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 ▼2010/01/14 00:00〜2010/01/15 00:00▼

1.FACTBOX - Countries aid agencies seeking to help Haiti 14 Jan Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,World,body,American RV=346.9
2.Haiti's children most vulnerable after massive quake - aid agencies AlertNet
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,body,save RV=305.3
3.World scrambles to help quake-hit Haiti AFP
  キーワード:Red,Cross,World,American,save RV=288.3
4.UNICEF rushing supplies to quake-stricken Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,World RV=283.8
5.HAITI: Tracing the missing and the dead IRIN
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,save RV=272.5

 ▼2010/01/15 00:00〜2010/01/16 00:00▼

1.Estonia Allocates Additional Aid for Victims of Haiti Earthquake Govt. Estonia
  キーワード:Red,Cross,technology,child,UNICEF RV=335.6
2.DEC: Emergency aid arriving in Haiti DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,body,Vision RV=292.8
3.Desperate Haitians clamor for aid days after quake Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:Red,Cross,body,child RV=289.3
4.FACTBOX-Companies offer aid to Haiti after earthquake 15 Jan Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,UNICEF RV=280.7
5.Aid begins to arrive in Haiti for earthquake survivors in dire need UNICEF
  キーワード:Red,Cross,child,UNICEF RV=280.7

 ▼2010/01/16 00:00〜2010/01/17 00:00▼

1.Estonia Aids Victims of Earthquake in Haiti Govt. Estonia
  キーワード:Red,Cross,technology,UNICEF RV=298.5
2.Haiti earthquake - RELIEF EFFORTS BY THE REGION CARICOM
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Adra,body RV=290.2
3.John Holmes Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator updates correspondents on the situation in Haiti UN DPI
  キーワード:Red,Cross,UNICEF,body RV=272.9
4.ODPEM to Coordinate Local Haiti Relief Assistance Govt. Jamaica
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Adra RV=258.7
5.DEC: Haiti Earthquake Appeal reaches £12m overnight DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision RV=245.6

 ▼2010/01/17 00:00〜2010/01/18 00:00▼

1.DEC: Haiti Appeal total rises to £15m DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,DEC RV=269.9
2.DEC: More aid being distributed in Port au Prince DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,DEC RV=269.9
3.More help for Haiti on the way: Lee JoongAng
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision RV=221.4
4.UAE to operate air bridge to Haiti WAM
  キーワード:Red,Cross RV=168.8
5.WFP EMERGENCY OPERATION 200110 - HAITI FOOD ASSISTANCE TO EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED POPULATIONS IN HAITI WFP
  キーワード:Red,Cross RV=168.8

 ▼2010/01/18 00:00〜2010/01/19 00:00▼

1.Haiti - DEC: Appeal total hits £23million water and medical aid increasing DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC,Vision RV=304.7
2.Haiti earthquake health Q&As PAHO
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,UNICEF RV=285.9
3.Port-au-Prince Haiti 17 January 2010 - Secretary-General''s press conference in Port-au-Prince OSSG
  キーワード:Red,Cross,UNICEF,Council RV=269.2
4.Plans underway to establish settlement for some of Haiti's displaced IOM
  キーワード:Red,Cross,CRS RV=261.6
5.Relief supplies arrive to help Haiti earthquake survivors BRC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC RV=253.1

 ▼2010/01/19 00:00〜2010/01/20 00:00▼

1.DEC: Appeal total hits £25million DEC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC,Vision RV=291.8
2.Government of Canda Increases Humanitarian Assistance for Haitians Affected by Devastating Earthquake Govt. Canada
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision RV=225.8
3.Haiti: Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General 18 January 2010 UN DPI
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Council RV=207.6
4.Haiti: Germany's emergency aid Govt. Germany
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Council RV=207.6
5.Government approves €600000 in emergency funding to the UN to respond to Haitian disaster Govt. Ireland
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish RV=202.4

 ▼2010/01/20 00:00〜2010/01/21 00:00▼

1.DEC member agencies call for halt to any new adoptions of children separated from their families after Haiti earthquake: Aid effort must focus on tracing and reunification of families DEC
  キーワード:Red,DEC,Vision,Cross RV=277.2
2.DEC: Appeal total hits £31.5million DEC
  キーワード:Red,DEC,Vision,Cross RV=277.2
3.Government aid consignment and Rapid Response Corps members arrive in Haiti Govt. Ireland
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish RV=199.6
4.Irish Red Cross deploys experts to Haiti Irish RC
  キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish RV=199.6
5.Africans pledge support to devestated Haiti AlertNet
  キーワード:Red,Cross,question RV=198.6

 ▼2010/01/21 00:00〜2010/01/22 00:00▼

1.DEC Haiti Appeal: Donations hit £38m DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Red,Vision,Cross RV=246.5
2.Call for halt to new child adoptions in Haiti SC
  キーワード:DEC,Red,Vision,Cross RV=246.5
3.British Red Cross hygiene team heads to Haiti BRC
  キーワード:DEC,Red,Cross RV=189.6
4.More aid loaded at Oxfam warehouse for Haiti Earthquake: Aid loaded and transported to Stansted Airport for flight donated by British Airways on Friday Oxfam
  キーワード:DEC,Red,Cross RV=189.6
5.ADRA Feeds Thousands in Haiti ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,Council RV=172.6

 ▼2010/01/21 00:00〜2010/01/22 00:00▼

1.Secretary-General's press encounter with President Bill Clinton UN Special Envoy for Haiti [revised unofficial transcript] OSSG
  キーワード:question,Vision,Irish,UNICEF,Council RV=269.1
2.Current Situation of Cooperation from Japan to Haiti Govt. Japan
  キーワード:question,Red,UNICEF RV=164.4
3.UNFPA helps mothers deliver safely in Haiti UN Radio
  キーワード:Irish,Red,UNICEF RV=154.6
4.DEC Haiti Appeal: Daily increases in donations received ensures aid is being delivered directly to people in Haiti DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision RV=145.7
5.WITNESS: Haiti: do journalists help in disasters? Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:question,Red RV=117.3

 ▼2010/01/23 00:00〜2010/01/24 00:00▼

1.As Haitian Rescues Dwindle Relief Efforts Focus on Medical Treatment and Meeting Basic Needs PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,Andrus,Medical RV=131.4
2.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #10 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:CRS,Medical RV=111.4
3.Statement of SOS Children's Villages concerning international adoption in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake SOS
  キーワード:SOS RV=105.4
4.SOS Children's Villages' relief programmes in Haiti to reach up to 40000 people SOS
  キーワード:SOS RV=105.4
5.Sudden encounters impromptu conversations lead to plans to save lives Mercy Corps
  キーワード:Corps,Medical RV=85.9

 ▼2010/01/24 00:00〜2010/01/25 00:00▼

1.EU foreign ministers must agree halt to any new adoptions into Europe of Haiti earthquake children SC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision RV=142.6
2.Haiti Response: ADRA Ramps Up Medical Assistance ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=134.4
3.Emergency Response in Haiti ARC
  キーワード:question,technology RV=106.7
4.Save the Children Partners with AmeriCares to Treat More than 85000 Haitians SC
  キーワード:AmeriCares RV=78.6
5.Haiti: Aid groups getting out supplies but challenges remain at distribution sites World Vision
  キーワード:Vision RV=60.0

 ▼2010/01/25 00:00〜2010/01/26 00:00▼

1.DEC Haiti Appeal reaches £46 million DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision RV=152.7
2.Teleconference Briefing by Tim Callaghan Team Leader USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team and Kate Conrad Emergency Communications Director Save the Children USAID
  キーワード:question,Callaghan RV=141.6
3.Stay with us for long haul Haiti asks donors Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:question,debt RV=128.0
4.Irish Aid announces second consignment of emergency aid for Haiti Irish Aid
  キーワード:Irish,Corps RV=116.5
5.Aid distribution in Haiti can be hit-and-miss Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:CRS RV=70.5

 ▼2010/01/26 00:00〜2010/01/27 00:00▼

1.DEC Haiti Appeal tops £50m DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision,technology RV=207.4
2.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 25 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF RV=195.8
3.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 24 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF RV=195.8
4.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 23 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF RV=195.8
5.Bloodied' Haiti and donors look at recovery plans Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:question,debt,troop RV=176.8

 ▼2010/01/27 00:00〜2010/01/28 00:00▼

1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 26 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,settlement RV=195.9
2.Haiti: Tensions Ongoing Among Survivors Desperate for Aid ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=161.7
3.Eagles Deliver Water to Thirsty Haitians ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=161.7
4.UNICEF and partners provide safe water for Haitian children and families UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement RV=111.1
5.HelpAge working to reach most vulnerable Haitians HelpAge
  キーワード:DEC RV=93.4

 ▼2010/01/28 00:00〜2010/01/29 00:00▼

1.Further Haiti fundraising will help rebuild shattered lives DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision RV=164.9
2.Thousands of pregnant women in Haiti face dangerous delivery after earthquake DEC
  キーワード:DEC,Vision RV=164.9
3.Haiti Earthquake: Supplies and shelter at Terraine D'Acra ARC
  キーワード:question,settlement RV=124.3
4.HEALTH CLUSTER IN HAITI: HAITI EARTHQUAKE BULLETIN N°9 28 January 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement RV=112.1
5.Officials Consider Role in Haiti Beyond Immediate Relief Govt. USA
  キーワード:question RV=74.7

 ▼2010/01/29 00:00〜2010/01/30 00:00▼

1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 27 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF,settlement,cluster RV=309.6
2.Work on Organized Settlement Progresses as Distribution of Non-Food Items Gathers Momentum in Haiti IOM
  キーワード:CRS,settlement,cluster RV=185.7
3.Haiti: Day 16 ADRA Clinic Cares for 1000 People a Day ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=169.8
4.Help Haiti with Love! Tzu Chi’s relief efforts in Haiti Tzu Chi
  キーワード:Tzu,Chi RV=167.6
5.DODD LUGAR INTRODUCE LEGISLATION TO SPEED HAITIAN RECOVERY Govt. USA
  キーワード:debt,Corps RV=105.5

 ▼2010/01/30 00:00〜2010/01/31 00:00▼

1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 29 January WASH Cluster
  キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF,settlement,cluster,Cluster RV=360.7
2.Save the Children to Distribute Food Rations to 200000 Children and Families in Haiti in Partnership with World Food Program SC
  キーワード:Adra,Vision RV=232.1
3.Transcript of a Conference call on the IMF Executive Board’s approval of US$114 Million in Emergency Aid to Haiti IMF
  キーワード:question,debt RV=139.6
4.Listen to January 28 2010 Audio Briefing: U.S. NGOs Share Details of Progress and Challenges in Haiti InterAction
  キーワード:question RV=76.9
5.Helping Haiti's orphaned and separated children find their families UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=63.0

