Positive news always appreciated!
Spent and committed $144 million on shelter programs, ensuring that nearly 109,000 people, to date, have a safer place to live;
Provided clean water and sanitation services for more than 556,000 people;
Reached 3.2 million people with cholera response and prevention activities, including the country\’s first cholera vaccination campaign;
Provided more than 383,000 people with livelihoods assistance, including grants, job training, cash-for-work and other help;
Invested more than $65.8 million in health services and infrastructure, including construction or operational funding for several hospitals;
Spent and committed more than $44 million to enable residents to be better prepared for disasters like Tropical Storm Isaac and Hurricane Sandy