WHI’s relief response: Hope is mobilizing to bring clean water to those directly affected by Hurricane Fiona.
World Hope has mobilized our disaster relief volunteers along with our network of local and global nonprofits, corporate and logistics partners to help provide clean water to communities in the region affected by Hurricane Fiona.
According to news reports, Hurricane Fiona made landfall in the Dominican Republic early Monday morning and the heavy rain produced by the hurricane will continue to produce life-threatening catastrophic mudslides, landslides, and flash floods across the region.
As Hurricane Fiona moves east toward the Turks and Caicos Islands, the National Hurricane Center says that it will likely strengthen, potentially becoming a Category 3 or higher hurricane by Wednesday.
Hope is on the Way!
World Hope International has already mobilized to bring clean water to those affected by Hurricane Fiona. Check back for updates on our continued response to Hurricane Fiona.
It takes a consortium of powerful partners and their combined expertise to prepare for and provide help to communities in need when disaster strikes.
Learn more about how this emergency response preparedness partnership works by clicking on the video.
Fresh Water Production volunteers have been cycling in and out of the Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian delivered a deadly blow on September 1, 2019. World Hope International has been pumping clean water in the Bahamas for a full month and we still turn people away at the end of the day.
World Hope International (WHI) got on the ground in the Bahamas immediately not only because we wanted to respond to the disaster but because we had prepared in advance to respond by establishing a strong coalition of disaster relief partners already locally based and through strategically prepositioning emergency supplies…