Partners In Health: 'We are mobilizing life-saving assistance for hurricane victims in Haiti, please donate'

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Partners In Health training hospital in Mireblais, Haiti

October 13, 2016

Dear reader,

In three days of horror, Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, causing damage that President Jocelerme Privert could only describe as "apocalyptic."

More than 1 million people are stranded in the devastated southwest peninsula, cut off from food, clean water, and medical care.

Partners In Health is now mobilizing teams bound for Haiti's hardest-hit areas. Please send an emergency donation today. Click here to donate.

Even before Hurricane Matthew, one in five Haitian children were going hungry. Countless families live in tents, nearly seven years after the 2010 earthquake. Thousands have fallen sick with cholera. Then Matthew crashed into Haiti, washing away 80% of crops in the south of the country. Leaving thousands more families homeless. Dirtying water and spreading cholera even more.

Partners In Health's teams will bring critically needed water, medicine, and care to Haiti's poorest, most vulnerable families. Please, make your urgent gift now.

With gratitude,

The Team at Partners In Health
http://act.pih.org/hurricane-matthew