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Haiti: 2014 Humanitarian Funding Overview (as of 21 October 2014)

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Haïti Bulletin humanitaire - Numéro 44, Septembre 2014

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • Lutte contre l’épidémie de choléra : près de 185,000 personnes ont reçu le vaccin contre le choléra dans trois départements prioritaires.

  • Plus de 85 000 personnes déplacées internes selon le dernier rapport de la DTM du mois de septembre 2014.

  • La situation nutritionnelle des enfants reste une préoccupation pour la communauté humanitaire.

  • Le phénomène El Ninõ pourrait affecter la production agricole entre les mois d’octobre et de décembre prochains.

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Haiti: Cholera Snapshot (Published as of September 2014)

From October 2010 to 20 September 2014, the Government of Haïti (GoH) has reported 707,176 suspected cholera cases and 8,614 cholera related deaths. From January to 20 September 2014, 9,715 suspected cases and 91 fatalities have been registered and the case fatality rate is 0.94 per cent, continues to be below the 1 per cent target rate set by the World Health Organization.

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Haiti: 2014 Humanitarian Funding Overview (as of 29 September 2014)

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Haiti: Cholera Snapshot (Published as of August 2014)

From October 2010 to 31 July 2014, the Government of Haïti (GoH) has reported 705,477 suspected cholera cases and 8,573 cholera related deaths.

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Haiti : Humanitarian Dashboard (January - July 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

From January to June 2014, 101 IDP camps were closed and 11,486 IDP families (43,360 individuals) were relocated through return programs. As of June 2014, 36 camps (hosting 45,678 IDPs) out of 53 at risk of flooding had preparedness and response committees and small scale mitigation works were undertaken.

With regards to cholera, data as of June 2014 showed an 82% reduction in the number of cases compared to the same period in 2013. 53% of nutritional coverage was provided in the areas most affected by severe acute malnutrition.

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Periodic Monitoring Report (January - July 2014)

While the humanitarian situation in Haiti has generally improved, return, relocation or local integration solutions need to be intensified to prevent continued displacement in deteriorating living conditions.

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World + 3 others
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Humanitarian Response

The use of drones raises serious practical and ethical issues that humanitarian organizations must address through transparency, community engagement, and guidelines for privacy and data security.

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World + 23 others
Global Humanitarian Overview - Status Report, August 2014

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102 million people are estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance compared to 81 million in December 2013. Global financial requirements to cover humanitarian needs rose from $12.9 billion to $17.3 billion now.

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Haiti: 2014 Humanitarian Funding Overview (as of 21 August 2014)

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Haiti Humanitarian Needs Overview: Mid-Year Review (July 2014)

The updated Humanitarian Needs Overview highlights basic services, protection and durable solutions for IDPs, health and WASH related to the cholera epidemic, severe food and nutrition insecurity and high vulnerability and low resilience to natural hazards as priorities.

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Cholera vaccines for 200,000 people

With support from the OCHA-managed Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), Haiti’s Ministry of Health and the Pan-American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) are set to vaccinate 200,000 people against cholera.

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Communiqué de presse conjoint: Saison cyclonique : le Système national mobilise plus de 250 membres pour son exercice de simulation national

Port-au-Prince, lundi 11 août 2014 : Le Ministère de l’Intérieur et des Collectivités Territoriales à travers sa Direction de la Protection Civile, coordonne les 12 et 13 août 2014, un exercice de simulation (SIMEX) national aux aléas hydrométéorologiques, dans le cadre des activités de préparation à la saison cyclonique.

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South Sudan + 16 others
OCHA Country Based Pooled Funds 2013

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Haiti : Humanitarian Dashboard (January - March 2014)

SITUATION OVERVIEW

Between January and March 2014, the key humanitarian concern revolved around the deterioration of the food security in the North-West Department. This is the result of the combined effects of the lack of viable coping mechanisms due to the extreme poverty of the population and the poor spring and winter harvest as well as the prolonged drought since November 2013. An estimated 143,000 people are affected by this situation.

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Haiti : Tableau de bord humanitaire (janvier - mars 2014)

APERÇU DE LA SITUATION

Entre janvier et mars 2014, la situation humanitaire a été marquée par la détérioration de la sécurité alimentaire dans le département du Nord-Ouest. Ceci est le résultat des effets combinés du manque de mécanismes d'adaptation viables en raison de l'extrême pauvreté de la population et des mauvaises récoltes de printemps et d’hiver, ainsi que la sécheresse prolongée depuis novembre 2013. Selon les estimations, 143 000 personnes sont touchées par cette situation.

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Guatemala + 6 others
REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies - Latin America & the Caribbean - Year 7 - Volume 364

Highlights

 GUATEMALA: The July 7 earthquake affected 84,679 people in Guatemala, with 6,341 evacuees and 765 people in 22 shelters currently open.

 HONDURAS: The Government is calling for the creation of a plan of action to address the serious humanitarian emergency caused by the high migration flow of unaccompanied children deported from the U.S.

 THE AMERICAS: The Director of WHO believes that the spread of the chikungunya virus is concerning and recommends countries to prevent this disease through a comprehensive social approach.

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Guatemala + 6 others
REDLAC Nota Semanal sobre Emergencias - América Latina y el Caribe Año 7 - Volumen 364

Destacados

  • GUATEMALA: El sismo ocurrido el pasado 07 de julio ha dejado hasta el momento 84,679 personas afectadas en Guatemala, 6,341 evacuados y 765 albergados actualmente en 22 centros.

  • HONDURAS: El Gobierno anunció un plan de acción para responder a la grave emergencia humanitaria generada por el alto flujo migratorio de niñas y niños no acompañados hacia los EEUU.

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