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Haiti - FLASH : Guidance from the Haitian Embassy to Haitians in DR
07/09/2017 07:51:02

Haiti - FLASH : Guidance from the Haitian Embassy to Haitians in DR
Wednesday in a note, the Embassy of Haiti in the Dominican Republic informs the Haitian community that in anticipation of the passage of hurricane IRMA which will touch, on Thursday, September 7, much of the Dominican territory, an emergency unit composed of diplomatic officials was created to meet its needs.

Emergency Cell Phone Numbers : (829) 259-0579, (829) 885-3133, (809) 617-7376, (829) 443-8994

The Embassy recommends that you prepare an emergency kit for 7 days :

"Water, provide at least 3 liters per day per person, plan a stock for 3 to 7 days;
Consume non-perishable food (mainly canned), consider the specific needs of infants and the elderly;
Kitchen utensils: a can opener, plastic plates and cutlery and other kitchen utensils...;
First-aid kit: anti-bacterial product, pair of scissors;
Hygienic products;
Torch, oil lamp, candles, matches and battery;
Mosquito repellent;
Portable radio with new batteries;
Cash (some banks may remain closed or not replenished for several days),
Disinfectant tablets for water;
Toys, books, games;
Important documents (insurance, medical records, bank, passport, birth certificate, etc...)
Gas bottles, Blankets, pillows, Clothes (seasonal, boots, raincoats)
For your animals (water, food, cage, leash, muzzle, etc...)"

HL/ HaitiLibre

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