|   Posted: August 26, 2020   |   Updated: January 04, 2021

Final Update: December 21, 2020

The impact of the tropical storm was extensive in Haiti, with over 6,000 homes flooded and many injuries. A total of 2,853 beneficiaries and their families were affected and received support. The Child Development Centers (CDCs) provided household items, basic supplies, and help repairing homes. The affected CDCs received support to clean and repair their buildings.

Thank you for your prayers for the affected beneficiaries, families and church partners.

Update #1: August 31, 2020

The Southeast, Artibonite, and the Central Plateau areas were most affected by Tropical Storm Laura. It continues to rain in many areas. To date, 1,130 beneficiaries and their families have been identified as affected. The Child Development Centers continue to assess and monitor the situation. Many homes and farms were damaged and flooded, and livestock is missing. Beneficiaries and their families are being supported as needs are determined.

Please pray for the safety and provision of the beneficiaries, families, and church partners throughout Haiti.

Disaster Alert: September 25, 2019

Heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Laura caused flash flooding, mudslides, damage to crops and farm animals, as well as many damaged homes. The Southeastern and Artibonite areas of Haiti have been most affected. The Child Development Centers and Compassion Haiti National Office staff are assessing impact to beneficiaries. A list of affected beneficiaries is not yet available.

Please pray for the safety and provision for beneficiaries, families, and church partners in Haiti.