Oxfam and its Caribbean partner organizations are helping people most affected by flooding and strong winds following Hurricane Irma, which hit housing, infrastructure and destroyed agricultural production.
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As parts of Florida brace for Hurricane Irma, Oxfam and our partner organizations in the Dominican Republic and Haiti are preparing to respond.
It’s been three months since Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti, and aid to the region is as important as ever
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians who survived Hurricane Matthew, which ripped through their country three months ago, will go hungry if governments, donors, and aid agencies do not step up efforts to help them.
Working with local mayors and civil society groups, Oxfam distributes emergency supplies to needy families.
Schools, health centers, and homes have been reduced to rubble in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, leaving families with nothing.
Repairs are urgently needed as officials document suspected new cases of the waterborne disease.