In the immediate aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, VIDA quickly responded by airlifting two containers carrying $2.0 million in medical emergency relief into Haiti's triage supply chain. In collaboration with Haiti's Ambassador to United States, Raymond Alcide Joseph, and medical doctors based in Florida, VIDA is making a three year commitment to ship twelve containers of medical supplies and equipment to hospitals in Petit-Goave, Paillant and Miragoane. These hospitals were decimated in the quake and serve hundreds of thousands of Haiti's poorest citizens. VIDA has chosen these three hospitals because they are operating in regions overlooked by relief efforts. VIDA is seeking to raise $100,000 to ship $15 million in aid to give life to these communities in need.