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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Recovery Effort photo and video gallery


Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Stories of recovery
In the five years since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the U.S. Gulf Coast has moved towards recovery, with more than 2,200 homes being built, rehabilitated or repaired. (2010)
Photo slideshow: Stories of recovery






Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Then and now
With the help of Habitat for Humanity, thousands of Gulf Coast residents, who were affected by the hurricanes, now live in new, rehabilitated or repaired homes. (2010)
Photo slideshow: Then and now






Rebuilding lives
A photo slideshow tells the story of the work of Habitat’s volunteers, families and staff in the Gulf Coast region since Hurricane Katrina. (2007)







Going the distance in the Gulf
An overview of Habitat’s response to the devastation caused by hurricanes Katrina and Rita. (2007)
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Rebuilding hopes, lives and dreams
The story of Habitat’s efforts to help families rebuild in the Gulf Coast. (2006)
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Don’t forget us
Produced in the early months after hurricanes Katrina and Rita, this video highlights the great need in the Gulf Coast and urges viewers not to forget the many families who need new homes. (2005)
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Carter Work Project 2008 slideshows and videos
Slideshows and videos from the 2008 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project show how 5,000 volunteers helped draw attention to ongoing rebuilding efforts on the U.S. Gulf Coast.