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Hurricane Sandy Floods Haiti's Homeless Earthquake Victims Still Under Tents
Tropical Storm Isaac tore through Haiti on August 25 with intense rain and strong winds. Hundreds of thousands of Haitians still live in tents and shacks after the devastating earthquake that struck more than two years ago. Poor infrastructure and no safety net leaves our Haitian brothers and sisters vulnerable and helpless.
It is predicted that flooding from Isaac and unsanitary conditions will cause the incidence of cholera to skyrocket in Haiti. Without clean water, many will perish. Help us help the poor Haitians of Cite Soleil.
Reiser Relief trucks clean water into Cite Soleil six days a week. This life saving water is delivered, bucket by bucket, to thousands of people. Cite Soleil is a slum area of Port au Prince Haiti where people live in shacks with no running water, sewage or electricity. Those who live there are especially vulnerable to a potential cholera outbreak.
We are called to be the hands of Christ and provide water to these impoverished people.