This graphic shows just how much hurricane help Haiti needs

Hurricane Matthew left at least 372 dead in Haiti and the United Nations is appealing for $120 million for food, water and building supplies so that 1.4 million people in the impoverished Caribbean nation can start rebuilding their lives.

There are also growing concerns about an increase in cases of cholera — responsible for the deaths of roughly 10,000 people, and for sickening more than 800,000 since the earthquake in 2010. (The quake killed 220,000, according to Haitian government estimates.)

This graphic breaks down where hurricane aid is most urgently needed.



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