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01 Mar 2018 description

Posted by Alanna Mitchell on February 22, 2018

In the wake of the devastating 2010 earthquake, online opportunities are arising that could help resurrect the Caribbean nation

Haitians were already the poorest people in the Western Hemisphere when a massive earthquake struck just southwest of the capital Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010.

19 Feb 2018 description
report Oxfam

Le rapport complet présentant les conclusions de l’enquête interne d’Oxfam sur les accusations d’abus sexuels et d’autres comportements inacceptables lors de son intervention humanitaire au lendemain du séisme de janvier 2010 en Haïti a été rendu public aujourd’hui.

Oxfam publie ce rapport, établi en 2011, afin de faire preuve de la plus grande transparence sur les décisions prises dans le cadre de cette enquête et en réponse à la perte de confiance que celles-ci ont entraînée.

13 Jan 2018 description
report AlterPresse

P-au-P, 12 janv. 2018 [AlterPresse] --- 17 mille personnes déplacées sur 37 mille vivent encore dans 12 camps situés dans des zones à risque moyen ou élevé d’inondations et de glissements de terrain.

Ces chiffres sont communiqués par l’Unité de construction de logements et de bâtiments publics (Uclbp) et l’Organisation internationale pour les migrations (Oim), à l’occasion du 8è anniversaire du tremblement de terre du 12 janvier 2010.

Ce séisme a fait environ 300 mille morts et d’énormes dégâts matériels.

13 Oct 2017 description

National Statement delivered by Ambassador Carl Skau on behalf of Sweden at the United Nations Security Council Debate on the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), 12 October 2017, New York.

Mr President,

I associate myself with the statement that will be made by the European Union later this morning.

15 Sep 2017 description

More than 7 years later, 3% of the population displaced by the earthquake still lives in camps. Meet these men, women and children at the MODSOL camp in Léogane located on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.

Seven years after the terrible earthquake that struck Haiti on 12 January 2010, the efforts of the Haitian Government and the international community helped to relocate 301,142 displaced persons (89,739 households)[1] .

25 Aug 2017 description

En ce moment, Haiti connait une nouvelle saison cyclonique, les dernières fortes précipitations ont inondés les canaux d’évacuation d’eau et une partie du terrain, laissant, dans le camp Tabarre ISA, des eaux stagnantes qui mélangées aux déchets offrent un environnement idéal à la prolifération de moustiques et aux maladies vectorielles que celles-ci véhiculent. C’est en faisant le suivi régulier de la situation humanitaire des camps, que les équipes CMO de l’OIM ont identifié les risques encourus par ces populations déplacées.

25 Aug 2017 description

Haiti is experiencing a new hurricane season, and recent heavy rains have flooded low land areas, overfilled the water drainage channels and left stagnant water throughout the camp Tabarre ISA, making it an ideal environment for the spread of mosquitoes and vector-borne diseases. By regularly monitoring the humanitarian situation in the displacement camps, the IOM CMO teams identifies the risks faced by the displaced populations.

10 Jan 2017 description
report American Red Cross

January 10, 2017

When a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, much of the country’s healthcare capacity and infrastructure was destroyed. But over the course of the past seven years, Haiti has made significant strides in rebuilding and expanding its medical capacity, thanks in part to funding from the American Red Cross.

27 Aug 2016 description

Juste après le tremblement de terre de 2010, plusieurs initiatives novatrices, dont la mise en œuvre des transferts d‘argent numérique et des salles de classe mobiles par le PNUD en Haïti, ont permis à de nombreuses femmes de reconstruire leurs maisons et d’améliorer leurs entreprises .

Le PNUD Haïti a également travaillé pendant cinq ans à une approche globale du développement, en particulier à Fort National.

14 Jun 2016 description

UNDP provides support to nearly 170 countries, about 40 of which are affected by crisis and have received rule of law support through the Global Programme for Strengthening the Rule of Law in Crisis-Affected and Fragile Situations.

