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Haiti - Reconstruction : 9 months after the earthquake, the situation remains the same
06/10/2010 13:58:29

Haiti - Reconstruction : 9 months after the earthquake, the situation remains the same
9 months after the earthquake, "On the two million people affected by the earthquake, 1.3 million are always displaced in 1.354 camps of fortune in the country", indicates the regional and Pan American office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in its report released Tuesday. 21 international organizations are present at 266 sites to cover the health needs of these populations.

Approximately 600.000 people migrated from the zone of the seism and live in families of reception in province. The UN agencies, the authorities and the governmental organizations (NGO's) to date built 15.981 shelters of transition being able to accommodate nearly 80.000 people.

The regional and Pan American office of the World Health Organization says it is "vigilant" about the risks of a second humanitarian crisis that could occur due to flooding or a hurricane.

According to the report, the main challenges in the coming months will be clearing, security, reconstruction and return of displaced in residences. The peaceful conduct of presidential elections at the end of November is crucial to the country , the report concludes.

S/ HaitiLibre

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