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According to the Haitian Civil Protection Agency, the death toll from the August 14, 2021, earthquake surpassed 2,246 with more than 12,763 individuals injured. Government figures corroborated by the country shelter group determined almost 54,000 homes were destroyed and more than 83,000 sustained damage. Additionally, many public buildings, schools, and churches suffered significant damage or were destroyed. As a result, some 650,000 people – 40% of the area’s entire population of 1.6 million — have been left in need of shelter assistance. Indeed, when the earthquake occurred, the southwest region of Haiti was still languishing under the devastating impacts of Hurricane Matthew in October 2016, which affected more than 200,000 homes and caused more than $856.28 million USD in damage and losses.

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