 ▼2010/01/31 00:00〜2010/02/01 00:00▼

1.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #18 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Adra,Vision,Children,CARE,displace RV=327.0
2.HEALTH CLUSTER IN HAITI: HAITI EARTHQUAKE BULLETIN N°12 31 January 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:settlement,Children RV=94.7
3.Haitian women lose out in post-quake survival of the strongest"""" AlertNet
  キーワード:woman,young RV=71.1
4.Haiti: World Vision - Vulnerable must be first in line at launch of city-wide food distributions World Vision
  キーワード:Vision RV=63.8
5.Thailand advance team on route to Haiti Govt. Thailand
  キーワード:Thai RV=47.9

 ▼2010/02/01 00:00〜2010/02/02 00:00▼

1.Earthquake in Haiti: WFP External Situation Report 30-31 January 2010 WFP
  キーワード:Adra,CRS,Vision,cluster RV=363.5
2.Haiti earthquake: DEC agencies to give cash to survivors DEC
  キーワード:DEC RV=98.1
3.Haiti: UN experts' body calls for active role of women as key resource in country's recovery CEDAW
  キーワード:cluster,woman RV=92.4
4.Haiti cash-for-work project expands; more than 30000 now employed UNDP
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=61.9
5.HEALTH CLUSTER IN HAITI: HAITI EARTHQUAKE BULLETIN N°13 1 February 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:settlement RV=56.0

 ▼2010/02/02 00:00〜2010/02/03 00:00▼

1.Earthquake in Haiti: WFP External Situation Report 1 February 2010 WFP
  キーワード:Adra,CRS,Vision,cluster,woman RV=423.5
2.[ALERT]Haiti: ADRA Joins UN in Largest Food Distribution Effort Since Disaster ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,woman RV=228.6
3.Irish donations help almost 100000 Haitian survivors Trócaire
  キーワード:Irish,woman RV=114.0
4.Haiti: UN experts’ body calls for active role of women as key resource in country’s recovery UN HCHR
  キーワード:cluster,woman RV=96.0
5.Tuesday 2 February- Life saving immunization campaign for Measles Tetanus and Diphteria for children under age 7 in Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=66.7

 ▼2010/02/03 00:00〜2010/02/04 00:00▼

1.Haiti: The Way Food Moves ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,troop RV=253.0
2.[ALERT] The Numbers Behind ADRA's Response in Haiti ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=210.9
3.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #18 Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,cluster RV=177.6
4.Parents 'reclaim' children in Haiti abduction-adoption row AFP
  キーワード:SOS,woman RV=166.5
5.Haiti earthquake: no effort must be spared in reuniting children with their families ICRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,cluster RV=119.8

 ▼2010/02/04 00:00〜2010/02/05 00:00▼

1.Direct Relief Commits $1.2 Million in Cash for Disability Programs in Haiti Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,cluster,Medical RV=145.3
2.UN Expert calls for urgent cancellation of Haiti's remaining multilateral debt UNHRC
  キーワード:debt,Council RV=111.4
3.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #17 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster RV=109.9
4.CARE is working to prevent sexual violence in the aftermath of the Haiti quake CARE
  キーワード:woman,cluster RV=106.6
5.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #22 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,Wash RV=105.2

 ▼2010/02/05 00:00〜2010/02/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti Earthquake 2010: Situation Report 1600 hrs 03 February 2010 DFID
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,Cluster,Wash RV=217.4
2.HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESS CONFERENCE BY UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS AND EMERGENCY RELIEF COORDINATOR ON HAITI UN DPI
  キーワード:question,settlement,cluster RV=193.8
3.L'UNICEF lance un appel de fonds de 12 milliard de dollars au titre de l'aide d'urgence UNICEF
  キーワード:question,UNICEF RV=155.8
4.Press Conference on ‘Cash-for-Work’ Programme in Haiti UN DPI
  キーワード:question,woman RV=133.0
5.Earthquake in Haiti: WFP External Situation Report 3 February 2010 WFP
  キーワード:Vision,cluster RV=119.3

 ▼2010/02/06 00:00〜2010/02/07 00:00▼

1.Speakers Highlight National Steps Taken to Promote ‘Social Integration’ in Face of Economic Crisis as Social Development Commission Concludes General Debate ECOSOC
  キーワード:woman,Council,February,Medical RV=167.2
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #18 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,February RV=100.8
3.LOGISTICS CLUSTER CONSOLIDATED SITUATION REPORT – HAITI AND SANTO DOMINGO Date: 4/2/2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,February RV=93.4
4.Education and culture at the heart of UNESCO’s action in Haiti UNESCO
  キーワード:Council,February RV=80.4
5.Bill Clinton in Haiti Emphasizes Urgent Need for Sanitation and Health Care NY Times
  キーワード:February,article RV=76.1

 ▼2010/02/07 00:00〜2010/02/08 00:00▼

1.HAITI EARTHQUAKE: CDEMA SIT REP #12 Friday February 5 2010 CDEMA
  キーワード:settlement,February,unaccompanied,displace,reopen,Prime,rural RV=227.5
2.Emergency vaccination campaign starts in Port-au-Prince IFRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,displace RV=143.7
3.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #25 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:February RV=41.4
4.Habitat for Humanity sends the first 500 emergency shelter kits to Haiti Habitat
  キーワード:student RV=24.8
5.(MAP) USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 06 Feb 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Feb RV=22.5

 ▼2010/02/08 00:00〜2010/02/09 00:00▼

1.Health Action in Crises - Highlights No. 287 25 Jan – 07 Feb 2010 WHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster,February RV=236.8
2.Survey shows few Haitians willing to move far to camps outside the city Oxfam
  キーワード:settlement,woman,February,decision RV=192.7
3.Haiti protesters denounce aid corruption hoarding Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:woman,rice,Feb RV=119.7
4.(MAP) Haiti Earthquake Response - Road Conditions and Distances Map (as of 5 Feb 2010) Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Feb RV=86.9
5.(MAP) Haiti Earthquake Response - Emergency Distribution Points and Landing Zones (as of 4 Feb 2010) Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Feb RV=86.9

 ▼2010/02/09 00:00〜2010/02/10 00:00▼

1.Briefing Paper – Unsolicited Donations Haiti Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,cluster RV=194.4
2.HAITI: Funding gap for nutrition IRIN
  キーワード:UNICEF,woman,February RV=181.9
3.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #19 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,February RV=167.8
4.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 operations update no. 5 IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,February RV=167.8
5.HAITI A BESOIN DE SERVICES METEOROLOGIQUES AVANT L'ARRIVEE DES PLUIES ET DES OURAGANS WMO
  キーワード:question,des RV=144.8

 ▼2010/02/10 00:00〜2010/02/11 00:00▼

1.Special Report: Update on the Health Response to the Earthquake in Haiti - 9 February 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster,cluster,woman,February,Wash,breastfeed RV=463.6
2.Cooking Fuel and the Humanitarian Response in Haiti WCRWC
  キーワード:settlement,technology,cluster,woman RV=239.1
3.UNICEF and partners deliver essential supplies to Haiti’s most vulnerable children UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,February RV=202.4
4.Earthquake in Haiti External Situation Report 8 February 2010 WFP
  キーワード:Vision,February RV=111.8
5.Haitian City of Gonaives Struggles to Help Port-au-Prince Residents VOA
  キーワード:February RV=49.7

 ▼2010/02/11 00:00〜2010/02/12 00:00▼

1.LOGISTICS CLUSTER CONSOLIDATED SITUATION REPORT – HAITI AND SANTO DOMINGO Date: 10/2/2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,cluster,Direct,February RV=314.9
2.Haiti: ACT Sitrep - February 10 2010 ACT
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,cluster,February,LWR RV=305.3
3.Haiti earthquake: displaced people urgently need shelter and sanitation ICRC
  キーワード:February,woman RV=102.8
4.Poor coordination biggest problem for relief work - report AlertNet
  キーワード:cluster,Feb RV=101.0
5.Race to the rainy season in Haiti: CARE calls for mass tarp distribution and sanitation campaign CARE
  キーワード:blood,Feb RV=84.8

 ▼2010/02/12 00:00〜2010/02/13 00:00▼

1.CHF Haiti Update: Notes from the field – February 11 2010 CHF
  キーワード:question,settlement,Cluster,Callaghan,cluster,February,Wash RV=440.9
2.Haiti one month on: rethinking the model CESR
  キーワード:question,debt,des,February,woman RV=324.0
3.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #20 OCHA
  キーワード:Cluster,February RV=120.5
4.Earthquake in Haiti External Situation Report 9 February 2010 WFP
  キーワード:February,woman RV=105.9
5.Humanitarian aid to Haiti: how much is too much? - Perspectives Feb 2010 DI
  キーワード:question RV=78.6

 ▼2010/02/13 00:00〜2010/02/14 00:00▼

1.What We're Doing in Haiti Mercy Corps
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,Corps RV=194.3
2.CHF Haiti Update Notes from the field – February 12 2010 CHF
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,February RV=193.7
3.American Red Cross Issues One-Month Progress Report for Haiti Earthquake Am. RC
  キーワード:settlement,February RV=128.7
4.Haiti: one month on DFID
  キーワード:DEC RV=94.0
5.Haiti Earthquake One month later: Prayer and Perseverence CRS
  キーワード:CRS RV=85.5

 ▼2010/02/14 00:00〜2010/02/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti Earthquake 2010: Situation Report 1600 hrs 10 February 2010 DFID
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,February,Wash,season,rice,rain RV=352.9
2.Tarps toilets are top concerns one month after Haiti's quake AlertNet
  キーワード:settlement,woman,Feb,season,rice,rain RV=275.3
3.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #32 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:cluster,February RV=120.1
4.Rain-drenched camps are sign of worse to come for Haitians AlertNet
  キーワード:question,rain RV=113.8
5.(MAP) USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 13 Feb 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Feb RV=45.0

 ▼2010/02/15 00:00〜2010/02/16 00:00▼

1.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #33 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:CRS,settlement,February,Wash RV=267.4
2.On-the-Record Briefing: enneth H. Merten Ambassador to Haiti US DOS
  キーワード:question,season,rice,rain RV=206.7
3.Web-based information tool for food security for Haiti FAO
  キーワード:February,season,rice RV=136.3
4.Education Was Also Leveled by Quake in Haiti NY Times
  キーワード:February,article RV=100.8
5.UNDP boss on rebuilding Haiti ABC
  キーワード:February RV=59.1

