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ALABAMA TORNADO

On April 27, 2011 a wide band of powerful tornados struck the Southeastern United States. Alabama was hit hardest, suffering 238 deaths and the destruction of more than 13,000 homes. In response, we partnered with local relief agencies to assist in the recovery. Between 2012-2013, we sent seven teams of 93 volunteers to repair and rebuild homes.

Alabama
stats:
Population below poverty line:
Total Expenditure on health per capita:
Under five mortality rate:
Physicians Density:
Life Expectancy:
School Life Expectancy:
Literacy Rate:
GDP per capita:
Children Under the age of 5 years underweight:
Unemployment rate:
Population:
4.8 Million
% without health insurance:
11.9%
% of persons living in poverty:
18.5%
% of high school graduates:
84.3%
Median household income:
$43,623

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