Hurricane Matthew Haiti Aftermath

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Hurricane Matthew Haiti Aftermath

Port au Prince, Haiti, October 6, 2016

Hurricane Matthew brought flooding, mud and wind damage to Haiti.

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Biggest need (in order): water, food, clothing, structure assistance:

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Est. 350,000 people are in need of help.
Shortage of food & water.
Many homes destroyed/flattened.
Mud and flooding clean-up continues.
108+ reported dead to date.

God protected the Cross to Light facilities and most of the churches. The biggest current need is the ability to equip the church community centers that are already established in the various provinces of Haiti with much needed emergency food and water assistance to help enable them to assist the surrounding community and areas most in need.

 

 

 

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