ASSISTANCE in Haiti
Affected by the Storm
(Updated November 30, 2016) PADF’s immediate response will target the hardest hit communities in southwest Haiti including Roseaux, Chantal, Cavaillon, Maniche and St. Jean du Sud. View gallery of relief supplies being delivered.
To date, PADF has delivered hygiene kits, emergency food kits, bottled water and water purification tablets to more than 23,000 people.
PADF and partners will continue to provide urgently needed supplies to people affected by the storm. In the coming weeks, our priorities will be to:
Organize debris removal to restore road access and inject cash into communities
Distribute tools (picks, shovels, axes, wheelbarrows) to allow communities to begin clean-up
Provide roof kits (wood beams, tin sheets and toolkits) for home repair
Provide technical assistance and coordinate roof and home repairs for households and shelters
PADF is also assessing damage to shelters and homes in order to provide repairs including repairing or replacing roofing, leaks, cracks or drainage issues.
Gallery: Hurricane Matthew in Haiti
Photos: Logan Abassi UN/MINUSTAH
How You Can Help
The most effective way people can assist relief efforts is by making cash contributions. Your donation will go toward our hurricane relief efforts in the Caribbean. We partner with local, grassroots organizations to ensure your gift goes where it is needed the most. Please consider an urgent monetary contribution. Priority needs are for emergency supplies such as potable water, hygiene kits and shelter materials.
PADF has an extensive network throughout the Caribbean that includes grassroots groups and community-based organizations in the affected areas. As the humanitarian arm of the Organization of American States (OAS), PADF responds to the region's major natural disasters and humanitarian crises.