Haiti ARISE is providing DISASTER RELIEF. we urgently need your help!
Hurricane Matthew lashed the southwestern shores of the country with 145 mph winds. Storm surges were of up to 10 feet, with torrential rain that reach 40 inches in some areas, flooding has been sever and unprecedented. This is the worst hurricane to hit the region since 1963! Haiti’s infamously fragile infrastructure is extensively damaged due to the havoc wreaked by the hurricane. Thousands of Haitians are now seeking emergency shelter, with the south half of the county now being completely cut off and inaccessible to emergency aid due to the destruction of the bridge at the southern city of Petit Goave.
Haiti ARISE's Immediate Relief Plan is to help Grand-Goave:
Clean all areas loaded with debris of all kinds;
Repair damage to the ministry campus structures & churches;
Provide affected families food kits, hygiene kits, agricultural tools, hardware and building materials, etc;
Acquire and distribute seeds, banana plants, chickens & goats to vulnerable farmers;
Contribute to the rehabilitation of small infrastructure;
Touch approximately 5,000 families per community.
Once we have begun to assist Grand-Goave in relief efforts, Haiti ARISE is ready to assist other communities, such as Petit-Goave, Tricon & Saint Helen in the Les Cayes area, Camp Perrin, Port Salut, Dame Marie in the Jeremie area, and the mountain villages surrounding Grand-Goave. 100% of all Disaster Relief funds raised will go directly towards these immediate relief efforts.
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