We had the impression that the hurricane was losing strength and opened a window (diminishing rain and less wind), so we all worked together to prepare a new tent with 24 beds to treat cholera patients at the gate of the Global Outreach base at Titanyen. This tent, damaged by the storm, was fixed and improved. All team members, including medical professionals, helped with sledge hammers and tools to get it ready. So it's ready for any case. A team just left to go to a village nearby called Cabaret to attend to a cholera patient who is very ill.
We believe the storm and rain will continue during the night, and then the weather should open up so we can fly [back to Ecuador] tomorrow as planned. We're all safe and sound, thanks to the Lord. We haven't heard about much about the full impact of the storm and how much damage it caused.