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03 Oct 2016 description

The DTM is a monitoring tool designed to provide timely and accurate information on the population and Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) sites. It is a camp-based, rapid assessment that gathers information mainly through observation, physical counting and informant interviews. First rolled out in Haiti in March 2010, (DTM v1.0) was developed in collaboration with the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster and other partners taking into account the emergency information needs of various clusters immediately following the earthquake.

10 Apr 2013 description

L'Organisation des Nations Unies et la communauté humanitaire en Haïti a lancé un plan d'action humanitarian 2013 pour 144 millions de dollars pour répondre à l'assistance aux personnes déplacées; réponse épidémie de choléra, la réduction de l'insécurité alimentaire / malnutrition, la préparation aux situations d'urgence.

10 Apr 2013 description
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SITUATION OVERVIEW

  • Food insecurity due to the destruction of crops by natural disasters

  • Recurrent natural disasters and the residual consequences of the 2010 earthquake

  • Resurgent localized cholera outbreaks

09 Apr 2013 description
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SITUATION OVERVIEW

  • Food insecurity due to the destruction of crops by natural disasters

  • Recurrent natural disasters and the residual consequences of the 2010 earthquake

  • Resurgent localized cholera outbreaks

01 Mar 2013 description
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SITUATION OVERVIEW

  • Food insecurity due to the destruction of crops by natural disasters

  • Recurrent natural disasters and the residual consequences of the 2010 earthquake

  • Resurgent localized cholera outbreaks

14 Feb 2013 description
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SITUATION OVERVIEW

  • Food insecurity due to the destruction of crops by natural disasters

  • Recurrent natural disasters and the residual consequences of the 2010 earthquake

  • Resurgent localized cholera outbreaks

TARGETS FOR ACHIEVING STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  1. Food security:
    500,000 of the most vulnerable people receive the support necessary to resolve issues of access, availability and consumption. 73,440 children under five suffering from acute malnutrition are rehabilitated.

01 Feb 2013 description

Situation Overview

  • Food insecurity due to the destruction of crops by storms

  • Recurrent natural disasters and the residual consequences of the 2010 earthquake

  • Resurgent localized cholera outbreaks

05 Dec 2012 description

The Emergency Response Roster (ERR) is OCHA’s central mechanism for the deploying of internal surge during the initial emergency phase. There are approximately 35 OCHA staff on the ERR who can deployat short notice, usually for six weeks but sometimes up to three months. Staff are placed on the ERR for a six-month period, with supervisors pre-clearing their possible deployment. Since 2007 the ERR has deployed 192 staff for a total of 8,701 deployment days to some 40 countries.

28 Sep 2011 description

During the first nine months of 2011, humanitarian actors’ efforts focused on a massive response to the cholera epidemic, while still providing humanitarian aid to the 2010 earthquake´s victims. They also strengthened preparedness activities in anticipation of the hurricane season, and supported activities aimed at reintegrating people affected by the earthquake.