Le MPCE coordonne la revue des progrès du Cadre de développement durable 2017-2021 avec la participation des autorités nationales, des experts des différents ministères et des représentants de la société civile
L´exercice se place dans le contexte de la transition vers le passage à une présence des Nations Unies autre qu’une opération de maintien de la paix
The Ministry of Planning coordinates the progress review of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2017-2021 with the participation of national authorities, experts from different ministries and civil-society representatives
The exercise takes place in the context of the transition towards a non-peacekeeping presence of the United Nations in Haiti
APERÇU DE LA SITUATION
Haïti a fait des progrès remarquables pour se remettre des multiples chocs subis au cours des dernières années. Cependant quatre principales thématiques sont observées : L’impact des désastres naturels, le choléra, l’insécurité alimentaire et la situation binationale entre Haïti et la République dominicaine.
5,095 cas suspects du 1 janvier au 15 avril, deux fois moins qu’en 2016 pour la même période
5,095 suspected cholera cases from 1 January to 15 April, in comparison to 12,536 for the same period in 2016
-Le Plan de Réponse Humanitaire 2017-2018 vise à sauver des vies tout en renforçant la résilience de la population et des institutions nationales face aux crises et aux catastrophes naturelles, et en ouvrant la voie vers le développement durable
The Humanitarian Response Plan 2017-2018 aims to save lives while strengthening the resilience of the population and national institutions in the face of crises and natural disasters, and by paving the way towards sustainable development
LE PLAN DE REPONSE HUMANITAIRE EN BREF
OBJECTIF STRATEGIQUE 1
Renforcer la résilience des personnes affectées à travers une assistance vitale à temps, la protection, un meilleur accès aux services de base et à la restauration immédiate des moyens de subsistance.
OBJECTIF STRATEGIQUE 2
Assurer une réponse rapide et effective (eau, hygiène et assainissement, santé) aux flambées de choléra et autres maladies d'origine hydrique.
OBJECTIF STRATEGIQUE 3
THE HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN AT A GLANCE
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1
Strengthen affected people’s resilience through timely life-saving assistance, improved access to basic services and immediate livelihood restoration.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2
Ensure a rapid and effective response to cholera outbreaks and other waterborne diseases
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 3
The Humanitarian Country Team in Haiti, in close coordination with the Government of Haiti and other partners, appeals to the international community for US $119,8 million in emergency funding to provide life-saving relief to 750,000 Haitians affected by the hurricane Matthew (category 4), that struck Haiti with a devastating impact on the South and Grand’Anse departments.
2016 (DATA FROM 1ST JANUARY TO 2nd APRIL)
‐13.859 SUSPECTED CHOLERA CASES FROM 1 JANUARY TO 2 APRIL 2016 IN HAITI
‐118.000 PEOPLE TARGETED FOR THE VACCINATION IN ARCHAHIE IN APRIL AND MAY
‐THE RAPID RESPONSE MECHANISM IS FUNDED ONLY UNTIL SEPTEMBER AND NEEDS 9.8 M
OVERVIEW OF THE CRISIS
Since the beginning of the outbreak in October 2010, the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) has recorded 736,376 suspected cholera cases, and d 8,768 cholera related deaths between from October 2010 through to 28 March 2015. Following a peak of over 350,000 reported cases for 2011, concerted Haitian and international efforts have succeeded in drastically reducing this by more than 90% in 2014 (27,388 suspected cholera cases).
L’Appel transitoire (TAP) pour Haïti remplace et élargit le champ du Plan d’action humanitaire de 2014 et sert donc de plan stratégique et opérationnel intégré pour les actions humanitaires et de renforcement de la résilience mis en œuvre par les Nations Unies et ses Partenaires sur la période 2015-2016.
The Haiti Transitional Appeal (TAP) replaces and broadens the Humanitarian Action Plan of 2014 and thus serves as an integrated strategic and operational plan for humanitarian and resilience-building action implemented by the UN and Partners over the period 2015-2016.
The TAP includes interventions that will lay the foundations of sustainable development programming for the next planning cycle and addresses the underlying vulnerabilities, structural deficiencies and capacity gaps that have resulted in humanitarian needs.
Key achievements toward Strategic Objectives
• From January to December 2014, 45,088 IDPs (14,193 families) were relocated from IDP camps to neighborhoods thanks to rental subsidy programs. 163 IDP sites were closed as a result.
• As of December 2014, there was a 53% reduction in the number of cholera cases compared to the same period last year.
• 53% of nutritional coverage provided in areas most affected by severe acute malnutrition.
Since the emergence of cholera in Haiti in October 2010, the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) has recorded 725,608 suspected cases and 8,813 cholera-related deaths as of 31 December 2014. Despite severe infrastructure and financial constraints, concerted Haitian and international efforts have succeeded in drastically reducing the number of reported cholera cases in Haiti – down from a peak of over 350,000 reported cases for 2011, to 27,753 reported cases for 2014, from 1 January to 31 December.
Since the emergence of cholera in Haiti in October 2010, the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) has recorded 719,377 suspected cases and 8,767 cholera-related deaths as of 30 November 2014 . Despite severe infrastructure and financial constraints, concerted Haitian and international efforts have succeeded in drastically reducing the number of reported cholera cases in Haiti – down from a peak of over 350,000 reported cases for 2011, to 21,916 reported cases for 2014, from 1 January to 30 November .
The cholera epidemic in Haiti has affected an unacceptable number of people with around 712,330 suspected cholera cases, and an estimated 8,655 cholera related de aths recorded by the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) from October 2010 th rough October 2014. De spite a significant reduction in the incidence of cholera, Haiti continues to host the largest cholera epidemic in the Western Hemisphere .
The cholera epidemic in Haiti has affected an unacceptable number of people with around 706,089 suspected cases and an estimated 8,592 deaths reported from October 2010 to 30 August 2014 by the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP). Despite a significant reduction in the incidence of cholera, Haiti continues to host the largest cholera epidemic in the western hemisphere. Since the beginning of the epidemic, the UN has made eliminating cholera from Haiti a top priority and has initiated a system-wide effort to support the GoH in the fight against the disease.