Hurricane Matthew left a trail of destruction in the country's southern peninsula, destroying crops, sweeping away livestock and damaging irrigation and fishing infrastructures.
The National Civil Protection headquarters in Port-au-Prince raised the official nationwide death toll to 372, which included at least 198 deaths in Grand-Anse.
A woman holds an umbrella as she walks next to houses destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Les Anglais, Haiti, October 10, 2016.
A week after the devastating hurricane, agencies say four people remain missing, 246 are injured, and 175,509 are placed in provisional shelters, according to a report published Monday.
More than 1.4 million people are in need of urgent assistance, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien said Monday.
United Nations peacekeepers have been blamed for introducing the disease to Haiti, where it has killed 10,000 people since October 2010 - and the world body tacitly admitted its share of responsibility earlier this year. The next 24-48 hours will be the tipping point; patients will be rapidly identified and treated - and effective sanitation will then keep the bacteria from spreading - or the cholera epidemic is about to get a whole lot worse.
According to Rene Domersant, health ministry representative at Haiti's National Emergency Center, there are now 128 confirmed cholera cases and about 160 suspected cases in Sud, Nipps and Grand-Anse departments in the south of the country. An ongoing cholera outbreak has already killed roughly 10,000 people and sickened more than 800,000 since 2010.
Fifteen of the 27 deaths occurred in North Carolina - all but one of them in that state involving motor vehicles.
Residents in Port Salut and Les Cayes said little to no aid had reached them by Sunday, according to the AP. Bracken says nearly every home in the area around Dame Marie has lost its roof.
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"We are waiting for more personnel, more supplies, including intravenous bags, medicines and cleaning products", he said.
Pomper said he tried to stay at home with his family during the storm but they eventually fled as the water rushed into their house. "And downed power lines litter the streets", she said.
Hundreds of people were rescued by boat and helicopter as floodwaters inundated towns in the state of North Carolina on Monday, and officials warned that life-threatening flooding from swollen rivers would continue for days.
Mr Privert said the loss was "amazing", saying food, water and medicine was immediately needed. Although new cholera cases and deaths continue to be reported in all 10 departments in Haiti, the number of cases was significantly lowered from over 300,000 in 2011 to about 36,000 in 2015 thanks to intensified prevention and control efforts from national and worldwide actors.
On the ground, medical staff were finding many patients with soft tissue injuries, lacerations and broken bones from flying debris, said DeGennaro.
"I expect the cholera to increase and other illnesses related to dehydration in the short term, and malnutrition in the medium term", he said. "There's been a tremendous amount of water contamination and there's just a lack of clean drinking water".
One man whose leg was crushed by a fallen tree that killed his mother might need to have his leg amputated, but all workers can do is clean his wounds.
"Water is really a number one need right now", Bracken says.
"I haven't eaten all day", she told CNN's Ivan Watson, as she washed clothes in a plastic bin.