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Haiti Unrest Situation Report #5


Haiti Unrest Situation Report #5
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Highlights:  

·         There are currently 90,200 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Port-au-Prince Metropolitan Area in 85 sites:

o   Over the past month the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has been able to gain access to 22 of the IDP sites.

·         The referral system of the National Ambulance Center is facing challenges as it is becoming increasingly difficult for personnel and ambulances to access gang-controlled areas.

·         A total of 62 tons of essential supplies have been transported to Haiti. 

·         More than 100 humanitarian containers have been recovered from Caribbean Port Services in Port-au-Prince.

·         U.S. Southern Command on April 25th coordinated another flight into Toussaint Louverture International Airport:

o   A C-130 transported 20 pallets of oral hydration fluid which will provide hydration for more than 10,000 people.

·         On April 23rd, the State University’s Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy was looted and vandalized. 

·         In support of the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Southern Command transported support and security augmentation personnel for the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince on April 23rd. 

·         The U.S. State Department as of April 16th, reported that the airport in Port-au-Prince remains closed:

o   The U.S. government is not arranging departures for U.S. citizens currently. 

o   The airports in Cap-Haitien and Les Cayes are open and have resumed limited commercial flight activity with connecting flights available to the United States. 

 

Sources:

·         Haiti Emergency Situation Report No. 20 (As of 24 April 2024)

·         PAHO Situation Report N.5. Haiti Humanitarian Situation. April 15, 2024

·         OCHA Haiti Twitter Page

·         PAHO Twitter Page

·         WFP Haiti Twitter Page 

·         U.S. State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs Twitter Page  

·         U.S. Southern Command Twitter Page 

 

 

Resources:

 

Haiti - Mobility Tracking: Update on the displacement situation in sites of the Metropolitan Area of Port-au-Prince (20 April 2024) (New)

 

Partners in Health, Monetary Donations for Haiti

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