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In 2013 CBM and its 506 partner organisations supported 672 projects in 68 countries, with a programme expenditure of EUR 60.5 million, reaching more than 10.5 million people in the poorest parts of the world.
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Hurricane Matthew 2016

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in southwestern Haiti early on Tuesday 4 October, centred some 250 miles west of the capital Port-au-Prince, causing major floods and forcing thousands to flee. Two weeks after the event, official figure reported that 2.1 million people were affected, with wide-ranging needs across all humanitarian clusters.
CBM Emergency Response Unit (ERU) is developing a disability-inclusive response with the CBM Country Office that will address immediate and long-term needs, including building community resilience to disaster.

Hurricane Matthew - One year later

Inclusive emergency response in Haiti and Cuba


Hurricane Matthew - Six months on

CBM response ensuring that persons with disabilities in Haiti and Cuba are able to rebuild their lives


Hurricane Matthew - After three months

CBM response is ensuring that persons with disabilities and other more at-risk community members are included


Hurricane Matthew - Renee's story

Renee's house was damaged by Hurricane Matthew, which struck Haiti on 4th Oct 2016


Hurricane Matthew - One month on

CBM and partners implement comprehensive strategy to ensure affected communities recover from Hurricane Matthew


Hurricane Matthew - Leanie's story

Leanie, who works with a local Disabled Person's Organisation (DPO) in Haiti, lost her house and livelihood during hurricane Matthew


Hurricane Matthew

CBM and partners respond to Hurricane Matthew



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