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18 Aug 2017 description

POINTS SAILLANTS

• 6,776 haïtiens ont été déportés de la République dominicaine en juillet 2017.

• Baisse importante des cas de choléra grâce à une réponse plus efficace et coordonnée des acteurs.

• Dialogue entre acteurs humanitaires et autorités locales dans le Sud et la Grand’Anse.

CHIFFRES CLES

# de déplacés dans 27 camps du séisme de 2010 (juin 2017) Source : DTM 37 867

Cas suspects cumulatifs de cholera : jan-juil. Source : MSPP/DELR 8 354

18 Aug 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• 6,776 Haitians were officially deported from the Dominican Republic in July 2017

• Significant reduction in cholera cases through a more effective and coordinated response of humanitarian actors

• Dialogue between humanitarian actors and local authorities in the departments of Sud and Grand'Anse

KEY FIGURES

# of IDPs still living in 27 camps since the 2010 earthquake (June 2017)
Source : DTM 37 867

15 Jul 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The humanitarian community mobilized to support the Government in the event of an emergency.

  • 5.82 million people face acute food insecurity, of whom 2.35 million are in severe situation (IPC February - May 2017).

  • Eight months after Hurricane Matthew, affected people still live in precarious conditions, particularly in hard-to-reach areas.

KEY FIGURES

20 Jun 2017 description

POINTS SAILLANTS

  • La communauté humanitaire mobilisée pour accompagner le Gouvernement en cas d’urgence.

  • 5,82 millions de personnes sont en insécurité alimentaire aigüe à travers le pays (IPC Février 2017).

  • Huit mois après Matthew des personnes affectées vivent encore dans des conditions précaires notamment dans les zones difficiles d’accès.

Lancement de la saison cyclonique 2017

16 Jun 2017 description

Contexte

Le passage de l’ouragan Matthew a causé des dégâts très importants aux infrastructures (routes, écoles, centres de santé), aux abris, au secteur productif (agricole/pêche/petit commerce), etc. dans les zones rurales de la Grand’Anse, affectant très sévèrement les ménages y résidant (nombre estimé à 72 000 ménages, soit plus de 360 000 personnes).

02 May 2017 description

Ce rapport est produit par le Bureau des Nations Unies pour la Coordination des Affaires Humanitaires (OCHA) en Haïti, en collaboration avec les partenaires humanitaires et couvre la période du 25 avril au 01 mai 2017.

Faits saillants

  • Les dégâts causés par les pluies diluviennes qui se sont abattues entre le 20 - 24 avril sur les départements du Sud, du Sud-Est, de la Grand’Anse et des Nippes continuent à être évalués.

27 Apr 2017 description

Ce rapport est produit par le Bureau des Nations Unies pour la Coordination des affaires humanitaires (OCHA) en Haïti en collaboration avec les partenaires humanitaires et couvre la période du 20 au 25 avril 2017.

Faits saillants

  • Des pluies diluviennes sont tombées du jeudi 20 au lundi 24 avril sur les départements du Sud, du SudEst, de la Grand’Anse et des Nippes causant des inondations, des éboulements, et des glissements de terrain. Le département du Sud est le plus touché.

04 Mar 2017 description

Main Points

  • 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.

10 Feb 2017 description

DESTACADOS

• 2016 cerró con 10.7 millones de personas afectadas, 10 % más que en 2015.

• Las inundaciones ocupan el primer lugar en tipo de desastre en la región, aunque la sequía genera el mayor número de personas afectadas.

• La temporada de huracanes en el Atlántico fue la más activa desde 2012 y las más mortal desde 2005.

• Durante 2016, Naciones Unidas solicitó fondos por US$339 millones en la región.

• 2016 marcó el 25 aniversario de la Resolución 46/182 de la ONU.

10 Feb 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• 2016 closed with 10.7 million people affected, 10 per cent more than in 2015.

• Floods are the most frequent type of disaster in the region, although drought affected more people.

• The Atlantic hurricane season was more active than 2012 and more deadly than 2005.

• The United Nations requested funding for US$339 million for emergencies in the region.

• 2016 marked the 25th anniversary of UN Resolution 46/182.

