Déc 2013 - Humanitarian Action Plan (HAP) 2014
Haiti has made remarkable progress to recover from the multiple shocks suffered in the last few years: 89% of the displaced population from the 2010 earthquake have left the camps; the incidence of cholera has been reduced by over 50% since the outbreak in 2010 and severe food insecurity has been brought down from 1.5 million affected people in early 2013 to 600,000 in October 2013. Such progress was only possible thanks to concerted national and international efforts.
This notwithstanding, critical needs and acute vulnerabilities remain across the country requiring life and livelihood-saving interventions. $169 million in international assistance is required to support the implementation of the plan. Requirements this year are slightly higher than last year given the need for increased efforts to end displacement. Half of the requirements are intended to seek solutions and provide basic services for 100% of the remaining IDPs in camps. A further $40 million is required for health and WASH needs related to the cholera epidemic. The remaining needs pertain to food security, nutrition, protection, as well as minimum preparedness activities required to face a potential disaster.
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