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A satellite image of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean Sea. Photo: US Navy
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Intersection: Helping Haiti After Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew killed as many as 1,000 people in Haiti before barreling up the East Coast of Florida. Pastor Francis Myrtil is a member of Orlando’s Hatian community and has a church on back on the Island. Pastor Myrtil explains how the government and aid organizations are in a disagreement over where relief funds should go.
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Les Cayes, Haiti, one of the towns hit hard by Hurricane Matthew. Photo: UK Department for International Development, Flickr.
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Florida Nurses Land in Rural Haiti for Post-Hurricane Relief

A group of Florida nurses has landed in Port-au-Prince Haiti for a medical relief mission after Hurricane Matthew devastated the country. Members of the Haitian American Nurses Association and fellow volunteers made their way to the country’s southwest peninsula to establish pop-up clinics in three badly hit rural areas.
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