 ▼2010/02/16 00:00〜2010/02/17 00:00▼

1.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #34 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster,February,Wash RV=331.5
2.Deadly school collapse adds to Haiti's misery AFP
  キーワード:February,woman,rain RV=148.6
3.E-mail Message to ICVA Members from ERC - Haiti Earthquake Response ICVA
  キーワード:cluster,Cluster RV=132.0
4.PM announces Canada to build Haitian Government Administrative Base Govt. Canada
  キーワード:technology,February RV=121.1
5.IOM Partners Offer Mental Health Psychosocial Help to Haiti's Earthquake Survivors IOM
  キーワード:settlement,woman RV=119.6

 ▼2010/02/17 00:00〜2010/02/18 00:00▼

1.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #20 - Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,Cluster,February RV=275.1
2.CHF Haiti Update Notes from the Field - February 16 2010 CHF
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,February,Feb RV=259.2
3.Haiti: Australians Provide Health Sanitation Education ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=216.3
4.Haiti: Earthquake Health Response - 17 February 2010 WHO
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,Cluster RV=212.7
5.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #35 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:cluster,February,Corps RV=186.6

 ▼2010/02/18 00:00〜2010/02/19 00:00▼

1.Tzu Chi Foundation Distributes Relief Goods to Over 15000 Quake Survivors in Haiti Starts Relief Work Program Provides Medical Care Buddhist Tzu Chi
  キーワード:Tzu,Chi,February,woman RV=339.2
2.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #36 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,Wash RV=196.3
3.Haiti Earthquake 2010: Situation Report 1600 hrs 15 February 2010 DFID
  キーワード:settlement,cluster RV=144.1
4.Sarkozy visits Haiti unveils major aid package Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:debt,Feb RV=124.4
5.Secretary-General in Message to IFAD Governing Council Hails Agency’s Focus on Centrality of Country-led Investment in Agriculture Rural Development UN SG
  キーワード:February,woman RV=111.1

 ▼2010/02/19 00:00〜2010/02/20 00:00▼

1.IOM Appeals for Funds Seeks Solutions for Haiti's Congested Camps IOM
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,cluster RV=219.8
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #22 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,February RV=215.5
3.Haiti: ‘Baby tents’ offer Haitian mothers a safe place to breastfeed UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,February RV=147.8
4.IFRC says more land must be made available for Haitians who lost homes in 12 January earthquake IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,cluster RV=147.7
5.Meeting Haiti's changing health needs WHO
  キーワード:settlement,February RV=143.9

 ▼2010/02/20 00:00〜2010/02/21 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Diseases Threaten IDP Camps Sanitation Critical ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,cluster RV=305.6
2.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #38 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,February,Vision RV=202.3
3.HAITI Earthquake Response - Bulletin 1 19-02-10 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:question,Cluster RV=164.3
4.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #21 - Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster,February RV=142.7
5.Govt to ship 2nd lot of rice to Haiti Govt. Thailand
  キーワード:February,Thai RV=126.5

 ▼2010/02/21 00:00〜2010/02/22 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Disasters fuel migration diaspora fuels economy IRIN
  キーワード:February,les,article,remittance,Guard,pour RV=244.6
2.Haiti president pleads for shelter for quake's homeless AFP
  キーワード:rain,season,woman,latrine RV=185.0

 ▼2010/02/22 00:00〜2010/02/23 00:00▼

1.SOS Children's Villages emergency aid efforts up to speed in Haiti SOS
  キーワード:SOS,UNICEF,cluster,February,Vision RV=416.5
2.Haiti Earthquake 2010: Situation Report 1600 hrs 17 February 2010 DFID
  キーワード:Cluster,cluster,February,Wash RV=271.5
3.Haiti Earthquake 2010: Situation Report 1500 hrs 19 February 2010 DFID
  キーワード:Cluster,February,Wash RV=200.2
4.Five weeks on and work continues in Haiti Trócaire
  キーワード:settlement,season RV=127.5
5.Haiti death toll could reach 300000 Preval says Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:Feb,season RV=107.2

 ▼2010/02/23 00:00〜2010/02/24 00:00▼

1.Young people enlisted to help meet sanitary needs in quake-stricken Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,February,season,rainy RV=329.5
2.Registration Surge Aims To Identify Displaced Decongest Haiti Camps IOM
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,rain,season,rainy RV=303.1
3.Haiti response shifts gear as rainy season looms Trócaire
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy RV=231.9
4.Shakira World Bank Launch US$300 Million Early Childhood Initiative World Bank
  キーワード:UNICEF,February RV=152.6
5.Peacekeeping Chief Tells of Secretary-General’s ‘Ambitious Agenda’ for Post-Conflict Rebuilding as Special Committee Opens Session UN GA
  キーワード:technology,woman,Council RV=150.5

 ▼2010/02/24 00:00〜2010/02/25 00:00▼

1.Tzu Chi Foundation Haiti Relief Operation Tzu Chi
  キーワード:Tzu,Chi,February,rain,season RV=427.3
2.Japan commits $2 million to boost immunization in Haiti bringing post-quake total for UNICEF to $8.5 million UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,woman RV=199.6
3.Haiti: HelpAge to oversee running of municipal nursing home HelpAge
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy RV=155.1
4.HAITI: Price Update for Port-au-Prince and Jacmel February 23 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:February,rain RV=125.8
5.Haiti: Semi-temporary shelters built to last HI
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=99.0

 ▼2010/02/25 00:00〜2010/02/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 7 IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,February,technology,rain RV=349.6
2.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #22 - Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,February,technology RV=301.3
3.Providing water and sanitation for earthquake survivors beyond Haiti’s capital UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,February,rain RV=294.2
4.Haiti: senior UN official stresses need for realistic goals before rainy season starts UN News
  キーワード:cluster,February,rain RV=198.1
5.A further €1 million in funding to support the international response to the earthquake in Haiti Irish Aid
  キーワード:Irish,Vision RV=123.9

 ▼2010/02/26 00:00〜2010/02/27 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Solar Lamps Bring Added Stability to Displaced ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,rain,season,rainy,woman RV=442.5
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #24 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,February,season RV=205.7
3.World Environment Ministers Signal Resolve to Realize Sustainable Development UNEP
  キーワード:February,woman RV=114.5
4.Helping Haiti rebuild its aids response - 2010 UNAIDS
  キーワード:February,woman RV=114.5
5.Haiti aid effort marred by slow U.N. response Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:Feb,Corps RV=108.9

 ▼2010/02/27 00:00〜2010/02/28 00:00▼

1.FEWS Haiti Food Security Update February 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,rice,remittance RV=252.8
2.CARICOM OUTREACH TO ISOLATED HAITI COMMUNITY CARICOM
  キーワード:woman,rice,neighbourhood RV=113.9
3.OAS Reaffirms its Commitment to Women in Haiti OAS
  キーワード:woman,Council,DB RV=111.3
4.Supplies On The Way For Haiti Govt. Barbados
  キーワード:February RV=70.4

 ▼2010/02/28 00:00〜2010/03/01 00:00▼

1.Haiti Seeks More Support for Women’s Health Needs PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster,Feb,woman,sexual RV=211.9
2.Much more needs to be done to help Haiti’s children says UNICEF Deputy Executive Director UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,February RV=156.6
3.Relief aid sent to homeless families in Haiti WAM
  キーワード:SOS RV=135.8
4.Grave' flooding in quake-hit Haiti kills 11: officials AFP
  キーワード:rain,season RV=115.0
5.HAITI Earthquake Response Bulletin 2 25-02-10 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Guard RV=104.9

 ▼2010/03/01 00:00〜2010/03/02 00:00▼

1.(MAP) Urban Settlements Need and Nutrition Service Delivery Responce - Port au Prince Haiti (as of Haiti Nutrition Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Feb,Assistance,Shelter,Persons RV=191.2
2.HEALTH CLUSTER IN HAITI: HAITI EARTHQUAKE BULLETIN N° 24 1 March 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster,revise,Flash,planning RV=137.0
3.13 dead in Haiti flooding: officials AFP
  キーワード:rain,evacuation RV=72.5

 ▼2010/03/02 00:00〜2010/03/03 00:00▼

1.Readout of President Clinton’s call with UN Cluster Heads UN Office of the Special Envoy for Haiti
  キーワード:UNICEF,cluster,season,rainy,woman,latrine,UNDP RV=384.2
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #25 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,February,season,rainy RV=256.3
3.World Vision warns Haiti's rural communities risk chronic food water shortage as burden to care for displaced grows World Vision
  キーワード:Vision RV=56.4

 ▼2010/03/03 00:00〜2010/03/04 00:00▼

1.IFRC ‘decongests’ Haiti camp IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,February,rain,season,rainy RV=323.4
2.HAITI: After the quake the deluge IRIN
  キーワード:February,rain,season,rainy RV=243.1
3.ADRA Post Trauma Program Helps Young Haitian Survivors Deal with Disaster ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=239.3
4.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE : 1 MARCH 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,rain RV=221.1
5.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #41 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:February,Vision,Corps RV=178.8

 ▼2010/03/04 00:00〜2010/03/05 00:00▼

1.Tzu Chi Foundation Expands Relief Effort in Haiti Buddhist Tzu Chi
  キーワード:Tzu,Chi,February RV=336.4
2.100000th Red Cross-assisted vaccination in Haiti IFRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,latrine,Canadian RV=231.6
3.More Than $3.4 Million in Aid Sent to Haiti This Week Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,season,rainy RV=171.3
4.Haiti wants more information on foreign aid Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:March RV=33.1

 ▼2010/03/05 00:00〜2010/03/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #26 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,February,rice,March RV=218.8
2.Haiti: United Nations Expert body establishes group to advise on the Situation of the Disabled UN HCHR
  キーワード:February,March,decision RV=139.8
3.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #42 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,March RV=115.5
4.The plight of restavec"" children in Haiti after the earthquake"" UN Radio
  キーワード:adoption,sexual,mother RV=106.0
5.Food agency gearing up for spring planting in Haiti UN Radio
  キーワード:season RV=59.7

 ▼2010/03/06 00:00〜2010/03/07 00:00▼

1.Taking the Long View for Haiti CRS
  キーワード:CRS,rain,season,rainy,decision,orphanage RV=324.7
2.Aid group shocked over lack of shelter for Haitians Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,March RV=210.7
3.CARICOM RESPONSE TO THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE March 5 2010 CDEMA
  キーワード:settlement,February RV=149.8
4.USAID FrontLines - February 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Feb RV=54.5

 ▼2010/03/07 00:00〜2010/03/08 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/03/08 00:00〜2010/03/09 00:00▼

1.Women hold key to Haiti’s recovery Concern
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,woman,March RV=264.1
2.Shelter Cluster passes halfway mark in race to assist Haiti’s entire quake-affected population IFRC
  キーワード:cluster,season,rainy,March RV=223.8
3.International Women's Day: an Outlook on Haiti UN HCHR
  キーワード:settlement,woman,March RV=167.8
4.With Haitian Schools in Ruins Children in Limbo NY Times
  キーワード:question,article,March RV=165.8
5.New York Headquarters Ceremony to Honour Memory of 101 United Nations Personnel Killed In Haiti Earthquake 9 March UN DPI
  キーワード:Council,March RV=78.5

