Hurricane Dennis hits Haiti, workers bring relief

Report
from World Concern
Published on 20 Jul 2005
With your help, World Concern is meeting the needs of thousands in Haiti who are suffering from the widespread damage caused by Hurricane Dennis. In the week after Dennis hit, at least 40 people have been reported dead and 16 missing. 500 Haitians have been evacuated from their homes and the region has suffered staggering losses in crops and liverstock according to World Concern Relief Director Kelly Miller.
Relief workers have been distributing food and sanitation supplies to the impoverished republic in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dennis. World Concern is providing 18,000 people with emergency kits that include basic daily supplies and materials including maize, wheat, matches, toiler paper and soap.

World Concern is helping to stabilize families so they can begin rebuilding their homes and their lives.