Hurricane Matthew, a powerful category 4 storm, made landfall on Haiti early Tuesday, October 4, 2016. With as many as 900 killed and tens of thousands of homes destroyed in Haiti, the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Matthew is the worst hurricane to make landfall since Hurricane.Most of the crops are gone. Many of the farm fields are like landfills. people lost their homes, livestock and possessions.
Vision for Haiti has been responding to emergencies and ongoing need in Haiti since 2010. We're counting on you to help us again.All funds will be used to provide essential assistance in the form of food, water and shelter to help the victims rebuild their lives. Outside of immediate food, the greatest needs will be shelter, water and hygiene supplies and medicine especially anticholera. Along with others partners, Vision for Haiti will respond to some of the most affected areas in southern area
With a nationwide unemployment rate over 40%, natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew threaten development efforts and thrust individuals and families back into a cycle of poverty. By providing relief to the victims of Hurricane Matthew, we can sustain long-term development projects to help individuals recover their lives. Vision for Haiti will continue to monitor the situation in Haiti throughout the year beyond. Your relief contribution will make Haiti's ongoing development efforts possib