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Date: Jul 2020
Location: Haiti

On October 4th, 2016, Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, destroying homes, infrastructure, farmland and businesses, and displacing families. An estimated 2.1 million people were affected, with 1.4...

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Date: May 2020
Location: Guinea

An outbreak of Ebola virus was declared by WHO in Guinea in March 2014. This followed several deaths from hemorrhagic fevers in the preceding 12 months which were confirmed as cases of Ebola by...

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Date: May 2020
Location: Madagascar

On February 2012, Madagascar was hit by two cyclones: The intense Tropical Cyclone Giovanna hit the east coast of the island, and the moderate Tropical Storm Irina hit in the north and...

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Date: May 2020
Location: Malawi

 Throughout December 2014 and January 2015, Malawi experienced above-average rainfall—the Southern Region alone received 400% more rainfall than the long-term average. More than half of the...

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Since South Sudan gained independence in 2011, fighting between government and opposition forces uprooted more than 1.8 million people from their homes. As of November 2018, about 1.07 million...

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Date: Jul 2020
Location: Sudan

CRS first began emergency shelter programming in the Darfur region of Sudan soon after the outbreak of the conflict in 2005 and has continued providing uninterrupted support ever since, due to the...

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Date: Jul 2020
Location: India

In Gujarat, CRS’ resilient shelter project aimed to enhance local construction technology with the introduction of Compressed Stabilized Earth Block (CSEB) technology. This sustainable technology...

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Date: Jul 2020
Location: Pakistan

In early September 2012, Jacobabad district was flooded due to heavy monsoon rain. Many houses collapsed, and people were forced to live in tents, emergency shelters or under the open sky. Around...

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On the night of December 17, 2011, Tropical Storm Washi (locally known as Sendong) made landfall on the southern Philippine islands, causing heavy rains in northern Mindanao and parts of the...

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Date: Jul 2020
Location: Philippines

After a long period of time without severe weather events, southern Mindanao was hit by Tropical Storm Washi (Sendong) in late 2011 and Typhoon Bopha (Pablo) at the end of 2012. The lack of...

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