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Hello everyone this is Jackie from Jackie and Sports yo come on Runo(?) that was I started broom ok I start to hit you there by accident ok anyway I can you hear me back but cos he got from talking guess for all to her anyway this, this is Jackie from Jackie's ___ ok and we're gonna do presence of Canadian to a President and Anime Canadian television for the first part is we miss some part from the the last air but there's a we're gonna just talking with that ___ and then we're gonna totally stop again to the yeah the Canadian presence of Anime in Canada so Steph is gonna go for cos she is got ___ yeah there some part in the movie that were narrated(?) by guitar I think cos yeah this is just scenario like what they did or something yeah I'd like like I wouldn't prefer if they showed it and I just have her like talk about it and also in the beginning when the movie started at they.
This is Louis Belanger, Oxfam spokesperson here in Port-au-Prince. This morning, you've probably heard, we were woken up by at more or less 6am, a little bit before 6am. The majority of Oxfam staff were sleeping inside, some were outside because it was raining so they came a little bit under the roof or under the patio cause a lot of them don't want to sleep in the house because they are scared of, well exactly, that the roof is going to come down and that another aftershock's going to be strong enough to make the building collapse. So everybody just got up and started running really quickly. Nobody screamed, there was no great feeling of panic, we just made sure that we got out of the house as quickly as possible and went in the small parking lot that we have. Interestingly enough, most of our engineers that have more experience in events like this, they all gathered in the middle of the room, far away from the walls, and stayed calmer than anybody else. Caroline Gluck, another spokesperson here in Haiti, who was doing an interview live on Canadian television, who was actually reporting live on Canadian television that this was happening. So yes, a little bit of a difficult morning. We were a bit in shock, we were in disbelief, and made sure that quickly that everybody was fine. You could hear neighbours scream to get out of the house, in creole so we couldn't understand, but we made sure the neighbours were fine quickly... Then we went back and started to have breakfast slowly. But it was very frightening. I got out of my bed, mosquito net, as quickly as possible. This is what happened this morning. Just a small report on last night. It was raining a little bit so we got a bit worried in terms of people that are sleeping outside, what conditions they were in. So we went to bed a little bit worried about the tens of thousands of Haitians that are out there. It stopped, it didn't seem to be a major issue, it's not muddy at all, so that's good news. Oxfam is continuing its water distribution. Today we're probably going to be in 5 sites in Carrefour, in Petionville. So we're going to be doing some more assessments on where and how we can boost our water distribution, as well as installing sanitation equipment such as latrines, and distributing sanitation packages to people, so with buckets and soap etc. So our team is busy, we're working hard, and that's my podcast for today. Thank you.