 ▼2010/03/09 00:00〜2010/03/10 00:00▼

1.Earthquake in Haiti External Situation Report 06 March 2010 WFP
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy,woman RV=312.8
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #27 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy RV=262.1
3.HAITI - Registration of Haiti's Displaced Gathers Momentum IOM
  キーワード:CRS,settlement,rain RV=235.8
4.HAITI: Women at risk in the camps IRIN
  キーワード:February,Corps,woman,les RV=220.4
5.Next Steps for Haiti: Rebuilding the Lives of Haiti's Internally Displaced Persons Brookings-Bern
  キーワード:question,settlement,woman RV=220.3

 ▼2010/03/10 00:00〜2010/03/11 00:00▼

1.Press Conference on Situation in Haiti - 09 March 2010 UN DPI
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,season,woman,March,Council,rice,adoption RV=427.4
2.Amidst the rubble Haiti celebrates International Women’s Day UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,woman,March,sexual RV=221.3
3.Children central to recovery and development after the earthquake in Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,March RV=212.8
4.Budget Committee Takes Up Proposal for Emergency Preparedness and Support Unit Hears Update from Controller on Addressing High-Priority Security Threats UN GA
  キーワード:March,Council RV=84.3
5.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #43 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:March RV=42.7

 ▼2010/03/11 00:00〜2010/03/12 00:00▼

1.Thousands of pregnant women homeless and at risk on Mother's Day as rainy season threatens Haiti SC
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,woman RV=246.9
2.Obama Haitian President Discuss Earthquake Relief Efforts VOA
  キーワード:debt,season,rainy,woman RV=231.9
3.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 8 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,cluster,February RV=213.6
4.HAITI: US remittances keep the homeland afloat IRIN
  キーワード:February,woman,les,article RV=213.1
5.Haiti/Earthquake: rights of the displaced must be part of recovery - UN expert panel UN HCHR
  キーワード:season,rainy,woman RV=165.0

 ▼2010/03/12 00:00〜2010/03/13 00:00▼

1.Haitian sensation' relief crew take the lead in quake-hit Delmas IFRC
  キーワード:des,cluster,rain,season,rainy RV=353.4
2.Webcast: John Holmes Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator briefs reporters on his recent trip to the Middle East UN DPI
  キーワード:question,settlement,season,Vision,rainy RV=347.3
3.Ban to visit Haiti on Sunday as post-quake relief efforts reach two-month mark UN News
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,season,rainy RV=292.7
4.Race to give shelter to Haiti's homeless reaches halfway BRC
  キーワード:cluster,rain,season,rainy RV=260.2
5.UN struggles to get funds for Haiti quake recovery Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:February,season,rainy RV=185.8

 ▼2010/03/13 00:00〜2010/03/14 00:00▼

1.Featured Podcasts - Technology brings aid to school children in disaster areas UNICEF
  キーワード:technology,February,March,teacher,social,What,target,text,university,Chile RV=321.0

 ▼2010/03/14 00:00〜2010/03/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Two Months Later Strong Support Continues Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,wholesale,provider,pallet,crew,interactive,map RV=97.3

 ▼2010/03/15 00:00〜2010/03/16 00:00▼

1.Haiti Health Cluster Bulletin #26 PAHO
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,cluster,March RV=279.5
2.Visiting Haiti Ban pledges that world will remain at its side UN News
  キーワード:season,rainy,March,teacher RV=201.8
3.Diouf kicks-off spring planting season in Haiti FAO
  キーワード:season,March,mother,young RV=181.1
4.Antigua & Barbuda Red Cross Society raises funds for Haiti IFRC
  キーワード:rain RV=66.9
5.CHF Haiti Update – Week of March 7 CHF
  キーワード:March RV=46.8

 ▼2010/03/16 00:00〜2010/03/17 00:00▼

1.Flood risk for more than 200000 homeless Haitians AFP
  キーワード:question,rain,season,rainy RV=275.9
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #29 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,season,March RV=273.6
3.HAITI: IOM's Cash for Work Programme Helps Haitian Families IOM
  キーワード:rain,season,February RV=199.2
4.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #23 - Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster,cluster RV=149.5
5.Diouf calls for G-8 funds for Haiti: Quake-hit nation candidate for some of $20 billion promised for agriculture FAO
  キーワード:question,March RV=135.9

 ▼2010/03/17 00:00〜2010/03/18 00:00▼

1.SECRETARY-GENERAL’S JOINT PRESS CONFERENCE WITH HAITIAN PRESIDENT RENE PREVAL Haiti - MINUSTAH
  キーワード:des,question,cluster,rain,season RV=395.0
2.Getting Haiti's children back to school proves major challenge AlertNet
  キーワード:question,UNICEF,settlement RV=262.7
3.Haiti: ADRA Immunization and HIV Prevention Efforts Ongoing Among Displaced Populations ADRA
  キーワード:Adra RV=255.6
4.Field Diary: Tent schools provide a refuge for quake-affected Haitian children UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster RV=249.1
5.Press Conference by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at United Nations Headquarters 16 March 2010 UN SG
  キーワード:question,settlement,rain RV=245.5

 ▼2010/03/18 00:00〜2010/03/19 00:00▼

1.MCC’s Haiti response continues with medical teams engineers and food aid MCC
  キーワード:MCC,March,Feb,woman,rice RV=271.1
2.Haiti: bringing water and restoring dignity to the elderly ICRC
  キーワード:woman,latrine,mother RV=124.1
3.Six-month deployment of HAP team to Haiti HAP
  キーワード:Vision,March RV=107.1
4.Donors plan to put up $3.8 bln for Haiti rebuilding Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:March,Feb RV=105.5
5.US Cuban officials discuss Haiti quake assistance Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:March,Feb RV=105.5

 ▼2010/03/19 00:00〜2010/03/20 00:00▼

1.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE : 17th MARCH 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,season,rainy,March,woman RV=310.8
2.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #30 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,February,March RV=278.2
3.Haiti: US$65 Million Grant to Restore Key State Functions and Infrastructure World Bank
  キーワード:debt,season,rainy,March RV=244.5
4.HAITI- IOM Health Team Helps Earthquake Survivors Return Home from Hospitals IOM
  キーワード:settlement,woman RV=132.6
5.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 9 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,March RV=130.5

 ▼2010/03/20 00:00〜2010/03/21 00:00▼

1.Tzu Chi Foundation Sets Up Relief Operation at the National Soccer Stadium to Help the Haiti Quake Survivors Buddhist Tzu Chi
  キーワード:Tzu,Chi,March,woman,mother,baby,young RV=514.9
2.UNDP Associate Administrator Grynspan Visits Haiti to Monitor Progress UNDP
  キーワード:rain,woman,UNDP,adoption RV=186.6

 ▼2010/03/21 00:00〜2010/03/22 00:00▼

1.HAITI Earthquake Response Bulletin 3 04-03-10 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,import,spontaneous,department,resume,export,outlying,storage RV=319.0

 ▼2010/03/22 00:00〜2010/03/23 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Children struggle in make-shift orphanage IRIN
  キーワード:cluster,March,les,article,teacher RV=270.4
2.EU Council conclusions on position for International Conference on Haiti EU
  キーワード:season,March,rainy,Council RV=220.5
3.Finland to provide at least 10 million euros for Haitian reconstruction Govt. Finland
  キーワード:debt,March RV=124.6
4.Build well to save lives in disasters experts urge Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:February,March RV=118.0
5.In Haiti Mental Health System Is in Collapse NY Times
  キーワード:March,article RV=105.3

 ▼2010/03/23 00:00〜2010/03/24 00:00▼

1.In the ongoing humanitarian response in Haiti 'dignity' is no mere watchword CWS
  キーワード:question,season,March,rainy,woman RV=314.5
2.YMCA continues Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in Haiti YMCA
  キーワード:UNICEF,February,YMCA,woman RV=245.8
3.CARE International announces key recommendations for Haiti’s recovery reconstruction and development needs CARE
  キーワード:debt,March,woman RV=176.3
4.Improved US terms for Haiti textile imports sought Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,March RV=127.6
5.IDB approves historic expansion of capital financial package for Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:debt RV=73.1

 ▼2010/03/24 00:00〜2010/03/25 00:00▼

1.HAITI WEEKLY CONSOLIDATED LOGISTICS CLUSTER SITREP HAITI EARTHQUAKE DATE: 19/MARCH/2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,season,March,rainy RV=344.1
2.Emergency Shelter Reaches Nearly 1 Million Haitians Am. RC
  キーワード:cluster,rain,season,March,rainy RV=328.8
3.Former US President Bill Clinton praises crisis response by UN and UNICEF in Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:settlement,UNICEF,March RV=232.5
4.Earthquakes and prison breaks: UKaid in Haiti DFID
  キーワード:season,March,rainy RV=182.7
5.Haitian architect sees lessons in deadly earthquake UN Radio
  キーワード:question,rain RV=159.9

 ▼2010/03/25 00:00〜2010/03/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 10 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,rain,season,March,rainy,latrine,transitional,Shelter,Swiss,target RV=463.9

 ▼2010/03/26 00:00〜2010/03/27 00:00▼

1.Emergency Operations Center Situation Report #24 - Haiti Earthquake PAHO
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,season,March,rainy RV=349.6
2.Press Conference by Under-Secretaries-General for Peacekeeping Field Support UN DPI
  キーワード:question,rain,season,March,article RV=340.7
3.HAITI: IOM Continues Registration Exercises and New Site Planning Activities to Decongest Priority Sites Ahead of the Rainy Season IOM
  キーワード:settlement,rain,March RV=222.1
4.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE : 24th MARCH 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,March RV=221.6
5.Commissioner Georgieva stresses the humanitarian dimension of the Haiti crisis in a conference with Bill Clinton ahead of New York's Haiti Donors Summit EC
  キーワード:rain,season,March RV=201.4

 ▼2010/03/27 00:00〜2010/03/28 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #47 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:March,Clinton,Assistance,Goh,sheeting,consignment,Bush,roll,benefit,George RV=211.3

 ▼2010/03/28 00:00〜2010/03/29 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/03/29 00:00〜2010/03/30 00:00▼

1.American Red Cross Announces Spending Plan for Relief and Recovery in Haiti Am. RC
  キーワード:rain,season,March,rainy,blood RV=305.6
2.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 11/2010 ACT
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,season,March RV=292.3
3.PREVIEW-Haiti donors face huge task to 'build back better' Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,season,March,woman RV=247.9
4.2010 Earthquake in Haiti - Summary end of March 2010 SDC
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=124.7
5.Helping Haiti's children return to school Plan
  キーワード:March,teacher RV=104.2

