I had been out of touch with the Reverend Guillomettre lately — which was my loss. Guillomettre is a committed humanitarian and, on Easter, a passionate minister who preaches a \”hot sermon.\” But after the holidays, I was happy to receive a letter he sent to his friends in the U.S. and elsewhere about how Haiti is faring in the midst of the fourth anniversary of the devastating January 12, 2010, earthquake.
It is a mixed milestone, to say the least. Guillomettre recalls how, four years ago, many humanitarians \”stood up\” to support Haiti and remembers the many ways \”churches and organizations working in development throughout the world arrived in Haiti to show solidarity with the Haitian people.\”
Guillomettre\’s organization, which has done great work in the area of support for food cooperatives in northwestern Haiti, offered a word of thanks to those who provided support, assistance and solidarity to the people of Haiti. via | Chris Herlinger