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Video: Hurricane Matthew: One Year Later

Video: Hurricane Matthew: One Year Later

 Philemond Remise received staple foods like rice and beans, egg-laying chickens, barbed wire, and training to build soil conservation structures in her garden, all of which helped her start producing food for her family again after Hurricane Matthew.

Philemond Remise received staple foods like rice and beans, egg-laying chickens, barbed wire, and training to build soil conservation structures in her garden, all of which helped her start producing food for her family again after Hurricane Matthew.

The media’s interest in disasters often lasts only weeks but for the people involved, the impact can continue to be felt years and years down the line.

A little over a year ago, October 4, 2016, Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti. The category 4 hurricane devastated farms, gardens and homes in already vulnerable communities

Within the first 48 hours MCC had responded with immediate aid, later partnering with communities to address the long-term side effects of the hurricane. One year later we continue to work side by side to rebuild, regrow and find hope.

In 2018, MCC celebrates 60 years of work with our Haitian partners.

1976: Finding Love through Service

1976: Finding Love through Service

Transforming a colonial legacy to bring hope

Transforming a colonial legacy to bring hope