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 - 13/07/2021
Haiti is one of the worst food crises in the world with 46 percent of the population projected to be in high acute food security, mainly due to reduced agricultural ...leer más
 - 22/06/2020
Ces 10 dernières années, Haïti a été touché par deux tremblements de terre majeurs (en 2010 et 2018), trois ouragans (Sandy en 2012, Matthew en 2016 et Irma en 2017) ...leer más
 - 05/02/2020
Throughout 2019, Haiti was marked by major natural disasters that add to the effects of those experienced during the past ten years, the cholera epidemic, and the deteriorating socio-political and ...leer más
 - 04/03/2019
Haiti is regularly hit by extreme climatic events that have seriously increased vulnerabilities in the country, particularly in rural areas and among agriculture-based livelihood communities. Almost every year since 2014, ...leer más
 - 29/01/2018
The list of hurricanes and natural disasters which have struck Haïti over the last decade is long. Its location between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean make it ...leer más
 - 04/10/2017
Beginning on September 8, 2017, Hurricane Irma tore through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of destruction and devastation. Among the most affected nations: Cuba, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts and ...leer más
 - 15/06/2017
Southern Haiti was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Thousands of livestock died in the disaster, and those that survived are often sick. Livestock is the main source of food and income ...leer más
 - 10/04/2017
Six months ago, Haiti was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew. Here, as in the other departments of the southern part of the country, people have lost their lives, thousands of ...leer más
 - 24/03/2017
By Justine Texier - We’ve arrived in Torbeck, a commune in southern Haiti, which was severely hit by Hurricane Matthew six months ago. Here, as in other departments of the ...leer más
 - 16/03/2017
Key points The number of people food insecure in the hardest-hit areas has decreased from 1 million to 400 000 people, according to the latest Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA), conducted ...leer más
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