I arrived to Port-au-Prince last night and met Zoriah in the airport, friends from the Hospice Saint Jospeh drove us throught town – and what didn’t look too bad from the plane, had a very different impression from street view. The government has asked people to put their rubble in the streets, as they try to clear (break down) their houses, a good idea – but navigating through traffic and concrete rubble is a challenge. Our drivers did great though I could quickly get my tent up in the spot cleared for us. Spent the evening getting to know each other and share plans and goals. Today after a slow morning in camp continuing talks from yesterday, we went into the neighborhood around us. It has been hit hard and life is lived in the streets because of the dangers of collapsing buildings. We mainly focused on people and I was surprised to see the strength and will to move on in the people we met and talked to. It’s not a happy situation the haitian people are in – but now 2,5 month after the quake, they seem more determined on what’s ahead, than focused on what’s lost. So inspiring! Just a few snapshots here, more to come later.