19 Feb 2016 description
report UN News Service

18 de febrero, 2016 — El director de Operaciones de la Oficina de la ONU para la Coordinación de Asuntos Humanitarios (OCHA) solicitó hoy a la comunidad internacional no olvidarse de crisis devastadoras que tienen lugar en varios países de América Latina y el Caribe.

En declaraciones a la prensa tras una gira por Colombia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador y Haití, John Ging afirmó que pudo constatar las penurias que padecen millones de personas.

20 Jan 2016 description

La ville de Léogane est située a 29 KM de Port-au-Prince, elle a été l'épicentre du tremblement de terre catastrophique du12 Janvier 2010 qui a frappé Haiti et qui a endommagé 80-90% des bâtiments de la ville dont l’institution primaire Sainte Rose de Lima. Cette institution a été l’une des 17 écoles reconstruites et/ ou réhabilitées par la Croix-Rouge espagnole

13 Jan 2016 description
report American Red Cross

In most parts of the world, entrepreneurs depend on access to capital for starting and growing their businesses. The same rings true in Haiti, where many families lost their businesses and way of earning income during the 2010 earthquake. In order to help people reestablish their livelihoods, the American Red Cross has invested in savings and loan associations across Carrefour-Feuilles—an area still rebuilding from the disaster.

12 Jan 2016 description

“I’m proud of my school.” – Kenia, 10 years old, 6th grade student of the primary school in Santa Rosa de Lima de Léogane

The town of Léogane is situated at 29 km of the capital of Port-au-Prince, it was at the epicenter of the 12 January 2010 earthquake, and was catastrophically affected, with 80-90% of buildings damaged, among them the Santa Rosa Lima school for girls. This school is one of the 17 schools reconstructed or rehabilitated by Spanish Red Cross in Leogane.

20 May 2015 description

By Susan Kim*

May 7, 2015—Haiti could soon have a new, strong set of grassroots women entrepreneurs, thanks to Prosperity Catalyst, a nonprofit with the mission of launching and fostering independent, women-led businesses in distressed countries.

UMCOR, the United Methodist Committee on Relief, is supporting Prosperity Catalyst through a grant that is helping assess exactly how small businesses can grow in Haiti. The assessment is focusing on candle-making enterprises that will create opportunities for vulnerable women to become empowered entrepreneurs.

04 Mar 2015 description
report CBM

The first accessible, para-seismic, hurricane-proof school building in Haiti – the Pazapa Centre – was inaugurated on February 27, 2015 in Jacmel.

School premises in Pazapa

05 Feb 2015 description

Résumé

Cinq ans après le tremblement de terre qui a ravagé le pays, Haïti a fait des progrès importants bien que d’immenses défis demeurent. En dépit de la fragilité politique et structurelle, les progrès sociaux et économiques sont indéniables.

28 Jan 2015 description

Five years after the devastating 2010 earthquake, Haiti has transitioned to a period of long-term development. With the help of the international community, Haiti has made significant advances. The U.S. post-earthquake strategy for Haiti focuses on four sector pillars designed to catalyze economic growth and build long-term stability. Carried out by a range of U.S. departments and agencies, including the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and the U.S.

13 Jan 2015 description

Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB) joins the people and government of Haiti—and our global peers—in solemn commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the January 12, 2010 earthquake that killed an estimated 316,000 people[1] and left 1.5 million homeless.

Today, we offer our most heartfelt condolences and prayers to the families of the disaster victims. CMMB salutes the resilience of the Haitian people and celebrates the tremendous faith and courage they have displayed in the wake of great loss.

13 Jan 2015 description
report ShelterBox

On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean island of Haiti and was followed by two aftershocks measuring 5.9 and 5.5 in magnitude.

The earthquake, described as the worst to hit Haiti in centuries, was centered ten miles to the south west of the island’s capital Port-au-Prince and killed more than 250,000 people in all.

ShelterBox responded immediately and by the next day had a team in the country to evaluate the situation.