1.04.17_Hurricane Matthew Infographic - USAID

Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm, struck the central Caribbean on October 4-6,. 2016. In advance of the storm's arrival, USAID activated a regional ...
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U.S. HURRICANE MATTHEW RESPONSE EFFORT Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm, struck the central Caribbean on October 4-6, 2016. In advance of the storm’s arrival, USAID activated a regional Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) on October 3. The DART – which at its height comprised of more than 70 people—led the U.S. humanitarian response efforts in coordination with affected governments. The majority of the U.S. response was focused on Haiti, which sustained the most damage from hurricane.

Over $82 Million

USAID

28,100

Hygiene Kits

23,200

Kitchen Sets

USAID USAID

in need of humanitarian assistance *175,000 people displaced

damaged in SW peninsula

provided to Haiti, The Bahamas, and Jamaica. In Haiti we provided:

Blankets

1.4* Million People

60% of roads

U.S. Humanitarian Assistance

49,400

Impact

U.S. Military Assistance

275 Metric Tons of relief supplies delivered

9,900

Rolls of Plastic Sheeting

Health and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene To prevent the spread of cholera and strengthen health services, USAID supported cholera treatment facilities and mobile health clinics in affected areas. USAID also promoted safe hygiene practices and provided water, sanitation, and other critical supplies including:

1.5† Million

98 Missions

to deliver relief supplies and response personnel

Food Assistance

14,900 Metric Tons of locally-procured and imported assistance

servings of oral rehydration salts

5.7 Million

water purification tablets to help provide safe water for 190,000 people to help relieve the effects



of cholera and other diarrheal diseases

38* Metric Tons of Calcium Hypochlorite (HTH)

*to chlorinate piped water systems for three months

126 Metric Tons of ready-to-use supplementary food

All numbers as of January 4, 2017

*enough to to treat 31,502 children

Sources: OCHA and Government of Haiti

suffering from moderate acute malnutrition