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In response to severe weather and record-setting flooding across Northern California, Direct Relief has extended offers of assistance to California State Responders, health centers and clinics in the region.

Emergency Update: Northern California Flooding
Nearly 200,000 people were evacuated as the Oroville Dam reached capacity over the weekend.

Direct Relief Offers Aid to Evacuees of Oroville Dam Area
Preschoolers play during recess at Foyer Espoir pour Les Enfants, a school in Port-au-Prince that provides an education and much more to over 100 students – regardless of their ability to pay. The school administers free meals and health services. It even offers professional classes for parents and helps people find jobs. With support from Direct Relief that includes cash grants, first-aid...
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Direct Relief is sending a medical aid to Louisianna after tornadoes caused widespread damage across the state.

Delivering Aid to Louisiana Communities Devastated by Tornadoes
An 80-bed facility, St. Boniface is the primary referral hospital for the southern peninsula of Haiti, which is inhabited by nearly 2 million people.

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers
Yesterday, the latest of 14 shipments of medicines and medical supplies were sent from Direct Relief’s warehouse to communities affected by tornadoes in Mississippi. The shipment, which includes prescription medication and hygiene items, will meet many urgent health needs after a devastating tornado struck the area less than two weeks ago. The supplies are being sent to Southeast Mississippi...
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A snapshot of this month's activity at Direct Relief
One organization dedicated to building healthy communities is Alliance for Medical Outreach & Relief (AMOR). Since 2008, AMOR has supported five clinics and one hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan. By targeting underserved communities and tailoring programs to the unique culture and needs of the populati...

Helping Patients in Afghanistan Manage Their Diabetes #HelptheHelpers
Direct Relief is responding to request for aid from communities hard-hit by series of tornadoes.

As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Prepares Critical Shipments to Region
Six-year-old Ruth, pictured here with her mother, was diagnosed two years ago with a rare cancer that required specialized treatment. Access to health care is extremely limited for children in Haiti, but after being admitted to St. Damien Pediatric Hospital in Port-Au-Prince, Ruth was able to begin treatment. The facility is dedicated to caring for sick children unable to access care, and...
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Three years ago, Imanol was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma, the treatment for which was more than his family could afford. All that changed when a bus transported Imanol to receive critical treatment at Casa de la Amistad para Niños con Cáncer, I.A.P., a pediatric cancer center that offers treatment to young patients, free of charge. A bus donated to Casa de la Amistad through the Manejando...
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Driving Your Health: Mapping Patient Care Across Mexico City
Direct Relief airlifted 82 tons of medical aid to Haiti to help treat cholera and other diseases that have spread widely since Hurricane Matthew struck in October, incapacitating the country’s already overstretched health care system.

Haiti Receives 82 Tons of Urgently Needed Medical Aid
82 tons of needed medicines and supplies arrive in #Haiti