One month after an earthquake wreaked havoc in southwest Haiti, humanitarian needs remain immense. The disaster caused over 2,000 deaths and put 650,000 people in need of vital support.
Marjorie works as a rehabilitation specialist for Humanity & Inclusion (HI). She tells us what conditions are like in Grand Sud, Haiti.
After the 2010 earthquake introduced her to the field, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) rehabilitation graduate Guetchly-Nise now finds herself treating those affected by the most recent quake in Haiti
Members of the Humanity & Inclusion (HI) emergency team head north from the Cayes to assess needs of Grande’Anse following the earthquake
Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s inclusion project manager in Haiti, Jean Fredely, recalls the day the earthquake struck and tells us more about what life is like in the field :
In the aftermath of the recent Haitian earthquake, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) successfully delivers humanitarian aid by sea to support individuals affected by the disaster
A team of physiotherapists coordinated by Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and its partner FONTEN is assisting victims of the earthquake. Oscar, who was injured as he tried to escape, is one of them
Just days after an earthquake hit Haiti, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is providing assistance in hospitals in one of the country’s worst affected region. A team of physiotherapists will begin work this week.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) teams in Haiti are preparing an emergency responce following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake on Saturday. The affected regions remain blocked, keeping thousands of people from receiving vital aid.
The Humanity & Inclusion (HI) emergency response team has begun the training process for new physiotherapist recruits who will be reinforcing local hospitals and a rehabilitation center in the Cayes, Haiti
Following earthquake damages and an increase in patients, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is partnering with Fondation Tous Ensemble (FONTEM), the only rehabilitation center in the Cayes, Haiti.
Members of Humanity & Inclusion (HI)’s emergency assessment team explain the importance of comprehensive preparation prior to intervention, even in an emergency context.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) provides the only maritime transport for humanitarian aid in the Southwest of Haiti. This logistics platform plans to deliver over 760 tons of food and relief supplies.
Sibille Buehlmann, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) rehabilitation specialist, tells us about the situation in Haiti after the earthquake on Saturday.
Early August 14, a powerful earthquake brought destruction and devastation to the people of Haiti. Relying on past experiences in emergency earthquake response, Humanity & Inclusion (HI) prepares to intervene.