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Une situation alarmante pour les Haïtiens affectés par l’ouragan Matthew

Après l’ouragan Matthew, beaucoup étaient préoccupés par la crise qui résulterait de la dévastation d’agriculture. Maintenant, la dévastation devient pire avec des gens affamés dans la région de Grand Anse. Le député Benoit Jean-Guerrier exige le gouvernment haïtien a agir bientôt, et il a annoncé une conférence de presse pour attirer l’attention a la situation terrible. Selon cet article, “Il y a quelques semaines, la CNSA avait tiré la sonnette d’alarme sur la dégradation de la sécurité alimentaire dans les départements affectés par l’ouragan Matthew.” Partie de l’article est ci-dessous. Cliquez ICI pour le texte complet. Grand’Anse, la faim gagne du terrain Roberson Alphonse, Le Nouvelliste 20 mars 2017 National – Plus de cinq mois après Matthew et son lot de dévastations, des habitants de sections communales reculées de la Grand’ Anse, par vagues successives, enjambent les montagnes, arrivent voûtés de désespoirs dans […]

Update on Hurricane Matthew Aftermath

Five months ago, a category-4 hurricane struck Haiti and created a devastating humanitarian emergency, affecting 2.1 million in the country. Emergency response has provided over 1 million people with food assistance, although there remain many critical needs that must still be addressed. Now, emergency response is coming to an end and shifting its focus to promote recovery in all sectors. Part of the report is shown below. Click HERE for the original report. Hurricane Matthew – Situation Report No. 35 (04 March 2017) ReliefWeb March 4, 2017 Situation Overview: Category-4 Hurricane Matthew violently struck southwestern Haiti on 4 October 2016 bringing heavy rainfall in the south, southeast and the north-west, and creating the largest humanitarian emergency in the country since the 2010 earthquake. It caused considerable damage to housing and agricultural sectors. The Directorate of Civil Protection of Haiti (DPC) reported that over five hundred people lost their lives […]

Seven Years after the Earthquake: Haiti in an unprecedented humanitarian, food, and climate crisis

Press Contact: Nicole Phillips, Staff Attorney, Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) Nicole @ijdh.org (510) 715-2855 Seven Years after the Earthquake: Haiti in an unprecedented humanitarian, food, and climate crisis January 12, 2017 – Washington, DC –  On the seventh anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti’s capital of Port-au-Prince, human rights groups, faith-based organizations, policy institutes and humanitarian organizations would like to honor those who lost their lives in the earthquake, as well as those who lost their lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Haiti’s vulnerability to natural disasters is the result of human policies, which can be changed. As the election crisis comes to an end, and President-elect Jovenel Moise is set to take office on February 7, 2017, there’s a unique opportunity for sustained change now. January 12, 2010 Earthquake The earthquake […]

Sen. Ed Markey Visits Haiti to Deliver Humanitarian Relief

U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) visited Haiti earlier this week to assess the current situation following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew and help provide aid to the Haitian people.  He also has written to Samantha Power, the US Ambassador to the UN, asking for accountability and assistance in the cholera outbreak. Senator Markey Visits Haiti to Assess Humanitarian Response After Hurricane Matthew Senator Ed Markey October 12, 2016 Washington (October 12, 2016) – Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), top Democrat on the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy of the Foreign Relations Committee, traveled this week to Haiti to observe the humanitarian response to Hurricane Matthew and assess any public health conditions, including the possible aggravation of Haiti’s cholera epidemic. The cholera epidemic started in Haiti in 2010 after United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Forces introduced cholera when […]

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