On Saturday Commander Strong got me into Ground Zero and I was able to convince the US Army contingent there to send me a load of food for my refugee camp. They loaded up 2 SUVs with water and meal packets, enough for 2 days. Men and children from the camp helped me unload it and G distributed it over the weekend.
Our next big victory came yesterday. A large building collapsed at the top of my street making my neighborhood difficult to access by car and especially difficult for large vehicles. So we had been unable to get a water truck to come down and fill our cisterns. My biggest fear was that we would run out of water for bathing and for filtering into drinking water. G and I worked on the issue for 2 days until we finally maneuvered a truck up our street and all the way to my Shoebox. We were able to fill my cistern and the cistern in the field where my refugees are camped out. Now we will all have water for a month or more. It was a good day!