Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti on October 4, 2016, as a Category 4 hurricane. The combined effects of wind, coastal flooding and rain caused heavy flooding, landslides, and the destruction of a great deal of infrastructure, agricultural crops and natural ecosystems. In all, 546 people were killed, more than 175,500 people sought refuge in shelters, and about 1.4 million people required immediate humanitarian assistance. An assessment of the damage and losses had to be carried out very quickly to unlock financial resources from the World Bank Group (WBG) and the International Monetary Fund to provide the assistance needed by those affected by the disaster.(fromWorldBanck) I return to Haiti following the American NGO IHS (Infinitum Humanitarian Systems) with the purpose of installing water purification systems. After a disaster be it an earthquake, tsunami, hurricane or Typhoon the first commodity to be lost is drinking water. This NGO is in the business of making super-powerful and super-transportable water purification systems that are then given to local people.