Pan American Development Foundation's Response to Hurricane Matthew Crisis

Operational Summary: 

The Pan American Development Foundation is distributing emergency relief supplies to at least 50,000 people affected by Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean, particularly in Southern Haiti. Our immediate response will target the hardest hit communities in the southwest region, including Aquin, Saint Louis du Sud, Cavaillon, Cayes, Torbeck, Camp-Perrin, Maniche and Jérémie. Emergency relief includes:

 

  • Safe drinking water (chlorine or purification tablets)
  • Adequate latrines
  • Hand-washing stations
  • Hygiene kits
  • Water purification tablets 
  • Collapsible water storage containers
  • Health and sanitation awareness campaigns to prevent disease
  • Emergency shelter toolkits
  • Assessing damage to shelters and homes in order to provide repairs including repairing or replacing roofing, leaks, cracks, and drainage issues

 

 

 

Crisis-Specific Donation Web Address: 
Response Type: 
Water and Sanitation
Shelter