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Israel Flying Aid, Orange Israel Create Haiti Orphanage, Provide Humanitarian Aid
Date:1/25/2010

Israel Flying Aid and Orange Israel Telecommunications have announced today that they are aiding humanitarian efforts in Haiti by creating an orphanage which will immediately accommodate 70 children. This will be the first of three stages of establishing the orphanage which is expected to absorb over 200 children. The Israel Defense Forces - IDF - will be providing fresh, running drinking water, an electric generator, tents and primary medical treatment.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PRWEB) Jan. 25, 2010 -- Israel Defense Forces Field Hospital (PRWEB) January 25, 2010 ---- Israel Flying Aid and Orange Israel Telecommunications have announced today that they plan to aid humanitarian efforts in Haiti by creating an orphanage which will immediately accommodate 70 children.

This will be the first of three stages of establishing an orphanage which is expected to absorb over 200 children in Haiti.

Israel Flying Aidwith representatives of Orange Israel are now in Haiti accessing an orphanage which was destroyed in the earthquake. When Gal Lusky, CEO and founder of IFA and David Avner, CEO of Orange Israel arrived at the orphanage that they believe will become the one that they will sponsor and contribute to, the children had no food and were suffering from severe malnutrition.

The orphanage based in Port au Prince, Haiti, which was struck by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake two weeks ago, will embrace 45 to 70 girls between 2 -14 years of age and will be staffed by both Haitians and Israel volunteers. These volunteers will provide educational, social services, nutrition, trauma treatment working in cooperation 20 Nuns.

The IDF will be provided fresh, running drinking water, an electric generator, tents and primary medical treatment.

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