Czech NGOs have raised just over 47 million crowns in aid of earthquake victims in Haiti. The money is being used for medicaments, shelter and deliveries of food and clean water to survivors. The NGO People in Need has sent a team of Czech doctors and nurses to Haiti to help in the humanitarian effort. In addition to that, the Czech government has earmarked 20 million crowns in aid, most of which will be used in the reconstruction process.
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