in an article that, when you are a GIVER, whatever you need will be available for you. Haiti needs to transform itself into a GIVER...

Believe me, I really want to read more stories like "Haiti DONATES" and less of "Haiti RECEIVES..."

What to you think about that?

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Ricart says...

The Philippines should return that money and make sure it ends up in the pocket of the needy, not the corrupt government

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Patrick Princivil says...

Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah!

Sé kob sa a Moïse Jean Charles ak tout alcholic parey li yo té wyè a! Sé pou tèt sa yo té profité bay Prézidan Michel Marttelly 24 heures pou'l pat Prezidan encore, sé yeux yo ki té fè sang sou l'argent sa a?

Min malheuresement sé pa yon l'argent ké ti politisyen coco-rate pieds sal ka volè, sé obligatoire, sé yon bagay mondiale mwen kwè ké li yé, sé yon ako ki siyen quelque soit sé yon chien ki Prezidan ou Premié ministre, depuis gin yon démolisyon tropical nan yon pays ké tout lot pays dévelopé et sou dévelopé yo doué bay kotizasyon pa yo, zyeux nèg yo pa besoin sinyin sou l'argent sa a. Mwen gin intensyon kob sa a sé gouvernement Américain an ki pran'l depi anlè pou'l remettre li en philipine.

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Edeline says...

You have to give in other to receive even a little can do much great gesture guys proud to be

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Yvetteduverge says...

Keep praying for Haiti my brothers and sisters and you will read more of these stories.God bless you

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Garry says...

Yes, she has answered my prayers.

Haiti will become a beacon if we hold together with Martelly.

Moreover let the ones stateless comeback home with no questions asked.

You will have no choice but to create them jobs. Difficulties create opportunities an

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Aly says...

Acts 20:35 - In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.' "

It would be very intelligent for Haitians to change their statute from "Receiving Beggars" to "Giving Donors".

It is clear that by virtue of the principle of "Universal Law", a GIVER will always have something to give, whereas the BEGGAR is always in the habit/need of receiving like a cemetery, a bottomless pit.

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Maryse says...

Yes, it is why because Haiti is not the same way it used to be. We have to say President Michel Martelly did a lot to change the image of Haiti and this is why I love him so

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Blanc Cady says...

That's great of this administration I wish all haitians could work together bring a new thought of haiti like this

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Calixte Guerrier says...

This is good for Haiti in years to come. May God bless you, and may God bless

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