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.
Oxfam is sending 3 tons of water purifying supplies to the hard-hit nation as potential for disease outbreaks worry survivors.
Lost harvests and flooding could leave families vulnerable to food and health crises.
Aid workers worry about the potential for a spike in cholera cases in Haiti.
Hurricane Matthew, a dangerous storm whose top sustained winds have sometimes reached 160 miles per hour, is churning through the Caribbean, with Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, and the Bahamas in its path.