- Rapport de l’Expert indépendant sur la situation des droits de l’homme en Haïti (A/HRC/34/73) (Advance edited version)
- WFP Haiti Situation Report #41 (3 March 2017)
- UNICEF Humanitarian Situation Report - February 2017
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2017 EN / FR
- Humanitarian Response Plan January 2017 - December 2018 EN / FR
- Haïti Hurricane Matthew priorities and achievements - Critical needs overview (Nov 2016)
- Haïti Appel Eclair Octobre 2016 FR / EN
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017: Haiti
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
L’ouragan Matthew a frappé Haïti le 4 octobre 2016, laissant un bilan de 1,4 million de personnes ayant besoin d’une aide humanitaire, dont 806 000 personnes avaient besoin d'une aide alimentaire urgente "selon l'EFSA d'octobre 2016", des milliers de maisons, d'écoles et des installations de santé endommagées et des milliers de familles déplacées.
How does MSF work? It’s a deceptively simple question with at least as many different answers as we have patients all over the world. However, there are some common threads. From the most basic nutritional assistance for malnourished children to the most complex medical research, all of our work is guided by the principles set out in our charter: upholding medical ethics, maintaining impartiality, bearing witness on behalf of our patients, ensuring we remain accountable to both our donors and beneficiaries, and preserving our independence.
1.55 million people food insecure of which 280 000 severely
2 out of 3 farmers have lost ¾ of their stocks
Food insecurity halved in the hardest-hit areas
USD 19.3 million still needed to support 700 000 people under the 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP)
Now in its 10th year, the Emergency Response Fund Scheme (ERFS) was established to promote early action and reduce loss of life in a sudden humanitarian crisis. Irish Aid has just allocated €2.7 million to six humanitarian partners under the Scheme for 2017: Concern Worldwide, Trócaire, Christian Aid Ireland, Plan International Ireland, World Vision Ireland and Oxfam Ireland.
How does the Fund work?
The scheme is particularly geared towards the initial weeks after the onset of an emergency and targets those in immediate need.
The annual report is a global Food Security Cluster accountability product that must be read in conjunction with the evolving global humanitarian environment.
In 2014, the Joint FAO/WFP Evaluation of the Food Security Cluster Coordination was endorsed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Programme Committee and the World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Board, recommendations of which formed the backbone of the global Food Security Cluster (gFSC)
Strategic Plan 2015–2016.
When Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti on October 4, 2016 it left behind a balance of 1.4 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, including 806,000 people in urgent need of food assistance” according to the October 2016 EFSA”, thousands of houses, schools and health facilities damaged and thousands of families displaced.
Five months after the hurricane, humanitarian partners have managed to reach about 1 million people through food and NFI distributions, Water and Sanitation services, rehabilitation of schools and health structures, among others.
In the five months after Hurricane Matthew struck southwestern Haiti on 4 October 2016, humanitarian partners reached over 1,000,000 people with humanitarian assistance in the most affected regions of Grand’Anse, Sud and Nippes.
The emergency response is coming to an ending and the focus is shifting to early recovery in all of the sectors. It is essential to support on-going self-recovery efforts, including building back safer and strengthening the capacity of affected communities to face the coming hurricane season.
Countries in the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region experience a range of natural hazards, including droughts, earthquakes, floods, forest fires, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, and volcanoes. El Niño and La Niña, extreme phases of natural climate cycles, periodically exacerbate the impacts of hydrometeorological events in the LAC region. Unplanned urban expansion, environmental degradation, and poor land-use management also increase populations’ vulnerability to natural hazards.
• UNICEF has worked with government and non-government partners to ensure pregnant women in high-risk areas receive quality information on how to prevent ZIKV, including avoiding sexual transmission. Using mass communication, 166 million people across Latin America and the Caribbean have been reached with key preventive messages.
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.
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.
2,7 milliards sur 3 ans pour le relèvement des départements affectés par le cyclone Mathieu
L´évaluation des besoins après le désastre par les autorités nationales et leurs partenaires internationaux identifie le logement et l´agriculture comme les secteurs prioritaires.
LA COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE, vu le traité sur le fonctionnement de l’Union européenne, vu le règlement (UE) 2015/322 du Conseil du 2 mars 2015 relatif à la mise en œuvre du 11e Fonds européen de développement1 , et notamment son article 9, paragraphe 3, vu le règlement (UE) 2015/323 du Conseil du 2 mars 2015 portant règlement financier applicable au 11e Fonds européen de développement2 , et notamment son article 26, considérant ce qui suit:
THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,
Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,
Having regard to Council Regulation (EU) 2015/322 of 2 March 2015 on the implementation of the 11th European Development Fund1 and in particular Article 9(3) thereof,
Having regard to Council Regulation (EU) 2015/323 of 2 March 2015 on the financial regulation applicable to the 11th European Development Fund2 and in particular Article 26 thereof Whereas:
€ 19 755 000 humanitarian assistance:
• €255 000 IFRC (WASH)
• €1 500 000 UNICEF (WASH)
• €2 000 000 CARE FR (food security and livelihoods, education, shelters) • € 16 000 000 (food security and livelihoods, nutrition, education, shelter, protection, WASH)
ECHO office: 4 Humanitarian experts and 1 logistics / security expert also supporting the CP Team.