Haiti: Responding to Hurricane Matthew

Cassandra MSF nurse (from Haiti) treats a patient at a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) mobile clinic in the village of Nan Sevre, in the mountains north of Port-A-Pepper. The village is accessible only by helicopter since Hurricane Matthew devastated the country.
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The area near Roche-a-Bateau, in southwestern Haiti. Hurricane Matthew tore through the Caribbean on October 4 and devastated large parts of the island.
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Aerial view of the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew in Port-à-Piment.
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A girl looks out from the doorway of what was her family's home, in Roche-a-Bateau, southwestern Haiti. Roche-a-Bateau suffered widespread destruction with many homes destroyed as Hurricane Matthew through the Caribbean on October 4, devastating large parts of the island.
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Port-à-Piment, loading the helicopter for an explo mission to a hospital located in the nearby mountains but impossible to access by road.
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A collapsed bridge at Roche-a-Bateau means people must cross through the river on foot, in southwestern Haiti. Hurricane Matthew tore through the Caribbean on October 4 and devastated large parts of the island.
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Cassandra MSF nurse (from Haiti) treats a patient at a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) mobile clinic in the village of Nan Sevre, in the mountains north of Port-A-Pepper. The village is accessible only by helicopter since Hurricane Matthew devastated the country.
Joffrey Monnier/MSF
Locals wash clothes in a river near Port Salut, in southwestern Haiti. Hurricane Matthew tore through the Caribbean on October 4 and devastated large parts of the island.
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A man sits with his son in a devastated area near Port Salut, in southwestern Haiti. Hurricane Matthew through the Caribbean on October 4 and devastated large parts of the island.
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Roche-a-Bateau suffered widespread destruction with many homes destroyed, in southwestern Haiti. Hurricane Matthew tore through the Caribbean on October 4 and devastated large parts of the island.
Andrew McConnell/Panos Pictures