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disaster relief | September 4, 2019

MAP Responds to Hurricane Dorian

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“Extreme Destruction”     
“Historic Tragedy”     “Devastating”

These are the words being used to describe the Bahamas after they took a direct hit from Hurricane Dorian and remained in its grip for more than 36 hours.

Hitting the islands as a Category 5 hurricane, Dorian’s winds obliterated structures while the waters from the storm surge covered much of the land.

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No one knows how many lives have been lost or how many are left without a home. But the early estimates are truly devastating.

Here is what MAP is doing:

  • MAP has already airlifted 500 Disaster Health Kits (DHKs) to the hardest hit areas.
  • Working with our partner, Sol Relief, another 1,840 DHKs and 200 Sawyer water filters are also on the way.
  • Another 2,160 DHKs were packed and trucked for MAP partner, Project Hope. These will be airlifted to the Bahamas as soon as possible.
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DorianBahamasWe’re stepping out in faith to send these life-saving products. People need them now and we simply can’t wait. But we need your help to cover the cost.

Will you send a gift today so we can continue to send these urgently needed supplies to those in need?

Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said this, “We are in the midst of a historic tragedy…. I ask for your prayers….”

Please join us in praying for the people of the Bahamas.

Then join us in responding to their needs in a tangible way. Whatever you can send will help us send life-saving supplies. Your gift is urgently needed today.

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