 ▼2010/03/30 00:00〜2010/03/31 00:00▼

1.A Haiti fit for its children and young people UNICEF
  キーワード:SOS,UNICEF,March,February,Vision RV=405.8
2.Press Conference on International Donors’ Conference for Haiti UN DPI
  キーワード:rain,season,March,rainy,February RV=321.9
3.New York donor conference: As needs remain Haiti must be given capacity to ensure access to medical care for its population MSF
  キーワード:rain,season,March,rainy RV=264.0
4.HAITI: IOM Launches Environmental Health Strategy for Haiti's Earthquake-Displaced IOM
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,Wash RV=253.6
5.Slovenian government allocates humanitarian aid to Haiti Govt. Rep. Slovenia
  キーワード:UNICEF,March,February RV=207.7

 ▼2010/03/31 00:00〜2010/04/01 00:00▼

1.HAITI: STABILISATION AND RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE QUAKE - Latin America/Caribbean Report Nツー32 ICG
  キーワード:settlement,rain,cluster,season,March RV=371.3
2.Minister of State for Overseas Development Peter Power pledges €13 million to Haiti’s recovery Govt. Ireland
  キーワード:debt,rain,season,Irish,March RV=356.7
3.International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Pledges More Than $300 Million to Haiti’s Long-Term Recovery IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,rain,cluster,March RV=302.4
4.Haiti can get annual 8 pct GDP rise next 5 yrs-IMF Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:question,debt,March RV=235.4
5.Few Haitians relocated to safety as rains storms loom AlertNet
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season RV=234.0

 ▼2010/04/01 00:00〜2010/04/02 00:00▼

1.Press Conference on Japan’s Participation in Haiti Donors’ Conference UN DPI
  キーワード:question,debt,season,rainy RV=301.1
2.Press Conference by European Union on Donors’ Conference for Haiti UN DPI
  キーワード:question,season,rainy RV=214.9
3.UN reconstruction conference in New York: Switzerland to support Haiti with 90 million Swiss francs Govt. Switzerland
  キーワード:debt,March,DB RV=196.5
4.Finland to provide 12.7 million euros for Haitian reconstruction Govt. Finland
  キーワード:debt,March,DB RV=196.5

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 ▼2010/04/05 00:00〜2010/04/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti's rainy reason could mean suffering is in the forecast Washington Post
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,article,April RV=275.1
2.The EU will contribute 1.235 billion euros to the reconstruction of Haiti in the next two years EU
  キーワード:conference,European,business,Union,social RV=167.5

 ▼2010/04/06 00:00〜2010/04/07 00:00▼

1.Three-Month Haiti Quake Anniversary Nears CRS
  キーワード:CRS,settlement,season,rainy RV=297.5
2.Arc2Earth supports MapAction in Haiti MapAction
  キーワード:Cluster,cluster,season,rainy RV=271.6
3.After the earthquake protecting Haitian women and girls from violence UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,March RV=233.0
4.A nationwide call to return to school brings hope to children in Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,technology RV=148.4
5.REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies: Latin America & The Caribbean - Year 3 Issue 151 OCHA
  キーワード:rain RV=76.1

 ▼2010/04/07 00:00〜2010/04/08 00:00▼

1.ADRA Completes Registration of Displaced Haitians at Temporary Camp ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,settlement,season,March RV=482.3
2.ADRA Delivers More than 10 Million Liters of Water in Haiti Since Quake ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,season,March RV=396.7
3.SOS School reopens in Haiti SOS
  キーワード:SOS,UNICEF RV=239.0
4.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 12/2010 ACT
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,March RV=219.9
5.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 12 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,season,March RV=203.8

 ▼2010/04/08 00:00〜2010/04/09 00:00▼

1.(MAP) Haiti: Emergency Shelter - Who What Where (as of 29 Mar 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=74.7
2.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (as of 5 Mar 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=74.7
3.27000 Haiti families helped after earthquake Tearfund
  キーワード:transitional,baby RV=71.7

 ▼2010/04/09 00:00〜2010/04/10 00:00▼

1.Regular press briefing by the Information Service in Geneva 9 April 2010: Haiti Niger UN DPI
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,season,rainy RV=302.0
2.Haiti: Red Cross Red Crescent prepares for rainy season as earthquake relief operation continues IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy RV=291.5
3.Three months after the quake: Standing with Haitians to seize the future CARE
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy RV=291.5
4.HAITI - IOM Assists in Relocation of Displaced from Petionville Golf Club to Corail Cesselesse Site IOM
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,Vision RV=267.5
5.Thousands more ShelterBoxes to be sent to Haiti three months after devastating earthquake ShelterBox
  キーワード:rain,season,March RV=206.4

 ▼2010/04/10 00:00〜2010/04/11 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UN prepares to help relocate 7500 quake survivors at risk from floods UN News
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,sexual,woman,Children,Club RV=308.7
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #49 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,March,Rights,April,average RV=235.7

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 ▼2010/04/12 00:00〜2010/04/13 00:00▼

1.Haiti – the enormous tasks ahead IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,rain,season,rainy RV=294.0
2.Haiti: Resettlement of quake victims must ensure human dignity CARE
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,Vision RV=260.7
3.Habitat for Humanity the American Red Cross CARE and other partners help provide more than 13000 additional emergency shelter kits for Haiti Habitat
  キーワード:Cluster,season,rainy,February RV=253.9
4.Dispatches Nツー 277- 31 mars 2010 JRS
  キーワード:des,les RV=222.7
5.American Red Cross Issues Three-Month Progress Report for Haiti Earthquake Am. RC
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy RV=215.8

 ▼2010/04/13 00:00〜2010/04/14 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #33 OCHA
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,cluster,season,rainy,March RV=440.5
2.Children of Haiti: Three Months After the Earthquake UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,season,rainy,Wash RV=274.0
3.After January's quake humanitarian action in Haiti averts worse crisis for children but much remains to be done UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,season,rainy RV=222.3
4.Haiti: Bracing For The Hurricane Season WFP
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,season RV=220.7
5.Haiti Quake: Direct Relief's Long-Term Commitment to Recovery Direct Relief
  キーワード:season,Direct,rainy RV=195.0

 ▼2010/04/14 00:00〜2010/04/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 13 IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,rain,Cluster,transitional,decision RV=325.7
2.AmeriCares Delivers New X-Ray Machine to Haiti AmeriCares
  キーワード:AmeriCares,technology RV=186.9
3.LIVELIHOODS AND THE HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE IN HAITI WRC
  キーワード:disability,sexual,woman RV=134.5

 ▼2010/04/15 00:00〜2010/04/16 00:00▼

1.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE : 14 APRIL 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,season,rainy RV=307.2
2.HAITI : LA MENACE DES ALLUVIONS Dテ唄ACCORDS SUR LA RECONSTRUCTION MISNA
  キーワード:des,les RV=224.9
3.HAITI WEEKLY CONSOLIDATED LOGISTICS CLUSTER SITREP HAITI EARTHQUAKE DATE: 28/MARCH/2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,March RV=134.2
4.Haiti able to hold poll by year-end - Bill Clinton Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=127.4
5.US Congress passes Haiti debt relief bill AFP
  キーワード:debt RV=86.2

 ▼2010/04/16 00:00〜2010/04/17 00:00▼

1.Military Engineers Help Haiti Build Better Future Govt. USA
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,March,February RV=323.4
2.Haiti relief: Refugees move to higher drier ground as rainy season begins csmonitor
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,article RV=265.1
3.Press Conference by Deputy Secretary-General on Haiti Trip UN DPI
  キーワード:question,rain,season RV=236.8
4.HAITI - Voluntary Relocation of Quake Displaced Gathers Momentum IOM
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy RV=210.1
5.Haiti approves key post-quake reconstruction body Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,season,March RV=208.6

 ▼2010/04/17 00:00〜2010/04/18 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Situation Report #34 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,April,Shelter,mention,Club,relocation,Education,reopen,target RV=366.6
2.Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (as of 12 Apr 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Shelter RV=26.4

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 ▼2010/04/19 00:00〜2010/04/20 00:00▼

1.HAITI-US: Washington aid policy may be shifting IRIN
  キーワード:les,March,article,conference,pour,April,Clinton,agricultural RV=380.9
2.Health Workers in Haiti Fear Spike in Infectious Disease VOA
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=127.7

 ▼2010/04/20 00:00〜2010/04/21 00:00▼

1.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 13/2010 ACT
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,cluster,season,rainy,March,April RV=482.6
2.FOOD ASSISTANCE OUTLOOK BRIEF April 12 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:rain,season,March,April RV=253.4
3.Rainy season threatens earthquake-battered Haiti LA Times
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy RV=212.8
4.Haiti: Maternity and newborn health are top priorities for Red Cross field hospital IFRC
  キーワード:rain,blood,April RV=173.4
5.Haiti: WFP Helps Quake Homeless Put Down Roots WFP
  キーワード:debt RV=86.4

 ▼2010/04/21 00:00〜2010/04/22 00:00▼

1.UMCOR Hotline 20 Apr 2010: Chile Haiti Zimbabwe China DR Congo UMCOR
  キーワード:February,April,pour,malaria,campaign,Chile RV=204.4
2.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (as of 19 Apr 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=102.6
3.(MAP) Haiti: Emergency Shelter Gap - 19 April 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=102.6
4.Haiti: Assistant Secretary Shapiro Visits Haiti to Highlight U.S. Support for Peacekeeping US DOS
  キーワード:April,troop,Union RV=100.3
5.(MAP) Haiti: Overview of Deliveries (as of 19 Apr 2010) Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=74.8

 ▼2010/04/22 00:00〜2010/04/23 00:00▼

1.Haiti 100 days after the quake DEC
  キーワード:DEC,season,rainy,Vision,latrine,decision RV=337.7
2.Haiti relief: Anger confusion as authorities relocate homeless csmonitor
  キーワード:season,rainy,April RV=173.5
3.Haiti work continues MapAction
  キーワード:season,rainy,April RV=173.5
4.First visit of Commissioner Piebalgs to Haiti: launch of the first EU-funded projects for reconstruction EU
  キーワード:March,April,Council RV=142.6
5.Returning Trees Jobs to Haiti's Eroded Hills VOA
  キーワード:rain RV=83.6

 ▼2010/04/23 00:00〜2010/04/24 00:00▼

1.IFAD Executive Board approves debt relief for Haiti IFAD
  キーワード:debt,April,investment RV=176.1
2.EXECUTIVE BRIEF: Impacts of food aid rice distribution in Haiti on the rice market and production April 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:March,February,rice RV=146.3
3.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE: 22nd April 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,April RV=137.3
4.HAITI- Vital Canal Clearance Operations Progress Ahead of Rainy Season IOM
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=128.8
5.Habitat for Humanity and IDB fund support housing reconstruction in Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:DB RV=49.2

