Disaster Response

April 2010
PN;Apr2010, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p67
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The article provides information on the help extended by charitable organizations Whirlwind Wheelchair International (WWI) and Joni and Friends (JAF) Disability Center after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It mentions that both send wheelchairs for Haitians with mobility impairments that needed durable wheelchairs to restart their lives. Whirlwind executive director Marc Krizack says that they will help as may people as they can.


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