December 2016 Newsletter | Reflecting on a challenging year for the people of Haiti

Don’t miss our December 2016 newsletter, where we reflect on a challenging year for the people of Haiti.

When Hurricane Matthew struck in early October, many communities in Haiti were ravaged by its 230km/h winds and torrential rains.  Hundreds of thousands of families found themselves exposed to extreme hunger, the risk of cholera, and displacement.

Over the past few months, our work in Haiti has focused on our emergency and recovery response in the wake of this major natural disaster.  Our latest newsletter looks at all that this entails, and shows the progress made in our projects before the impact of the strongest storm to hit in over half a century.

We are committed to standing with the people of Haiti to rebuild their lives: from our Income Generation Programme on Île à Vache to the Christine Farm, there’s a lot of work already underway.

You have a played an incredible part in supporting recovery in Haiti, and we’re looking forward to making a positive difference in Haiti together in 2017.

Read all about our news and developments from Haiti here.


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