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Seeds for Haiti
On October 4, 2016, Hurricane Matthew made landfall on Haiti, destroying homes, taking the lives of hundreds, and wiping out more than 85% of crops in southern Haiti. While NGOs have worked to address the immediate needs of those affected, including shelter, food, and health resources, resiliency remains a high-priority as the international community assists Haiti in moving from response to recov…Visit the Seeds for Haiti page
On February 7, 2017, at least 6 tornadoes touched down in New Orleans, Louisiana, leaving in their wake EF-3 damage in an area that had never completely recovered from Hurricane Katrina - nearly 12 years before. The outbreak caused widespread power outages, destroyed hundreds of homes, and caused damage to thousands more.
Team Rubicon's US office quickly responded, deploying more than 120 volun…Visit the Tornado Recovery page
Beginning in the days before the hurricane, Airlink experienced high demand for transportation assistance from its NGO network, as both relief personnel and aid materials were needed to address the crisis. Together with Avianca, Copa Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and United Airlines, Airlink helped deploy 39 personnel on Disaster Assistance Response Teams (DARTs), groups of relief personne…Visit the Hurricane Matthew page