Posts Tagged Hurricanes

Assessing Storm Impact in Puerto Rico with Remote Sensing and Digital Volunteers

After the winds and rains of Hurricane Maria swept through Puerto Rico, the island was left in darkness. Electrical power generation was […]

Emergency Shipments Continue to Flood-Ravaged Texas Communities

Communities in Texas remain in rescue mode as floodwaters continue to rise. The amounts of rain have reached record-breaking levels with more […]

Preparation Underway for 2014 Hurricane Season

Hurricane Prep Modules

At Direct Relief, hurricane season runs year-round. The team has already started making donation requests to build new preparedness packs and modules […]

Hurricane Season: Preparing for Worst Case Scenario

Hurricane Prep Modules

Direct Relief Deploys Country’s Largest Hurricane Preparedness Program as Experts Urge Preparedness, Predict “Extremely Active” Season As the nation braces for the […]

Hurricane Sandy: Fighting the Spread of Cholera in Haiti

While Direct Relief USA reaches out to clinics on the East Coast, we continue to assess and respond to needs in Haiti […]

Hurricane Sandy: Offering Help Amid Evacuations, Outages

While Sandy travels further inland, leaving behind thousands of people in shelters and widespread power outages, Direct Relief is actively monitoring needs and […]