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Haiti 7.2 magnitude earthquake

Thousands are in need of support in Haiti in the wake of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake on Saturday, the 14th of August 2021.

The earthquake has tragically killed almost 2,000 people and injured countless others. Thousands of homes and buildings, including medical facilities, churches, and schools have been destroyed. Now, as the country deals with this latest disaster, they face a further threat of flooding and landslides as a result of Tropical Storm Grace.

Action Against Hunger has been working in Haiti since 1985 and they’ve reached hundreds of thousand of people through their nutrition and health programmes.

They will prioritise: 

  • access to clean water and safe sanitation to prevent disease outbreaks
  • shelter for families who have lost their homes as a result of the earthquake
  • nutrition, hygiene, and other supplies
  • mental health support

Donate now to Action Against Hunger's Emergency Fund and help people facing the aftermath of disasters like the earthquake in Haiti. 

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