Haiti - After the Hurricane


Ivonne and her daughter Cindia, 8, walk toward their collapsed home in Boudain, a community on La Gonâve island, one of the areas of Haiti hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew.

“I really do not know what I will do,” Ivonne says.

World Vision’s assessment team and partners in the hardest-hit area of Haiti’s southwest peninsula say 80 to 90 percent of homes were damaged or destroyed. On the island of La Gonâve, where World Vision assists 10,000 sponsored children and their families, as many as 50 percent of houses are damaged.

World Vision supports 100 children in Boudain through sponsorship and is providing relief supplies.

Photo©2016 World Vision, Claudia Martinez

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