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Haiti: Cholera snapshot (published as of March 2014)

In spite of severe structural deficits and financial constraints, the combat against cholera is slowly being won. Concerted national and international efforts have resulted in a drastic reduction in the number of suspected cholera cases and deaths from cholera every year.

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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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CERF Quarterly Update - January - March 2014

The largest allocations were provided to address critical needs in CAR and South Sudan. The donor community has contributed $220.7 million to CERF so far for 2014, one of the largest amounts since its launch in 2006.

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Haïti : Aperçu du choléra (publié en mars 2014)

Pour le mois de février, 1 392 cas suspects de choléra ont été rapportés par le Ministère de la Santé Publique, comparativement à 1 429 cas pour le mois de janvier. C'est le plus petit nombre de cas suspects depuis le début de l'épidémie.

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Haïti Bulletin humanitaire - Numéro 39, Mars 2014

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • La communauté humanitaire vient en aide aux populations affectées par la sécheresse et l’insécurité alimentaire dans le Nord-Ouest ;

  • Environ 137 000 personnes résident encore dans 243 camps de déplacés. Une diminution de plus de 9 000 personnes a été constatée durant la période de janvier à mars 2014 ;

  • La lutte contre le choléra se poursuit : inauguration de centres de traitement et réhabilitation des structures d’eau et d’assainissement ;

  • Haïti et la région Caraïbes se préparent à faire face aux tsunamis ;

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Haiti: Cholera snapshot (published as of March 2014)

For the month of February, 1,392 suspected cases of cholera were reported by the Ministry of Public Health, compared to 1,429 suspected cases for the month of January.
This is the lowest number of suspected cases since the start of the epidemic.

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Haiti: Presence of Humanitarian Partners - Who What Where (as of March 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haïti : Aperçu du choléra (publié le 21 février 2014)

Analyse de la situation de l’épidémie de choléra de janvier à décembre 2013

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Haiti: Humanitarian Dashboard (as of 6 February 2014) [EN/FR]

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SITUATION OVERVIEW

  1. CCCM: An estimated 146,000 people remain internally displaced in Haiti in 271 camps almost four years after the 2010 earthquake. Basic services in camps have declined faster than the pace of return or relocation of the displaced. 16,280 families living in 102 camps are considered at risk of forced evictions. 79,173 people are living in 67 camps considered to be at particularly high risk of flooding, with an additional 30 camps at additional environmental risks. (Sources: DTM - January 2014).

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Haiti: Emergency Preparedness and Response Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haiti: Protection Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haiti: CCCM/Shelter Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haïti : Aperçu humanitaire (janvier 2014)

Besoins humanitaires critiques pour 2014 (assistance aux personnes déplacées, épidémie de choléra, insécurité alimentaire, malnutrition et préparation et réponse aux urgences)

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Haiti: Humanitarian Snapshot (January 2014)

Critical humanitarian needs for 2013 ( assistance to IDPs, response to the cholera epidemic, food insecurity, malnutrition and emergency preparedness and response)

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Haïti : Aperçu du choléra (publié le 6 février 2014)

Analyse de la situation de l’épidémie de choléra de janvier à decembre 2013

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Haiti: Cholera snapshot (published on 6 February 2014)

Overview of the cholera situation from January to December 2013

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Haïti : Financements humanitaires (en date du 31 janvier 2014)

Le tremblement de terre du 12 janvier a déplacé plus de 2,1 millions de personnes et détruit/endommagé environ 175 682 bâtiments. Plus de 217 300 personnes ont été tuées et environ 300 600 bléssées. 90% des personnes déplacées par le tremblement de terre ont quitté les camps. 146 000 personnes déplacées soit 39 464 familles se trouvent dans 271 camps en Haiti.

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Haiti: Humanitarian Funding (as of 31 January 2014)

The earthquake of 12 January displaced more than 2.1 million people and destroyed/damaged about 175,682 homes. More than 217,300 people were killed and 300,600 injured. 90% of the IDPs population have left the camps.
As of January 2014, there were 146,000 IDPs (39,464 households) in 271 camps in Haiti. (Source: Data Tracking Matrix - Cluster CCCM/Shelter)

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Haïti Bulletin humanitaire - Numéro 37, Janvier 2014

Sans les fonds manquants, qui s’élèvent à 34 millions USD, les Nations Unies et ses partenaires ne seront plus capables de continuer toutes les operations de lutte contre l’épidémie.

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