Relief Web, September 7, 2021 – This report was produced by OCHA Haiti with contributions from United Nations Agencies, Funds and Programmes, nongovernmental organizations and humanitarian partners.
- Conclusive reports from the recently completed search-and-rescue operations highlight the devastating impact of the earthquake.
- As of 3 September, nearly 46 per cent of affected families have received humanitarian assistance.
- Against a backdrop of urgent needs, response efforts continue to be challenged by access constraints along the main supply route (RN #2), which provides access for the delivery of aid to quake-affected areas in the south.
- Despite challenges, robust response efforts are underway across the priority sectors of food,
WASH, health and emergency shelter.
- On 30-31 August, Prime Minister Dr Ariel Henry officially launched the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) process with support from the UN system, the European Union, World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank.
- UNICEF warns of a potential resurgence in water-borne diseases in south-western Haiti, where more than half a million children lack access to shelter, safe drinking water and hygiene facilities.
800K affected people (Source: UN System in Haiti)
650K in need of emergency humanitarian assistance (Source: UN System in Haiti)
$187.3M in humanitarian financing required to reach 500,000 affected people (Source: Haiti Earthquake Flash Appeal – August 2021)
2.2K+ people dead, with more expected (Source: DGPC)
329 people still missing (Source: DGPC)
137.5K+ damaged and destroyed homes (Source: DGPC)