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17 Dec 2016 description
report Logistics Cluster

Responding to the needs of the coastal communities of Sud and Grande Anse, the departments the most affected by Hurricane Matthew, requires synergy of efforts and resources.

Princess Sam is a large barge with 500 mt capacity, chartered by WFP to step up delivery in areas hard to reach by road. On Friday 9 December, the barge, loaded with food and NFIs on behalf of WFP and IFRC, completed a second rotation to Anse D’Hainault, where ACTED manages a storage facility in support of interagency distribution in the area.

Test landing in Roseau

22 Nov 2016 description

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew made landfall near Les Anglais (south-western Haiti) on 4 October at 11:00 UTC, as a very intense Category 4 Hurricane. It then crossed the department of Grande Anse (south-western Haiti) provoking sever damage to road and ICT infrastructures, as well as housing and health facilities.

  • Access to the affected areas, especially mountainous areas of Grande Anse, still represents a significant constraint due to blocked roads and damaged infrastructure.

31 Oct 2016 description

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew made landfall near Les Anglais (south-western Haiti) on 4 October at 11:00 UTC, as a very intense Category 4 Hurricane. It then crossed the department of Grande Anse (south-western Haiti) provoking sever damage to road and ICT infrastructures, as well as housing and health facilities.

29 Oct 2016 description
report Logistics Cluster

The LET partners have joined forces again - this time for Haiti.

25 Oct 2016 description

LOCATION: Port au Prince, Haiti

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew made landfall near Les Anglais (south-western Haiti) on 4 October at 11:00 UTC, as a very intense Category 4 Hurricane. It then crossed the department of Grande Anse (south-western Haiti) provoking severe damage to road and ICT infrastructures, as well as housing and health facilities.

  • As the weather improved, land and air operations resumed with regular pace.

Coordination

23 Oct 2016 description
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Situation Overview

 Hurricane Matthew made landfall near Les Anglais (south-western Haiti) on 4 October at 11:00 UTC, as a very intense Category 4 Hurricane. It then crossed the department of Grande Anse (south-western Haiti) provoking severe damage to road and ICT infrastructures.

13 Oct 2016 description

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew made landfall near Les Anglais (south-western Haiti) on 4 October at 11:00 UTC, as a very intense Category 4 Hurricane. It then crossed the department of Grande Anse (south-western Haiti) provoking severe damage to road and ICT infrastructure.

05 Oct 2016 description

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew, a powerful category 4 Atlantic hurricane, hit the south western tip of Haiti making landfall at about 11:00 GMT on Tuesday, 4 October, and then follow on to the east of Cuba and the Bahamas. Its maximum sustained wind is reported to equal 250 km/h and torrential rain as well as potential mudslides are expected to be triggered causing extensive damage in coastal areas.

03 Oct 2016 description

Situation Overview

  • Hurricane Matthew remains a powerful category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 230 km/h with higher gusts. It is expected to make landfall on Monday (3 October), and produce heavy rains and storm surges that will impact the southern and northern coast of Cuba, the southern coast of Haiti and Jamaica. Matthew’s storm track has recently shifted to the east, placing Haiti’s southwestern tip closer to Matthew’s path.