Responding to Hurricane Dorian

(September 17, 2019) Heart to Heart International’s role in any disaster response is to fill gaps in health care that exist because of the storm. Hurricane Dorian crippled the health system in Treasure Cay, Bahamas, and the community has asked us to stay as they begin the long road to recovery. We will stay as long as… 

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Capturing the story: Hurricane Dorian

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Robin Loznak deployed as a volunteer photographer with the HHI disaster response team to the Bahamas last week. Robin took some amazing photos in some incredibly difficult conditions. Thank you, Robin, for capturing the stories of the people affected by Hurricane Dorian. Below is Robin’s story. I’m currently returning to Oregon from my time working... 

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Responding to Hurricane Dorian

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(September 17, 2019) Heart to Heart International’s role in any disaster response is to fill gaps in health care that exist because of the storm. Hurricane Dorian crippled the health system in Treasure Cay, Bahamas, and the community has asked us to stay as they begin the long road to recovery. We will stay as long as... 

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World Humanitarian Day

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Meet the Women of HHI World Humanitarian Day (WHD) is held every year on 19 August to pay tribute to aid workers who risk their lives in humanitarian service, and to rally support for people affected by crises around the world. World Humanitarian Day 2019 is set to celebrate Women Humanitarians and their undying contribution... 

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Crisis at the Border

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HHI began working on the border crisis in 2014 with the onset of the unaccompanied minor crisis. We initially worked with the National Latino Evangelical Coalition as they were setting up housing facilities for unaccompanied minors in California, Florida, Illinois, New York, Arizona and Texas. We have continued our efforts by providing both Save the Children and Catholic Charities with hygiene kits. These kits have been given to the people who are released from the border facilities, often with nothing at all.

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