Daily Archives: January 19, 2010

I love this image

The World Food Program (WFP) on Haitian logistics

Can be seen here: Latest Photos Of Damaged Port In Port-au-Prince, Haiti | WFP | United Nations World Food Programme – Fighting Hunger Worldwide.

As you can see from the blog, it’s going to be something of a challenge to unload quickly, though there is progress.

As for the airport, here is the latest on that.

The latest on Haiti from today’s teleconference by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

…can be found here: Transcript: Teleconference on Haiti Earthquake on January 18, 2010 | Doctors Without Borders.

Good news: they have treated hundreds of patients already. Bad news: they have been hampered by the logistics of others, as you can see in the transcript. It looks like this logistical roadblock has been surmounted. Let’s see.

It’s a good transcript with lots of detail. Highly recommended.

Something to beat the winter blahs: a citrus salad

It’s simple, and seasonal, and you can enjoy it by itself or with a meal. This article, The Minimalist – Allowing Citrus to Add Sunshine – NYTimes.com, features a nice version of it. I would also recommend adding some olives and feta….just a little.

(Evan Sung’s photo from the NYT make it even more appealing.)