We loaded the truck up again with about 90 food bags and supplies to stay in Camp Perrin for several days. Our plan was to do spot delivery as before to cut back on the danger factor and to check on our small construction project. I am traveling with Alex, Diddy and Joe. Numbers are important due to the possibility of robbers. Diddy and Joe are big muscle guys and their presence is huge. As we approached Cayes Diddy noticed a Camp up on a hill. We made a quick u turn and drove up to check it out. Turns out there are about 500 people who’s homes were totally destroyed and sought the high ground to escape the flooding. Tents made of sheets, cardboard and whatever are now their home. We made a fast assessment and Alex found the de facto leaders. They told us their story and we gave out all the food, tarps and aqua tabs. The aqua tabs will help somewhat for clean water which is a huge problem. The name of the camp is Commune Cavaillon and it’s in zone Grandier 2. If it were not for good leadership here we would have been stampeded and probably attacked. Once the food was gone and it was not remotely enough, the leaders helped us get safely out and we headed to Camp Perrin. We will return with more food and tarps. Logistics make this hard and expensive but it is what it is. We purchased sheet metal and some lumber for our roof project. Awesome how God directed us to this small camp. I think we can work here. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.