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19 Jan 2010 description
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Bonn, Germany: UNV has determined the location and status of almost all UNV volunteers serving in Haiti at the time of the 12 January earthquake. Of the 222 people serving at the time, a total of 220 have been accounted for.

UNV is urgently seeking confirmation about the remaining two UNV volunteers, who were serving with the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH).

A total of 206 UNV volunteers were serving with MINUSTAH. One, Nivah Odwori of Kenya, died in the earthquake.

16 Jan 2010 description
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Bonn, Germany: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is deeply saddened by the death of UNV volunteer Ms. Nivah Odwori, 36, of Kenya who died in the Haiti earthquake. Ms. Odwori was among the UNV volunteers whose details could not be confirmed after the earthquake struck.

Ms.

15 Jan 2010 description
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15 January 2010

Bonn, Germany: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is working around the clock to locate all UNV volunteers affected by the Haiti earthquake and to evacuate injured and non-essential personnel.

At the time of the disaster, a total of 222 UNV volunteers were stationed in Haiti, of which some were outside the country. As of 13:00 GMT on 15 January 2010, there were 151 UNV volunteers fully accounted for.

14 Jan 2010 description
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Bonn, Germany: UNV is working around the clock to locate all UNV volunteers affected by the Haiti earthquake and to evacuate injured and non-essential personnel.

At the time of the disaster, a total of 222 UNV volunteers were stationed in Haiti, of which some were outside the country. As of 16.00 GMT on 14 January 2010, there were 152 UNV volunteers fully accounted for. UNV is seeking confirmation on another 55, which left 15 UNV volunteers as yet unaccounted for.

13 Jan 2010 description
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Bonn, Germany: Haiti has suffered a force 7.0 earthquake and a series of aftershocks resulting in widespread damage, including to the United Nations compound.