 ▼2010/04/24 00:00〜2010/04/25 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #51 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster,Wash,April,latrine RV=396.1
2.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 14 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,season,rainy,Wash,April,transitional RV=346.9
3.Back to basics: The quest for food security in Haiti CWS
  キーワード:teacher RV=46.7
4.Haiti Receives More Relief from Counterpart International Counterpart
  キーワード:April RV=46.3

 ▼2010/04/25 00:00〜2010/04/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 1 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,April,investment,Petit,Shelter,relocation,reopen,primary,Grand,Key RV=297.3

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 ▼2010/04/27 00:00〜2010/04/28 00:00▼

1.G8 Leaders Should Focus On Maternal And Child Nutrition WFP
  キーワード:UNICEF,technology,article,investment RV=248.1
2.HAITI: Building Transitional Shelters from the Ruins of Port-au-Prince IOM
  キーワード:season,rainy,transitional RV=171.8
3.Nutrition information in crisis situations - Report number XXI UN SCN
  キーワード:UNICEF,breastfeed RV=135.8
4.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (26th April 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=75.8
5.Dominican Republic: IOM Assists Haitian Migrants Displaced by the 12 January Earthquake IOM
  キーワード:sexual RV=47.1

 ▼2010/04/28 00:00〜2010/04/29 00:00▼

1.Japan increases support for post-quake Haitian healthcare WHO
  キーワード:Cluster,season,rainy,April,February RV=297.1
2.HAIT/POST QUAKE: AID FROM CUBA AND DISINFORMATION MISNA
  キーワード:March,article,conference RV=150.0
3.Ambassador Rice's Remarks on U.N. Stabilization Mission in Haiti US DOS
  キーワード:March,April,Council RV=145.6
4.Despair Deepens on Devastated Haitian Street NY Times
  キーワード:question,April RV=133.8
5.Haiti Chile Clergy Education Receive Grants From Bishops’ Subcommittee On Latin America USCCB
  キーワード:March RV=57.6

 ▼2010/04/29 00:00〜2010/04/30 00:00▼

1.Food Aid Hurts Haiti's Farmers VOA
  キーワード:question,season,March RV=210.9
2.GIEWS Country Brief: Haiti 07-April-2010 FAO
  キーワード:rain,season,March RV=207.6
3.IDB makes $30 million grant to Haiti for housing I-A DB
  キーワード:settlement,DB RV=145.6
4.HAITI CAN RETURN TO 'PATH OF STABILITY' IN TWO YEARS GIVEN NECESSARY SUPPORT IN WEATHERING RISKS OF NEXT 18 MONTHS SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD UN SC
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=127.4
5.Sixty thousand Haitian children to receive life-saving vaccination as part of Vaccination Week of the Americas UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=94.0

 ▼2010/04/30 00:00〜2010/05/01 00:00▼

1.HAITI - Community Stabilization Projects Create a Further 13393 Jobs Clear the Way for 50 Schools to Reopen Strengthen Drainage and Irrigation Infrastructure IOM
  キーワード:settlement,season,March,agricultural RV=255.2
2.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE: 30th April 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement RV=181.3
3.USAID/OFDA South Asia Newsletter - April 2010 USAID
  キーワード:March,Vision,April RV=158.2
4.Haiti: $125000 in Community Grant Funds Announced Today Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,teacher RV=117.0
5.Haiti : Lessons for the policy-makers AlterPresse
  キーワード:April,agricultural RV=93.8

 ▼2010/05/01 00:00〜2010/05/02 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #52 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,April,latrine,relocation,spontaneous RV=330.3
2.IOM IN RESPONSE TO HAITI EARTHQUAKE UPDATE # 8 – 27 APRIL 2010 IOM
  キーワード:cluster,April,relocation,adoption,Petit,Diaspora RV=241.6

 ▼2010/05/02 00:00〜2010/05/03 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/05/03 00:00〜2010/05/04 00:00▼

1.Latin American NGO builds temporary housing in Haiti with MIF support I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,young,job,social,grant,Chile,beneficiary RV=220.1
2.(MAP) USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 30 Apr 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Shelter,Education,Protection RV=77.3

 ▼2010/05/04 00:00〜2010/05/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti Earthquake Response: Concept of Operations - Revision 26 April 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:UNICEF,rain,Cluster,cluster,March RV=378.9
2.Haiti 100 days after the earthquake Trテウcaire
  キーワード:CRS,Irish RV=150.9
3.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 14/2010 ACT
  キーワード:Vision,April RV=102.6
4.Haiti: GOAL Statement - 2nd May 2010 GOAL
  キーワード:Irish RV=62.9
5.Haiti stage 2: CWS helping expand rural food co-ops reunite child domestic workers with their families CWS
  キーワード:disability RV=51.0

 ▼2010/05/05 00:00〜2010/05/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti's latest hardship: Relentless rain CNN
  キーワード:rain,mother,Mars,canal,encampment,Champs,threaten,drop,replace,displace RV=218.2

 ▼2010/05/06 00:00〜2010/05/07 00:00▼

1.The urgency of housing in Haiti: Government destroys refugee camps national hurricane center predicts busy season (Part II) Other Worlds
  キーワード:settlement,les,cluster,season,rainy,March,April,article,transitional RV=560.0
2.Minister Cannon Announces Increased Support for Haitian Justice and Security Govt. Canada
  キーワード:March RV=55.6
3.Q&A: The growing importance of non-Western donors AlertNet
  キーワード:investment RV=42.8

 ▼2010/05/07 00:00〜2010/05/08 00:00▼

1.Aid groups urge Haiti reconstruction body to adopt light touch AlertNet
  キーワード:question,April,pour,Clinton RV=209.8
2.HAITI- Initial Phase of Priority Relocations Completed IOM
  キーワード:rain,cluster,Council RV=193.1
3.Young People Seek Funds to Provide Drinking Water for Haiti PAHO
  キーワード:March,por RV=90.6
4.World Bank Special Envoy Hopes to Make Haiti a Model for Reconstruction World Bank
  キーワード:April,decision RV=89.7

 ▼2010/05/08 00:00〜2010/05/09 00:00▼

1.The International Donors’ Conference and Support for Haiti’s Future USIP
  キーワード:March,investment,OAS,Plan,budget,Bank RV=224.4
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #53 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:April,strategy,Education,revise RV=145.1

 ▼2010/05/09 00:00〜2010/05/10 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/05/10 00:00〜2010/05/11 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 2 OCHA
  キーワード:Cluster,April,relocation RV=161.5
2.Gangs become father mother to Haiti's forlorn orphans AFP
  キーワード:mother,social,troop,radio,Soleil RV=137.6
3.(MAP) USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 07 May 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Education,Shelter RV=60.3

 ▼2010/05/11 00:00〜2010/05/12 00:00▼

1.Haitian police break up violent protest at palace Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:March,election,Feb,Clinton RV=178.7
2.CHF-Haiti Update - May 10 2010: CHF looks back at 3 months of earthquake response work in Petit-Goave CHF
  キーワード:March,April,February RV=149.7
3.HOTLINE - week of May 10 2010: Haiti Pakistan CWS
  キーワード:teacher,student,Petit RV=116.0
4.In Haiti international relief targets rats and bugs csmonitor
  キーワード:refugee RV=35.7

 ▼2010/05/12 00:00〜2010/05/13 00:00▼

1.EU Foreign Affairs Council Conclusions on the EU report on human rights MDGs and more EU
  キーワード:settlement,Council,decision,European,policy RV=239.0
2.Norway increases aid to Haiti Govt. Norway
  キーワード:investment,refugee,budget RV=113.4
3.UMCOR Hotline 11 Mar 2010: Haiti Indonesia Chile Kenya UMCOR
  キーワード:April,Plan RV=85.0

 ▼2010/05/13 00:00〜2010/05/14 00:00▼

1.Questions and Answers on European Civil Protection Mechanism ECHO
  キーワード:Council,European,policy,budget,Union,Protection,initiative RV=231.4
2.Central Emergency Response Fund and Country Based Pooled funds Member States Briefing OCHA
  キーワード:grant,funding,Cerf RV=68.4

 ▼2010/05/14 00:00〜2010/05/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 16 IFRC
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,April,transitional,Swiss RV=294.0
2.A little girl needs your help to build homes in Haiti FFP
  キーワード:season,April,latrine,mother RV=198.9
3.Social mobilizers throughout Haiti spread the word about vaccines UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,mother,vaccination RV=168.2
4.Haitian quake survivors to benefit from more UN food-for-work projects UN News
  キーワード:rain,season RV=145.2

 ▼2010/05/15 00:00〜2010/05/16 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #54 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,transitional,strategy,social,Goh,Project RV=309.5
2.Haiti Earthquake: Three Months Later Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,April,strategy,grant RV=194.5

 ▼2010/05/16 00:00〜2010/05/17 00:00▼

1.Haiti gives IDB mandate to promote major education reform I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,March,teacher,investment,Feb,conference,Education,adoption,Bank,social RV=410.4

 ▼2010/05/17 00:00〜2010/05/18 00:00▼

1.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE: 14th May 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,rain,cluster,season,election RV=352.5
2.US Delegation Finds Inadequate Response and Victim-Blaming" Approach to Rapes in Haitian Displacement Camps" Madre
  キーワード:des,sexual RV=192.0
3.Heifer Haiti – Update on earthquake recovery and rehabilitation Heifer International
  キーワード:Cluster,March RV=128.9
4.WORLD SUMMIT FOR THE FUTURE OF HAITI Govt. Dominican Rep.
  キーワード:March,investment RV=97.5

 ▼2010/05/18 00:00〜2010/05/19 00:00▼

1.HAITI: IOM Launches New Haiti-wide Push to Improve Life in Displacement Camps IOM
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,cluster,season,rainy,February RV=388.1
2.Diphtheria cases in Haitian camp prompt UN-backed emergency vaccination UN News
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,February RV=218.0
3.Haiti: Statement of OAS Secretary General on the Death of a PADF Employee OAS
  キーワード:question,OAS RV=121.9

 ▼2010/05/19 00:00〜2010/05/20 00:00▼

1.HAITI: NGO wins award but still so much to do"" PlusNews
  キーワード:les,season,rainy,article,Council RV=291.6
2.Post-Earthquake Violence Against Women in Haiti: Failure to Prevent Protect and Punish Madre
  キーワード:UNICEF,April,sexual,Council RV=240.6
3.UN redoubles efforts to house Haiti's homeless AFP
  キーワード:season,rainy,transitional RV=166.8
4.USAID/OTI Haiti Quarterly Report January - March 2010 USAID
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=119.7
5.Humanitarian Funding Review: Remarks by John Holmes UN Under-Secretary-General and Emergency Relief Coordinator OCHA
  キーワード:cluster RV=69.6

