Haiti Emergency Response

Over 1,200 people have died and close to 6,000 people have been injured. The death toll is expected to rise with immediate need for food, water, shelter, and basic necessities.

The death toll in Haiti continues to rise, and there is immediate need for aid after a catastrophic 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

On August 14th, 2021 a 7.2 magnitude earthquake destroyed thousands of homes, hospitals and schools in Haiti. Haiti is still recovering from the catastrophic earthquake 11 years ago.  The recent civil unrest and gang related violence has made the situation all the more difficult for Haiti. 

Over 1,200 people have died and close to 6,000 people have been injured. The death toll is expected to rise as the network access is down in remote areas. The hospitals that are still functioning, are struggling to cope with the overwhelming number of patients. 

The challenges facing Haiti are increased by the COVID-19 pandemic, a severe economic downturn, political unrest, and increasing gang violence. 

Emergency Response has faced major challenges: including a spike in kidnapping and gang violence has left the capital city of Port-au-Prince a dangerous place due to security concerns, which bore the brunt of the damage.

Your donations will help those in need of immediate aid amid a growing crisis. 

Donate now to provide Food, Water, Shelter, and Basic Necessities to Haiti. Donate Generously.

Haiti: Devastated by a catastrophic earthquake

Homes and livelihoods are destroyed, families wait in the heat outside overcrowded hospitals. A country reeling from the surge of the pandemic, civil unrest, and gang violence. You can help! Donate Generously

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