The three-person ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) in Haiti has set up an operations base in the capital Port au Prince with the assistance of local Rotarians to co-ordinate the delivery of aid in the country.
They are working with the French aid agency ACTED to determine the areas in most need of assistance and are training personnel to put up tents ahead of their arrival into the devastated country.
ShelterBox Head of Operations John Leach said: "This is the largest, quickest and most complex deployment in our history. We are now very well organised across four countries to get ShelterBoxes to the people of Haiti quickly.
"We are now set up to channel aid to those in need efficiently and effectively in the days and weeks to come. This is a long term commitment from ShelterBox and we have to sustain our initial push."
Warehouse volunteers continue to pack ShelterBoxes day and night at the charity's headquarters in Helston. More than 3,300 ShelterBoxes have been committed so far, enough to help up to 33,000 people.
The Shelterboxes are unloaded ready to go to the areas in need
ShelterBox Founder and CEO Tom Henderson says: "The need in Haiti is huge. Current estimates are that there are over a million people who have lost their homes."
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