 ▼2010/05/20 00:00〜2010/05/21 00:00▼

1.Creating Jobs Essential to Haiti’s Long-term Recovery Says IFC CEO Thunell Intl. FC
  キーワード:April,investment,February,IFC,business,Bank,job RV=266.9
2.Haiti’s camp from hell IFRC
  キーワード:rain,job RV=111.2
3.(MAP) Haiti: Logistics Corridors and Warehouse Assets (as of 17 May 2010) Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=75.8
4.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 15/2010 ACT
  キーワード:revise RV=29.1

 ▼2010/05/21 00:00〜2010/05/22 00:00▼

1.IFAD launches US$2.5 million project to improve food security in the Haitian countryside IFAD
  キーワード:debt,April,agricultural,February RV=226.4
2.USAID FrontLines - April 2010 USAID
  キーワード:April,March,teacher RV=155.4
3.Direct Relief International Teams Up with Music for Relief to Fund Small Haitian Nonprofits Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct RV=85.9
4.In Haiti quake response east meets west IFRC
  キーワード:settlement RV=84.5
5.Haiti: Testimony of Andrew S. Natsios Professor Georgetown University School of Foreign Service Govt. USA
  キーワード:March RV=52.5

 ▼2010/05/22 00:00〜2010/05/23 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 17 IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,article,transitional,Swiss,budget,Finnish RV=276.4
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #55 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,strategy RV=199.9
3.INTERVIEW-Safer shelter needed to avert Haiti disease outbreaks AlertNet
  キーワード:season,rape RV=107.2

 ▼2010/05/23 00:00〜2010/05/24 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/05/24 00:00〜2010/05/25 00:00▼

1.Haiti: training brings concrete contribution to reconstruction UNESCO
  キーワード:March,student,young,job,Camp,trade,participant RV=220.6
2.REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies: Latin America & The Caribbean - Year 3 Issue 157 OCHA
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=117.7
3.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 3 24 May 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:strategy RV=33.1

 ▼2010/05/25 00:00〜2010/05/26 00:00▼

1.Best Practices: Human Trafficking in Disaster Zones US DOS
  キーワード:debt,question,settlement,mother RV=300.2
2.Haiti Red Cross joins international organizations in hygiene drive as rains intensify IFRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,season,rainy,mother RV=252.3
3.USAID/OFDA SHELTER AND SETTLEMENTS SECTOR ACTIVITIES IN HAITI USAID
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,transitional RV=209.5
4.Convoy of Hope receives timely grant from the Kellogg Foundation for work in Haiti COH
  キーワード:technology RV=60.7
5.Haiti: Feeding Children Fends Off Malnutrition In Slums WFP
  キーワード:mother RV=43.7

 ▼2010/05/26 00:00〜2010/05/27 00:00▼

1.USAID’s Approach to Shelter in Post-Earthquake Haiti: Providing Security Dignity and Work USAID
  キーワード:settlement,spontaneous,housing,survey RV=150.7
2.Direct Relief International Grants $160000 to Healing Hands for Haiti Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,grant,room RV=137.7
3.UN and Haiti to investigate prison riot deaths in the wake of earthquake UN News
  キーワード:question,Police,Les RV=132.5

 ▼2010/05/27 00:00〜2010/05/28 00:00▼

1.THINKING ABOUT OURSELVES AND OUR FUTURE": RURAL HAITIAN WOMEN ORGANIZE" Other Worlds
  キーワード:March,election,sexual RV=147.7
2.LOGISTICS CLUSTER SITUATION REPORT HAITI EARTHQUAKE DATE: 26 May 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,season RV=136.7
3.Haiti Earthquake Update: May 26 World Concern
  キーワード:season,rainy RV=117.1
4.Dominican Republic visa programme helps Haitian quake victims UNHCR
  キーワード:article,disability RV=99.9
5.My City is Getting Ready Is yours? UNISDR launches 2010-11 World Disaster Reduction Campaign ISDR
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=90.5

 ▼2010/05/28 00:00〜2010/05/29 00:00▼

1.SOS Children's Villages builds innovative shelters to house children in Haiti SOS
  キーワード:SOS,season,rainy RV=268.4
2.World Bank Grants Help Haitian Children Get Back to School Following Earthquake World Bank
  キーワード:debt,April,March RV=194.8
3.Human Rights Council to hold fourteenth session from 31 May to 28 June 2010 UNHRC
  キーワード:debt,Council RV=142.4
4.Camp Committees in Haiti: Un-Accountability Mechanisms? HAP
  キーワード:question,disability RV=136.4
5.INTERVIEW-UK aid alliance seeks to speed up disaster response cut competition AlertNet
  キーワード:March,Vision RV=100.7

 ▼2010/05/29 00:00〜2010/05/30 00:00▼

1.HAITI SITUATION UPDATE: May 12 2010 HI
  キーワード:April,March,transitional,mention,rehabilitation,amputee,expand,produce,physical,recently RV=270.7

 ▼2010/05/30 00:00〜2010/05/31 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/05/31 00:00〜2010/06/01 00:00▼

1.UNICEF HAITI EMERGENCY RESPONSE UPDATE : 28th MAY 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,rain,season,election RV=362.3
2.ETHIOPIA-MOZAMBIQUE: Asia most at risk" from natural disasters" IRIN
  キーワード:les,April,article,pour,business RV=242.8

 ▼2010/06/01 00:00〜2010/06/02 00:00▼

1.Human Rights Council opens fourteenth regular session UN HCHR
  キーワード:Council,disability,sexual,Rights,European,policy RV=269.1
2.HAITI: IOM and CCCM Cluster Pass 530000 Registration Mark Initiate Mitigation and Emergency Response Mechanisms IOM
  キーワード:cluster,season,Wash RV=177.1
3.City leaders join UN Making Cities Resilient campaign ISDR
  キーワード:UNICEF,Council RV=141.9
4.Southcom Completes Haiti Disaster Response Govt. USA
  キーワード:season RV=59.1

 ▼2010/06/02 00:00〜2010/06/03 00:00▼

1.Immense challenge' to rebuild Haiti president tells donors AFP
  キーワード:debt,March,corruption,conference RV=216.4
2.Survey shows Haiti camps vulnerable to major hurricane damage Oxfam
  キーワード:settlement,season,committee RV=181.2
3.Haiti Fish Project To Provide Jobs Combat Hunger And Fight Malaria OBI
  キーワード:Obi,baby,import RV=127.9

 ▼2010/06/03 00:00〜2010/06/04 00:00▼

1.Haiti must move faster to protect quake-displaced from storms - aid agencies AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,season,transitional,Vision RV=238.9
2.Press Conference by Security Council President on Work Programme for June UN DPI
  キーワード:question,Council,election RV=193.2
3.Declaration: World Summit on the Future of Haiti: Solidarity beyond the Crisis Govt. Dominican Rep.
  キーワード:settlement,election,March RV=182.4
4.Video: Educating Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:DB RV=61.3

 ▼2010/06/04 00:00〜2010/06/05 00:00▼

1.HAITI: We are again exposed to catastrophe"""" IRIN
  キーワード:rain,les,cluster,season,rainy RV=338.9
2.Security Council Authorizes Deployment of Further 680 Police in Haiti Unanimously Adopting Resolution 1927 (2010) UN SC
  キーワード:Council,season,rainy,April RV=225.2
3.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 16/2010 ACT
  キーワード:settlement,cluster RV=150.6
4.Disasters: Preparedness and Mitigation in the Americas Issue No.113 May 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster,April RV=127.5
5.Haitians On The Margins Make Home On A Highway NPR
  キーワード:settlement RV=82.7

 ▼2010/06/05 00:00〜2010/06/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti - Earthquake Fact Sheet #57 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Cluster,April,transitional,decision,Clinton,June,Goh,Shelter RV=337.6
2.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 4 04 Jun 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:rain,season,Clinton,June RV=204.3

 ▼2010/06/06 00:00〜2010/06/07 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 18 IFRC
  キーワード:rain,settlement,Cluster,cluster,April,transitional,Swiss,budget,Petit,cent RV=549.5

 ▼2010/06/07 00:00〜2010/06/08 00:00▼

1.INTERVIEW: Marrying satellite images with Google maps to help speed up humanitarian response AlertNet
  キーワード:question,June,job,flooding,village,produce,demand,datum,input,evacuation RV=261.0

 ▼2010/06/08 00:00〜2010/06/09 00:00▼

1.Human Rights Council concludes Interactive dialogue on Right to Health Human Rights and Extreme Poverty and Violence against Women UNHRC
  キーワード:question,Council,sexual,Rights,policy,June,Chile RV=337.1
2.USAID/OFDA Shelter and Settlements Sector Update - June 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,Chile RV=114.2
3.USAID/OFDA Water Sanitation and Hygiene Sector Update - June 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Wash,latrine RV=91.8

 ▼2010/06/09 00:00〜2010/06/10 00:00▼

1.Remarks by Dr. Rajiv Shah Administrator USAID at the WFP Executive Board USAID
  キーワード:technology,investment,agricultural,FAO,European,policy,rice,strategy RV=340.3
2.Haiti: Food Assistance Rebuilds Lives WFP
  キーワード:mother RV=42.4
3.ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND MARKET SYSTEMS SECTOR UPDATE – JUNE 2010 USAID
  キーワード:remittance RV=36.2

 ▼2010/06/10 00:00〜2010/06/11 00:00▼

1.HAITI Food Security Outlook No 24 - May to September 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:season,June,business,job,social,economic RV=195.2
2.(MAP) Haiti: Emergency Shelter Gap - 26 April 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=102.2
3.Schedule elections U.S. Congress urges Haiti president Miami Herald
  キーワード:election,mandate RV=77.4

 ▼2010/06/11 00:00〜2010/06/12 00:00▼

1.Haiti 5 months on: after the earthquake the rains... the cyclones to come... the emergency continues Solidaritテゥs
  キーワード:season,rainy,April,March RV=211.1
2.$98.91 million for disaster relief outside Hong Kong in 2009-10 Govt. Hong Kong
  キーワード:Council,Vision,March RV=155.8
3.Haiti: Global Health Cluster making gains in responding to health needs in disasters and crises but challenges persist WHO
  キーワード:Cluster,cluster RV=144.5
4.Press Conference by United Nations Police Adviser UN DPI
  キーワード:sexual,March RV=97.3
5.African-American Baptists donate $500000 to Habitat for Humanity for housing in Haiti Habitat
  キーワード:rain RV=82.4

 ▼2010/06/12 00:00〜2010/06/13 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #58 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,transitional,relocation,June,grant,Goh RV=273.1
2.Disasters: Preparedness and Mitigation in the Americas Issue No.113 May 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:April,February,Chile,reduction RV=148.1

