PHASE 1 ASSISTANCE OF APPROXIMATELY $20,000 INCLUDED THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS DIRECTLY TO ATTAPEU FLOOD VICTIMS:

 

  • Undergarments, socks, toiletries, dental & hygiene kits, infant/toddler clothes and basic dry

  • Ingredients for 600 men, women and children

  • Medicine and medical supplies, including medical supplies requested by Dr. Ko

  • 270 tents

  • 150 Family Care Package (cooking gear, general foodstuff and ingredients and personal hygiene essentials)

  • Transportation of the items listed above and food and water for flood relief volunteers and Lao Army soldiers assisting with our efforts were also expended.

  • All flight costs, hotel costs and other personal costs for Soutkita Reagan on site in Laos were donated by Micheal and Soutkita Reagan

Itemized cost

  • $5,800 - Vientiane: Under garments, socks, toiletry, dental, infant/toddler clothes, basic dry ingredients for 600 men, women and children

  • $3,400 - 150 Family Care Package (cooking Essentials, Ingredients, personal essentials)

  • $2,700 - Vientiane: Tents

  • $2,400 - Vientiane: Medication donated directly to Tamayok village refugee camp

  • $2,100 - Dr. Ko at Attapeu hospital to purchase medication, towards EKG and IV Poles

  • $575 - Attepeu: Meat, vegetables, ingredients, mats, kike, sak, knives, platters, basic Lao kitchen items to donate to the villagers and camps kitchens

  • $500 - Day 1 @ Attepeu - Big 10-wheel truck (truck was donated and we pay for gas and time of driver who stayed four days sleeping in his truck waiting for items to be unloaded each day) We collectively delivered Panyathip International School, Moo Panh, and JLF donations.

  • $430 Food - meat, vegetables, ingredients for (most remote) camp & shared with army team

  • $300 Trucks to get supplies to camps & after off road vehicles drove us almost 2 hours to another village camp

  • $300 Trucks for additional supplies

  • $200 - Vientiane: Food - meat, vegetables, ingredients for (most remote) camp & shared with army team

  • $200 Driver To & From Capital (Own Truck) $60 Gas (military truck)

  • $125 - Day 1 @ Attepeu - 4 wheel/driver (2 hour drive to Sanamxai district from province capital of Attapeu)

  • $100 - Vientiane: Big Truck (haul items from market)

  • $100 - Vientiane: Team & volunteer shirts

  • $100 - Truck Driver " Lot Song Tail"

  • $90 - Lunch & Dinner for 25 army men

  • $75 - Food/Drinks for Helpful Thai Team

  • $75 - Pakse - Extra Delivery Truck Required for Delivery of items

  • $85 - Warm Lunch & Fruits For Army

  • $68 - 2 Holding Units worth of gas in containers we took to them from Pakse


PHASE 2 (RELIEF PHASE) WE PLAN TO DONATE CASH DONATIONS AND OVER 2,000 CARE PACKAGES CONTAINING:

 

  • Clothes, new socks, new ponchos/rain jackets (cost TBD)

  • 1,500 Coats & Jackets donated by Goodwill

  • 2,000 new rain boots (approx $5 each = $10,000)

  • Hygiene kits (cost TBD)

  • Toys (cost TBD)

  • School supplies (cost TBD)

  • Additional donated supplies collected from our donation drive in San Ramon, California

  • Shipping container (cost TBD)

  • Cash donations directly to each family in the hardest-hit areas of Attapeu

    • On August 31, 2018, we obtained a comprehensive list of all the refugee camps as well as data on families, total number of individuals per family, lost and deceased. This list will allow us great insight and help determine which families in which region will receive the cash donations

  • $10,000 in medical aid and supplies

    • EKG machine

    • Antibiotics

    • IV fluids; normal saline, lactated ringers

    • Stethoscopes

    • Laryngoscopes

    • 3 exam beds

    • Lice treatment

As of August 28, 2018, JLF team of volunteers have delivered our first shipment of medical supplies to Sanamxai district hospital.  We are working directly with the Provincial Head of Health and Director of Sanamxai where they will distribute medications to other camp locations two plus hours away that have set up “makeshift clinics” to treat families in the camp. 

The timeline for completion of Phase 2 is currently unavailable however the Jai Lao Foundation team will travel to Laos on November 2018 and January 2019 to follow through with our goals, mission and purpose.


PHASE 3 (REBUILD PHASE) ONCE VILLAGERS ARE RESETTLED TO PERMANENT LAND, WE WILL ASSIST IN THE LONG-TERM REBUILDING. THIS PHASE WILL TAKE YEARS TO ACCOMPLISH:

  • Villages

  • Homes

  • Schools