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  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
  • HAITI Hurricane Matthew Response, Port-à-Piment mobile clinics
December 02, 2016

On November 30, two months after Hurricane Matthew, devastated southwestern Haiti, thousands of people are still severely affected by inadequate shelter, lack of food and access to safe drinking water. Some remote communities have yet to receive assistance.

The international medical organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to provide assistance and medical care to people in isolated, affected areas like Port-à-Piment.

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