Haiti Continues To Face Serious Recovery Challenges Following Hurricane Matthew; Nearly 600K Children Need Aid, U.N. Says

U.N. News Centre: One month after Hurricane Matthew, needs in Haiti remain ‘vast,’ U.N. reports
“As Haiti struggles to recover from the massive destruction wrought by Hurricane Matthew, which pummeled the tiny island one month ago [Friday], the United Nations warned that while its seems as if ‘the world has moved on,’ Haiti’s needs are vast, exemplified by the nearly 600,000 children being stalked by disease, hunger, and malnutrition and in need of assistance…” (11/4).

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