Images Without Borders provides stunning images from world class photographers working around the globe. It was founded by New Orleans based photographer, Laura Bergerol and Boise based photographer, Stacy Ericson in the wake of the earthquake in Haiti. Wishing to contribute to the humanitarian aid effort, but blessed with more talent, than money, these artists joined with other photographers to make their images available to the public. All profits go to Doctors Without Borders, less the cost of printing. Every image offered by Images Without Borders is as a limited edition of one print. Gallery Prints are offered at $125 & $250. iPhotography prints are offered at $40 & $72. When one print of either are sold, the image will be retired. All profits go directly to Doctors without Borders, less only the cost of printing.


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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti. The 82 Airborne in conjunction of the UN security forces provide security for a variety of NGOs working in cooperation with the World Food Program in what will be the largest coordinated humanitarian campaign to date in Haiti since the earthquake. 10,000 Haitians a day for 14 days at 16 locations will be given rice in a food distribution program. Families were given tickets that tell then what day and site to report to. Residents from the Site Soiel, the poorest neighborhood in Porto-au- Prince went to a distribution point next to a newly formed tent city, 1.5 miles away to receive their rations.  That site was run by Samaritan's Purse International . At 4:30 AM, The 82 Airborne ran constantine wire along a stone wall to create a barrier  between the forming line and the crowd to keep the line orderly. By 5AM there were up to 4000 people waiting for food.  Toward the end of the line there was pushing and shoving and people jumping the line. All tickets were accepted, though they were not all matching what the NGO was suppose to take. Only people without tickets or with multiple tickets were denied rice.  Thousands were still waiting for food. A crowd with out tickets created a dangerous situation however no major incidents took place during the distribution.The food ran out before the line ended at 11 am.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti. The 82 Airborne in conjunction of the UN security forces provide security for a variety of NGOs working in cooperation with the World Food Program in what will be the largest coordinated humanitarian campaign to date in Haiti since the earthquake. 10,000 Haitians a day for 14 days at 16 locations will be given rice in a food distribution program. Families were given tickets that tell then what day and site to report to. Residents from the Site Soiel, the poorest...
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