January 13, 2010
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Donnabelle Romero Tarlac City,Philippines   January 14th, 2010 2:25 am ET

My husband is a Filipino peacekeeper,a doctor by profession.ive lost contact w/ him after the tragedy.Im glad there's CNN who kept me wide awake for the past 24hours and im so happy to see him alive, helping other people...treating the proud of him indeed...

Nicole   January 14th, 2010 5:04 pm ET

Aside from the 800 that is given to find a love one in Haiti. Is there of another way. My mother lives in 31 Delma # 5, port-au-prince. I would just like to know how the neighborhood is and is she alive. Can you help me?????

Sandra Dolphy   January 21st, 2010 7:36 pm ET

I am sad and in sympathy for what has happened to our neighbours in Haiti, but I do hope this nation will turn to God and acknowledge that He, God is in controll and He is the creator of us all.

I also hope that from this desaster, good will come out of it – in that I mean that they will become and 'strong and a very resourseful' country.

From their state of povertry, they will become 'very' rich.

God bless Haiti.


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