This is the worst disaster I have ever been in. The situation in Yangon is growing more desperate everyday as there is no electricity or water and food is getting very scarce. Just today, a women on our street came to us with here three young children. Her mother had been killed in the cyclone and the children had not eaten in two days.
We have made it to the only location in Yangon with an email connection tonight (tuesday).We are save and fine... but the situation here is very, very grim. Tremendous devastation.
We have staff in practically all of the affected areas and are desperately trying to find out the condition of about 40 that are still unaccounted for.
Relief isn't what we do, but we are being pressed into it given the circumstances.If Global Giving could join an appeal that would be very much appreciated.
Will write as soon again as soon as we can. Thanks again for your concern.
I and many others are going to help Burma for Mothers Day. Nothing would make our own mothers happier. If you want to join us, please click here and do what you can.