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23 Feb 2017 description

Shelter Objective 1

To ensure the health, safety, security and dignity of girls, boys, women and men affected by hurricane Matthew, through the provision of rapid and targeted shelter and NFI solutions

23 Feb 2017 description

Shelter Objective 1

To ensure the health, safety, security and dignity of girls, boys, women and men affected by hurricane Matthew, through the provision of rapid and targeted shelter and NFI solutions

23 Feb 2017 description
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22 février 2017 – Le gouvernement du Japon a accordé mardi un don de 2.6 millions de dollars au Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'enfance (UNICEF) pour lui permettre de combattre le choléra en Haïti.

Ce don du Japon appuiera directement le 'Projet de renforcement de la prévention et de la réponse au choléra' dont le principal objectif est de contribuer à réduire la morbidité et la mortalité liées au choléra en Haïti en 2017 et 2018.

23 Feb 2017 description

Shelter Objective 1

To ensure the health, safety, security and dignity of girls, boys, women and men affected by hurricane Matthew, through the provision of rapid and targeted shelter and NFI solutions

23 Feb 2017 description

Shelter Objective 1

To ensure the health, safety, security and dignity of girls, boys, women and men affected by hurricane Matthew, through the provision of rapid and targeted shelter and NFI solutions

22 Feb 2017 description
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22 February 2017 – A new grant from the Government of Japan will allow the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to help reduce cholera-related morbidity and mortality in Haiti in 2017 and 2018, the UN agency said in a news release.

“With this gift from the Japanese people, we will strengthen the axes of the fight againstcholera in the protection of the Haitian population, especially children,” said Marc Vincent, UNICEF Representative in Haiti, welcoming the contribution.

21 Feb 2017 description

After Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti in October 2016, response actors estimated that as many as 35,000 families—approximately 175,000 people—in Grand’Anse and Sud departments whose homes were damaged or destroyed relocated to temporary shelters. USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) responded by distributing emergency shelter supplies, including plastic sheeting and shelter repair kits, to help displaced households return home quickly.

21 Feb 2017 description

Points saillants

 Ce document présente l’état de la sécurité alimentaire et des moyens d’existence dans les zones les plus affectées deux mois après l’ouragan Matthew.

  • Plus de 60% des ménages ont été directement affectés par Matthew, surtout en termes de dégâts sur les maisons, stocks et parcelles cultivées; 6% des ménages enquêtés sont encore déplacés ou accueillent des déplacés.

21 Feb 2017 description

Highlights

 This paper presents the impact on food security and livelihoods in the most affected areas two months after Hurricane Matthew.

  • Over 60% of households were directly affected by Matthew, mainly in terms of damage to housing, stocks and cultivated plots;6% of households interviewed are still displaced or host displaced persons.

21 Feb 2017 description

Highlights

  • According to the latest results of the Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA), food insecurity halved in the areas most affected by Hurricane Matthew. However, high levels of food insecurity persist in the North-West, Artibonite and La Gonave regions, where little assistance was provided.