"At a commercial park of factories where workers make T-shirts and underwear for clients such as Gap, the owners were feeding workers and counting heads to see if they could reopen Monday. The free hot food was some of the only available in Haiti, served by the mobile kitchens brought in by the Dominican Republic government.
"It is not that complicated. They need help. A couple of soldier
with guns protect us," said Maria Isauna Jimenez, a manager of seven
mobile kitchens capable of producing 35,000 meals a day. "You don't
need an army. Just give them food."