More than 10 million people affected by disaster in 2016

02 Feb 2017 description

Main Points

  • A minimum expenditure basket for recurrent Multi-Purpose Grant (MPG) transfers was recently agreed for piloting in Haiti. The MPG involves three sectors: Food Security, WASH and Shelter/NFIs.

  • WFP has established a hotline service to allow people affected by the hurricane to ask questions and provide feedback on assistance provided, including cash-based transfers.

29 Jan 2017 description

Faits saillants

• Des interventions humanitaires se déroulent dans des zones difficiles à atteindre, conformément à un plan d'accès aux localités éloignées en utilisant divers moyens de transport.

• Le récent rapport d'évaluation en temps réel (RTE) de la réponse internationale à l'ouragan Matthew recommande d'ajuster la réponse humanitaire en cours ainsi que les mesures visant à renforcer la résilience et la gestion des risques de catastrophe en Haïti. Il suggère également des changements à long terme concernant le système humanitaire.

25 Jan 2017 description

Main Points

• Humanitarian interventions are taking places in hard-to-reach areas in line with a plan to access remote locations using various means of transportation.

• The recently released Real Time Evaluation (RTE) report of the international response to Hurricane Matthew recommends adjustment to the ongoing humanitarian response alongside with measures to strengthen resilience and disaster risk management in Haiti and long-term changes concerning the humanitarian system.

17 Jan 2017 description

Main Points

• Since 06 January, humanitarian operations in Grand’Anse and Sud were either temporally suspended or limited in relation with the arrest of senator-elect Guy Philippe and the demonstrations and road blocks that followed.
This week, activities have fully resumed in Sud and slowly in Grand’Anse.

• As part of a Technical Assistance Project for Agricultural Assistance and in preparation for the Spring Campaign, FAO signed with the Ministry of Agriculture a seed donation agreement of 500,000 US dollars.

09 Jan 2017 description

Main Points

  • The security situation in Grand’Anse has deteriorated following the arrest of senator-elect Guy Philippe, on 05 January with many demonstrations and road blocks reported and affecting humanitarian operations which were either temporally suspended or limited

  • The preliminary results of a new Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) show that food security and availability in markets have improved in the communes affected by Matthew with the levels of inadequate food consumption decreasing in both Sud and Grand’Anse.

30 Dec 2016 description

Faits saillants

• Le CERF a approuvé deux projets d'une valeur d'un peu plus de 3,5 millions de dollars américains pour le rétablissement rapide des services rassurants d'éducation, l'assistance à la protection des plus vulnérables expulsés des abris temporaires et le soutien à environ 30 000 personnes dans les zones de retour.

28 Dec 2016 description

Main Points

  • The CERF approved two project proposals worth just over US$ 3.5 million for rapid restoration of safe education services, protection assistance to most vulnerable evicted from temporary shelters and support to an estimated 30,000 people in areas of return.

  • The three-month USD 139 million Flash Appeal to respond to the most urgent post Hurricane Matthew humanitarian needs remains underfunded by USD 52.5 million (or 37.8% of the funding requirements).

19 Dec 2016 description

Main Points

  • UNDP has supported the creation of Emergency employment with 123,680 daily jobs created in 10 of the most affected communes

  • Access to safe water remains critical. The WASH sector reported that 42 partners in 88 communes are supporting the DINEPA in the WASH response. Water supply systems affected by Matthew are being rehabilitated by DINEPA on World Bank funds among others.

10 Dec 2016 description

Main Points

  • Active screening of children under five in most affected areas of Grand’Anse and Sud point to alarming levels of malnutrition and the need for immediate response. 

  • Close to 98% of the 806,000 severely food insecure people in need of assistance have received food distributions. In addition, some 120,000 people have also received food as part of WFP’s second round of distributions. 

04 Dec 2016 description

Main Points

• The HCT launched an action plan to prioritize assistance to the most vulnerable people in the most affected areas based on a severity ranking tool.

• Assisted departure of families sheltered in schools in Jeremie has resumed. More than 300 families are scheduled to receive assistance in three schools in the coming days.

• Multisector assessments in areas of returns are being piloted in Port-a-Piment, in the South region.