Stripes Special Reports: Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

William Gagan, of the Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project, right, tends to sick child in the southwest Haiti village of Jabouin on Oct. 18.  DIANNA CAHN/STARS AND STRIPES
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William Gagan, of the Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project, right, tends to sick child in the southwest Haiti village of Jabouin on Oct. 18. DIANNA CAHN/STARS AND STRIPES
William Gagan, of the Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project, right, tends to sick child in the southwest Haiti village of Jabouin on Oct. 18.  DIANNA CAHN/STARS AND STRIPES
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William Gagan, of the Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project, right, tends to sick child in the southwest Haiti village of Jabouin on Oct. 18. DIANNA CAHN/STARS AND STRIPES

Stripes Special Reports: Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

by: Staff | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: November 01, 2016

U.S. military, the American Red Cross, UNICEF and other relief organizations arrived in Haiti shortly after Hurricane Matthew made landfall Oct. 4, 2016.  

For continuing in-depth coverage of the relief efforts in Haiti, visit Stripes.com

U.S. servicemembers, including Air Force, Navy and Marines, load relief supplies onto an Army Chinook helicopter in Port-au-Prince Haiti on Friday Oct. 14, to deliver to the southwest village of Anse D’Hainault, which was struck badly by Hurricane Matthew. The supplies included hundreds of pounds of saline for IV treatment of cholera, a growing crisis in the worst hit regions.
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