Six months have passed since the earthquake hit the Haitian capital on January 12, but the situation on the ground remains very complicated. Beyond the tragic death toll and numerous wounded that caught the focus of the initial attention, new concerns emerged shortly thereafter: one such being the faith of all the affected population.
Following the emergency mission that AMI (International Medical Assistance) has been developing in Haiti since 14th January 2010 and the health assistance that has been providing to the beneficiaries of Parc Colofer, the NGO is coordinating, in collaboration with the Jesuite Refugee Service, 3 displaced camps in Port-au-Prince since March, namely Parc Colofer, Palais d'Art and Henfrasa in Delmas 33.
Henfrasa has 693 families living in the Camp with a total of approximately 7410 people, Palais de l'Art has around 1350 people living in the Camp (270 families) and in Parc Colofer, …
Following the floods in Madeira, International Medical Assistance (AMI Foundation) has immediately started to provide aid to the victims with meals and social support through its delegation in Funchal.
An initial fund of €50 000 was allocated to the victims relocation to be applied in the house equipping.