Wednesday, November 16, 2005


Updated Wednesday - November 16, 2005 10:53am (EDT)- Titusville, Florida - Air Mobile HQ - Report submitted by Joe Hurston

This is an appeal to save lives! Air Mobile recently returned from Pakistan after successfully deploying life-saving Vortex Voyagers TM. Air Mobile stands ready to return! The October 8, 2005 Earthquake killed nearly 90,000 people in Pakistan / Kashmir/India. THE NUMBER OF DEATHS could SKYROCKET AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE! Many of those deaths will be children!

Right now, evidence indicates that a CHOLERA EPIDEMIC is beginning to occur throughout the camps. The answer: CLEAN DRINKING WATER! If a victim has Cholera (or a related water-borne disease) dehydration can occur in as little as four hours. The solution: CLEAN DRINKING WATER. If a person is not yet infected, the available drinking water is likely GOING TO BE INFECTED! The answer to PREVENTION: CLEAN DRINKING WATER!

Air Mobile has Vortex Voyager TM (Powerful, portable, simple, solar powered) water purification units ready for RAPID DEPLOYMENT. The Pakistani Medical Community has already requested at least 200 Voyagers TM IMMEDIATELY.

The hold-up? FUNDING! The Vortex Voyager TM with Battery/ Solar Power costs $3000.00. Each Vortex Voyager TM can provide CLEAN DRINKING WATER to 600 people per day. The first 50 Vortex Voyagers TM would provide CLEAN DRINKING WATER TO 30,000 people PER DAY IN AS MANY AS 50 SEPARATE LOCATIONS! The Vortex Voyagers TM sets up and is pumping clean water from the most contaminated water sources in just THREE MINUTES! The Vortex Voyagers TM can also be moved from camp to camp as the needs / outbreaks occur. Once a permanent water purification is installed, the Voyager TM could then be deployed in other locations.

The portability of the Voyager TM also enables us to utilize helicopters and bring the units to the most isolated regions of Pakistan / Kashmir / India. The Vortex Voyager TM is proving itself everyday, again and again around the world. PLEASE HELP US BRING CLEAN WATER TO THE DYING!!

The following are news-stories expain the situation in Pakistan quite well:

Sunday, November 13, 2005 :: infoZine Staff :: page views
Many People Are at Risk in Pakistan Camps, Oxfam Warns
As people move into makeshift camps, the risk from disease is growing.

Boston, MA. - infoZine -The focus on the most remote communities in earthquake-hit Kashmir is overshadowing the danger thousands of people face in a growing number of camps, international aid agency Oxfam said today.

As winter approaches, tens of thousands of people are set to move temporary camps. Many of them sit on floodplains with inadequate water and sanitation facilities. Because the camps are densely crowded, an outbreak of disease could result in many more deaths than are likely to occur in isolated villages.

"Unless conditions are improved in these camps, diseases like cholera could spread like wildfire," said Jane Cocking, who is leading Oxfam's emergency response in Pakistan. "The thousands of people living in remote villages are in serious danger, especially once the snows come, but the plight of those who are living in camps has not received the same attention. If disease does break out in the camps, the number of deaths could far exceed those in danger in their villages."

"We could soon see as many people dying from cold and disease as perished in the initial earthquake," said Cocking. "There is no doubt that large numbers of vulnerable people are facing certain death unless the international community steps up its response to this disaster."

Published by Gulf Times: Sunday, 13 November, 2005, 10:19 AM Doha Time

Living where water is polluted and the air poisonous

Waterfalls and fresh water streams were all blocked, rendering the river, the only source of water for drinking and common use.

All human waste goes directly to the river, as people don’t use toilets.

However, the toilets also present problems as they are with septic tanks. He is desperate because people are forced to drink the river water, which is home to many diseases.

Dr Rizwan said initially people were offered bottled water donated by several national and international organisations but the stocks were now running out, leaving no option for the dwellers but to drink the contaminated water.

Reuters - PAKISTAN: More than 400 cases of watery diarrhoea in quake camp
13 Nov 2005 12:06:12 GMT

"This situation is explosive," said Dr John Watson from the World Health Organization (WHO) based in Muzaffarabad. Acute watery diarrhoea leads to severe dehydration and within four to five hours this can lead to vomiting and a dramatic drop in blood pressure. It can be fatal if not treated quickly.

"A rapid response is what is needed and for communicable disease control in this area this is the most pressing thing as the mortality rate can be very high," said Dr Watson.

Air Mobile stands ready for that RAPID RESPONSE! Please pray that the funds come in for these life-saving Vortex Voyagers TM. Thank you for taking the time to read this report. God Bless You!


Joe Hurston

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