Release from U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command
March 8, 2023
Persevering with Promise 2022 Workforce Continues its Promise to Haiti
By 1st Lt Gregory Dreibelbis
JEREMIE, Haiti – Medical suppliers will proceed their efforts offering high-quality grownup, pediatric, optometry and dental care to these in want in Haiti.
“We needed to take a brief pause in our operations to make sure the protection of our personnel, but it surely’s necessary that we get again on the market and proceed our promise to the folks of Haiti,” mentioned Capt. Bryan Carmichael, commander of Amphibious Squadron 4 and mission commander for Persevering with Promise 2022. “We’ve developed a plan that will get our medical suppliers to and from the ship safely, and supplies the folks of Haiti with the care they want.”
The USNS Consolation is underway within the neighborhood of Jeremie, Haiti, for its fifth and ultimate mission cease of CP 22.
Medical providers shall be offered at Wharf de Jeremie from Dec. 14 to Dec. 16. A big donation of medical provides will even be made earlier than Consolation departs Haiti on the seventeenth of Dec.
Since its inaugural mission in 2007, Persevering with Promise missions have handled greater than 582,000 sufferers and carried out over 7,000 surgical procedures within the area. Consolation’s present mission is the twelfth Persevering with Promise mission carried out within the Caribbean, Central and South America.
U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet helps U.S. Southern Command’s joint and mixed army operations by using maritime forces in cooperative maritime safety operations to take care of entry, improve interoperability, and construct enduring partnerships as a way to improve regional safety and promote peace, stability and prosperity within the Caribbean, Central and South American area.