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FEMA’s Hub of Philanthropic Engagement – Puerto Rico tailors collaborative efforts with nonprofits, municipalities and service-oriented organizations to identify resources (funding, technical suppo

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A severe storm packing hurricane-force wind gusts and soaking rain swept through the Northeast early Monday, knocking out power for more than a million and forcing hundreds of schools to close in N

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After every disaster, no matter where or what size, there is a marked difference between insured disaster survivors and disaster survivors without adequate insurance.

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Disaster assistance from other sources—such as insurance—is considered when determining the amount of aid given by FEMA to those affected by the Kilauea volcanic eruptions and earthquakes in Hawai‘

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FEMA’s Work on Behalf of Survivors

 

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Last updated Mar 6, 2020

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