Disaster Response

HHI Responds to Hurricane Harvey & Irma

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HHI has been treating hurricane victims in Texas since Harvey hit the coast. Our medical teams are currently working in the Houston area, operating free clinics which provide the health safety net for thousands of hurricane victims. Advance teams are in Florida treating patients and assessing the Florida Keys. Our medical teams are spreading out to help those affected by Irma in Flordia, Haiti and other Caribbean nations. HHI will stay as long as we are needed.

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Urgent Need – Flooding in Nepal

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Floods and mudslides have left millions homeless in Southeast Asia. Overflowing rivers have destroyed villages and crops. Over half the districts in Nepal have been significantly affected. Without intervention, the risk of disease is high, particularly cholera. Heart to Heart International is working with Sundar Dhoka Saathi Sewa (SDSS), a Nepalese NGO that is responding to... 

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HHI Responds to Southern Missouri Floods

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Historic flooding resulted in extensive damage to over 500 homes, businesses, and property in Neosho. Many families lost everything. Heart to Heart International arrived in Neosho on Sunday, April 30th, with bottled water and hygiene supplies. Volunteer clean up teams arrived last weekend to assist homeowners in the flood recovery process.

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HHI Responds to Hurricane Matthew

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Hurricane Matthew pounded Haiti with 145 mph winds and 50 ft. waves. The devastation and injuries are significant, and Heart to Heart International is already responding on the south coast of Haiti where the storm was most intense. Our Haitian medical teams are already there providing help to those injured. The storm’s tidal surge flooded coastal towns and destroyed homes. 840 deaths have already occurred and more can be expected as medical teams reach more rural towns. Our U.S. Disaster Response Team is in Haiti and will provide more urgently needed medical support to the hardest hit areas.

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