World Concern in Haiti

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Haiti after Hurricane Irma
Shoreline's World Concern humanitarian organization has had a team in Haiti since before Hurricane Irma struck.

They report that the storm passed north of them so it was not devastating as it was for other Caribbean islands.

The entire north coast (2.2 million people) experienced hurricane force winds, with rain and flooding affecting the whole country.

Haiti is an impoverished country that was still recovering from Hurricane Matthew, which ripped through southern Haiti in October 2016.

If you wish to contribute to World Concern's efforts in Haiti, here is the donation page.


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