When a 7.0 M earthquake struck the capital of Haiti, killing approximately a quarter-million people, an already destitute nation was left in ruin. The call for aid brought thousands from around the world to administer relief. Among those who answered the call were two company executives whose responsibility it was to protect over one-hundred humanitarian workers. In an environment teetering on the edge of mobocracy and criminal rule, those tasked with the role of “sheepdogs” were torn by a scene of innocence and deep suffering and the contrasting evil lurking in the shadows behind every turn.
Hear and witness the experiences of those who answered danger’s call, as they describe in detail the risks, rewards, fears and hope that remain in the aftermath of one of humanity’s greatest catastrophes.