#Puerto Rico

  • Article: This UC Berkeley Student's Life Changed After She Went to Puerto Rico to Rebuild Houses
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    This UC Berkeley Student's Life Changed After She Went to Puerto Rico to Rebuild Houses

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Dana Brandes-Simon|Nov. 26, 2018

    Hasti Ahmadi went on a service trip to Puerto Rico — and stayed longer to have a greater impact. Read more

  • Video: Reconnecting Puerto Rico to Speed Relief Efforts after Hurricane Maria
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    Reconnecting Puerto Rico to Speed Relief Efforts after Hurricane Maria

    Sept. 27, 2018|Cisco

    NetHope and Cisco helped communities re-establish communications with the rest of the world. Read more

  • Article: One Year Later, Puerto Rico Still Hasn't Recovered From Hurricane Maria
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    One Year Later, Puerto Rico Still Hasn't Recovered From Hurricane Maria

    Sept. 20, 2018

    To say that the island of 3.3 million has not yet recovered is an understatement. Read more

  • Article: How to Give Purposefully to Victims of Natural Disasters
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    How to Give Purposefully to Victims of Natural Disasters

    Sept. 20, 2018|All Hands and Hearts and Good360

    The Resilient Response Initiative guides a necessary shift in disaster-giving. Read more

  • Article: Death Toll From Hurricane Maria 46 Times Deadlier Than Federal Count
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    Death Toll From Hurricane Maria 46 Times Deadlier Than Federal Count

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 28, 2018

    This report could prompt a more urgent reaction from the federal government. Read more

  • Article: Puerto Rico Revises Hurricane Maria Death Toll From 64 to 1,427
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    Puerto Rico Revises Hurricane Maria Death Toll From 64 to 1,427

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 9, 2018

    But it could be higher than 5,000. Read more

  • Article: Hurricane Maria May Have Killed 5,000 People in Puerto Rico: Harvard Study
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    Hurricane Maria May Have Killed 5,000 People in Puerto Rico: Harvard Study

    By Phineas Rueckert|May 29, 2018

    Researchers attribute the bulk of the deaths to “health care disruption.” Read more

  • Article: Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.
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    Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.

    By Chris Gelardi|May 14, 2018

    Warming oceans are amplifying hurricane intensity. Read more