- IFRC Preparedness for Population Movement Emergency Plan of Action Update, 6 July 2015
- Report of the Special Rapporteur on the human rights of internally displaced persons, Chaloka Beyani - Mission to Haiti EN/FR
- OCHA Bulletin humanitaire - Numéro 51, mai-juin 2015
Appeals & Funding
Haiti - Drought
• Due to below-average rainfall, Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) "Crisis" level has been reached in parts of Haiti, severely affecting 180 000 people. Between 60% and 80% loss of the main local crops and vegetables in these areas has been confirmed. • Difficulties in accessing water results in the reduction of daily meals or leads to community conflicts. • Livestock has been severely affected and pressure has been put on alternative food resources (fishery).
Haiti - Severe weather
• Heavy rains affected Haiti over 3-5 April, causing floods and damage, including in the capital Port-au-Prince. At least six people were killed and 8,000 houses were damaged (as of 6 April, media).
• Isolated heavy rainfall may still affect some areas of Haiti in the evening of 7 April.
The Livelihood Zone Map for Haiti is the result of secondary data review and key informant workshops held in July 2014 and validated through field work in August-September 2014, as well as additional key informant consultations. A livelihood zone is an area within which people share broadly the same pattern of livelihood, including options for obtaining food and income and market opportunities. A livelihood zoning is essential for the following reasons: