Project Medishare | Hurricane victims currently seeking shelter in area schools
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Hurricane victims currently seeking shelter in area schools

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An area school outside of Hinche serves as a shelter for families who have lost their homes after three hurricanes ravaged Haiti’s Central Plateau.

By Jennifer Browning

Project Medishare’s staff in Haiti has reported that more than 1000 families around Haiti’s Central Plateau are suffering from the damage of three recent hurricanes that ravaged the tiny country in the Caribbean.

The government hospital in Hinche was turned into a shelter for these families who lost their home. Since the opening of area schools has been postponed, three school buildings have been converted into shelters for those not needing medical attention. Those who sought shelter at the hospital in Hinche have been moved to one of these three schools. Each school is housing between 500-600 people.

Help these families in need by contributing to Project Medishare’s online Hurricane Relief fund. Donate online by clicking here now.