alert - warning

Yo pa tradui paj sa a nan lang Kreyòl ayisyen. Ale sou Kreyòl ayisyen paj la pou jwenn resous nan lang sa a.

Nouvèl & Laprès: Dezas 4399

Nòt Laprès & Fich Enfòmasyon

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FEMA ap pibliye yon sispansyon pwovizwa sou lwaye pou sivivan katastwòf k ap viv nan lojman FEMA yo nan eta sila yo:

  • California
  • Florida
  • North Carolina
  • Texas

Sa pral ede soulaje difikilte finansye sivivan yo genyen akoz pandemi coronavirus (COVID-19) la. Sispansyon an aplike pou lwaye sèlman; yo prevwa pou yo rekòmanse kolekte lwaye nan dat 1ye jiyè.

Kisa moun k ap viv nan lojman FEMA yo ka prevwa?

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PDFs, Grafik & Miltimedya

View the Disaster Multimedia Toolkit for social media and video content to help communicate about general disaster recovery.

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Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment for Calhoun-Liberty Hospital Association, Inc. Proposed Main Hospital Building Relocation, FEMA-DR-4399-FL, June 2022

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Toro Negro - Orocovis

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Mayagüez City Hall

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Florida; FEMA-4399-DR

Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4399-DR- Florida for Hurricane Michael during the period of October 7-19, 2018.

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Chief Executive of the National Flood Insurance Program Meets with FEMA Mitigation in Tallahassee after Hurricane Michael

Tallahassee, Florida, – David Maurstad, chief executive of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) meets with the FEMA Mitigation team at the Area Field Office in Tallahassee, Florida following Hurricane Michael. FEMA partners with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, other federal agencies, the state, local communities, counties, tribal entities, private sector, and voluntary organizations active in disaster (VOAD) to provide assistance to disaster survivors and local communities. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA.

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Survivor Assistance Provided by FEMA at Festival

Apalachicola, FL, - Representatives from FEMA's Disaster Survivors Assistance Team, Mitigation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Small Business Administration provide information and assistance to survivors of Hurricane Michael that are attending the 55th Annual Florida Seafood Festival. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA

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FEMA at Walmart in Panama City, Florida

Panama City, FL, - FEMA Mitigation Outreach set up a table in Walmart to present recovery information to survivors of Hurricane Michael shopping at the store. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA

Panama City, FL, December 6, 2018 - Hurricane Michael survivors seek assistance from FEMA at Senator Marco Rubio's Recovery Assistance Center in Bay High School's Gymnasium. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA
FEMA Assists Survivors at Rubio's Recovery Assistance Center

Panama City, FL, - Hurricane Michael survivors seek assistance from FEMA at Senator Marco Rubio's Recovery Assistance Center in Bay High School's Gymnasium. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA

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FEMA Mitigation Information Made Available at Florida Seafood Festival

Apalachicola, FL, - The 55th Annual Florida Seafood Festival hosted FEMA at the front gate of the event to provide information and assistance to survivors of Hurricane Michael. Mitigation information was available to the attendees as well as representatives to speak with survivors.

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FEMA Mitigation Offering Assistance at Walmart

Callaway, FL, - Representative from FEMA Mitigation offers assistance to local survivor shopping at Walmart. Robert Kaufmann/FEMA