Category 4 Hurricane Matthew struck the southwest coast of Haiti at 0700 local time (1200 GMT) on 4 October. Wind speeds of 230km/h were recorded, and caused widespread damage, flooding, and displacement. It continued across the northwest of the country.
350,000 people require humanitarian assistance, and 14,530 have been displaced. Reported death toll is currently six.
Sud, Sud-Est, Grande'Anse, Nippes, Nord-Ouest, and Ouest departments are the most affected.
It is expected that flooding will exacerbate pre-existing epidemics such as cholera, dengue fever, and Zika.