 ▼2010/06/13 00:00〜2010/06/14 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/06/14 00:00〜2010/06/15 00:00▼

1.Saving Stacey: the miracle baby at the Red Cross hospital in Haiti IFRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,rain,settlement,April,disability RV=353.1
2.GLOBAL: Message your way out of a crisis IRIN
  キーワード:les,election,article RV=182.3
3.Haiti Quake Inspires Leap of Faith CRS
  キーワード:CRS,teacher RV=135.8

 ▼2010/06/15 00:00〜2010/06/16 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Homes For Quake Homeless Come From Sky WFP
  キーワード:Cluster,season,mother,job,old,village,permanent,Ngo,Chilean,easily RV=299.9

 ▼2010/06/16 00:00〜2010/06/17 00:00▼

1.INTERVIEW-Bill Clinton back to Haiti amid hurricane fears Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,season,June,Clinton,commission,tarpaulin,Poor,storm RV=273.1
2.The Challenge of Rebuilding Better After a Disaster World Bank
  キーワード:policy,decision RV=73.8

 ▼2010/06/17 00:00〜2010/06/18 00:00▼

1.Human Rights Council discusses human rights situation in Haiti UNHRC
  キーワード:des,Council,election,rape,Rights,corruption RV=397.2
2.OAS Assistant Secretary General Reiterates Commitment to Haiti during Meeting with Congresswoman Yvette Clarke OAS
  キーワード:election,OAS,Rights RV=151.4
3.Corporate Delegation to Haiti Seeks Opportunities to Engage in Long-term Reconstruction CHF
  キーワード:transitional,investment RV=103.8
4.Trafficking in Persons Report 2010: HAITI (Special Case) US DOS
  キーワード:sexual RV=50.2

 ▼2010/06/18 00:00〜2010/06/19 00:00▼

1.DISASTER AID OR AID DISASTER? HAITIANS’ THOUGHTS ON FOREIGN ASSISTANCE Other Worlds
  キーワード:season,rainy,March,corruption RV=195.2
2.Terre des hommes child relief: Emergency assistance for children and their communities in Haiti Tdh
  キーワード:rain,mother RV=125.5
3.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Implementation and Coordination (15 June 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=76.2
4.HAITI - Community Mobilizers Trained in Cutting-Edge Geo-Location Mapping Related to IOM Accountability and Transparency Project IOM
  キーワード:mother RV=43.4

 ▼2010/06/19 00:00〜2010/06/20 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UN peacekeepers help to arrest 30 criminals on the run since quake UN News
  キーワード:Council,June,Police,neighbourhood,internally,prison,Marie RV=206.6
2.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 5 19 Jun 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:Task,host,displacement RV=62.5

 ▼2010/06/21 00:00〜2010/06/22 00:00▼

1.Norway and Australia Join the Haiti Reconstruction Fund World Bank
  キーワード:DB,investment,March,June,Plan,budget,grant,conference,Clinton,UNDP RV=409.0

 ▼2010/06/22 00:00〜2010/06/23 00:00▼

1.In post-earthquake Haiti children's voices are integrated into reconstruction effort UNICEF
  キーワード:SOS,UNICEF,April,Vision,June,latrine,Plan RV=454.7
2.IDB’s Multilateral Investment Fund backs emergency liquidity program for Haitian microfinance institutions I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,investment,remittance RV=155.6
3.Water for Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:DB RV=67.5

 ▼2010/06/23 00:00〜2010/06/24 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal no. MDRHT008 Operations update no. 19 IFRC
  キーワード:UNICEF,settlement,Cluster,transitional,March,June,latrine,Swiss,budget,rural RV=532.3
2.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (20 June 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=77.0
3.(MAP) Haiti: Overview of Host Family Assessment Locations (as of 16 Jun 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=77.0
4.(MAP) Haiti Nutrition Partners (as of 8 Apr 2010) Haiti Nutrition Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=77.0
5.JICA Establishes Field Office in Haiti to Help Reconstruction JICA
  キーワード:June RV=42.7

 ▼2010/06/24 00:00〜2010/06/25 00:00▼

1.HAITI AT A CROSSROADS Govt. USA
  キーワード:settlement,investment,June,committee,policy,decision,relocation RV=329.2
2.Cash for work' helps protect Haitians from floods Plan
  キーワード:rain,season,rainy,June,committee RV=273.6

 ▼2010/06/25 00:00〜2010/06/26 00:00▼

1.Haitians still wait for recovery DCA
  キーワード:rain,settlement,season,rainy RV=272.7
2.Economic and Social Council in Special Event Considers Ways to Optimize Coordination Coherence of Actions Supporting Beleaguered Haiti ECOSOC
  キーワード:Council,season,rainy RV=168.6
3.USAID/OFDA Fiscal Year 2010 Haiti Protection Programs and Strategy USAID
  キーワード:settlement,cluster RV=148.8
4.HAITI - IOM Non-Food Items (NFI) Distribution Programme Reaches Hidden Pockets" of Need" IOM
  キーワード:settlement RV=82.0

 ▼2010/06/26 00:00〜2010/06/27 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/06/27 00:00〜2010/06/28 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/06/28 00:00〜2010/06/29 00:00▼

1.Education is the only thing that cannot be taken from us" Global launch of a major inter-agency tool focuses on making education a reality for over 75 million children and youth affected by crisis" INEE
  キーワード:UNICEF,teacher,June,mother,Education,UNHCR,Bank,practice,accountability,social RV=397.2

 ▼2010/06/29 00:00〜2010/06/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti ACT Sitrep No. 17/2010 ACT
  キーワード:Cluster,season,June,committee,Clinton,Shelter RV=281.4
2.Haiti: 5 months after ACTED
  キーワード:question,cluster,transitional,reduction RV=233.7
3.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (28 June 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=107.2

 ▼2010/06/30 00:00〜2010/07/01 00:00▼

1.Haiti: when the sky is the only roof JRS
  キーワード:season,rainy,sexual,June RV=202.9
2.Polls in quake-hit Haiti set for November AFP
  キーワード:election,April,March RV=157.6
3.Haiti Earthquake Response Facts and Figures 28 June 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,season RV=132.1
4.The Challenge Of Feeding Hungry People In Hostile Environments WFP
  キーワード:question,mother RV=128.8

 ▼2010/07/01 00:00〜2010/07/02 00:00▼

1.HAITI Earthquake Response Operation Overview - 30 June 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:settlement,season,rainy,import,spontaneous,export,resume,department,pose,outlying RV=331.6

 ▼2010/07/02 00:00〜2010/07/03 00:00▼

1.Still homeless from Haiti earthquake thousands fight forced evictions csmonitor
  キーワード:article,refugee,market,sell,property,majority,July,nonprofit,recognize,officially RV=202.8

 ▼2010/07/03 00:00〜2010/07/04 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/07/04 00:00〜2010/07/05 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/07/05 00:00〜2010/07/06 00:00▼

1.Analysis: Finding space for crowd-sourcing in humanitarian response IRIN
  キーワード:les,technology,election,article,student,pour,conference,lesson RV=385.9
2.(MAP) Shelter in Haiti (as of 25 Jun 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=108.1

 ▼2010/07/06 00:00〜2010/07/07 00:00▼

1.Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP): Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Appeal 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,cluster,season,March,Plan RV=363.4
2.Ban lauds Caribbean region's commitment to Haiti recovery UN News
  キーワード:election,investment,decision RV=151.4
3.Haiti: The Role of the Media in the Reconstruction IOM
  キーワード:settlement RV=81.4
4.(MAP) Haiti: Emergency Shelter & NFI Coverage - 05 July 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=78.5
5.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Who What Where (05 July 2010) Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=78.5

 ▼2010/07/07 00:00〜2010/07/08 00:00▼

1.Key tools to improve education in emergencies UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,teacher,decision RV=172.2
2.Save the Children says thank you Australia for helping 682000 children and families in Haiti But more at risk as hurricane season approaches SC
  キーワード:season,rainy,teacher RV=154.3
3.USAID FrontLines - June 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Council,agricultural,Plan RV=143.7
4.REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies: Latin America & The Caribbean - Year 3 Issue 164 OCHA
  キーワード:rain RV=82.9
5.(MAP) Haiti: NFI Coverage - 05 July 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=78.4

 ▼2010/07/08 00:00〜2010/07/09 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Voluntary Relocation: the case of Corail Cesselesse and Tabarre Issa IOM
  キーワード:question,rain,settlement,Cluster,cluster,transitional,season,rainy,April RV=612.4
2.Haiti: Preparing for the hurricane season IFRC
  キーワード:rain,settlement,transitional,season RV=276.2
3.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal n° MDRHT008 Operations Update n° 20 IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,transitional RV=218.1
4.Red Cross builds transitional shelters in Haitian capital IFRC
  キーワード:rain,transitional RV=140.7
5.BROADEN FOCUS TO CAUSES OF CONFLICT SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES SECURITY COUNCIL IN DEBATE ON CIVILIAN PROTECTION UN SC
  キーワード:Council,transitional RV=117.6

 ▼2010/07/09 00:00〜2010/07/10 00:00▼

1.Haiti: IOM Monitoring Provides a Vital Overview of Situation in Camps IOM
  キーワード:rain,settlement,season,rainy RV=270.5
2.Haiti Relief Six Months after the Quake UMCOR
  キーワード:rain,cluster,season RV=203.6
3.Emergency Response After The Haiti earthquake: Choices Obstacles Activities and Finance MSF
  キーワード:question,season,rainy RV=190.0
4.Six months after the earthquake in Haiti: Successful assistance for a new beginning promises must be kept DWHH - GAA
  キーワード:settlement,investment RV=133.8
5.Six months on from earthquake Haiti reconstruction plans flawed ActionAid
  キーワード:transitional,season RV=111.2

 ▼2010/07/10 00:00〜2010/07/11 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/07/12 00:00〜2010/07/13 00:00▼

1.We Remain Committed to the People of Haiti IOM
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster,cluster,transitional,article RV=339.5
2.Haiti earthquake 6 months on: ShelterBox tents key to survival as transitional shelter is slow to appear ShelterBox
  キーワード:rain,transitional,season RV=198.3
3.Progress on quake recovery patchy in Haiti - aid groups AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,transitional,season RV=198.3
4.Urgent need seen for lasting solutions for Haiti’s 1.5 million displaced UNHCR
  キーワード:settlement,Cluster RV=159.4
5.HAITI SIX MONTHS ON; TURNING RELIEF INTO RECOVERY CARE
  キーワード:transitional,season RV=113.0

 ▼2010/07/13 00:00〜2010/07/14 00:00▼

1.Educating Haiti's children, six months on UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster RV=166.2
2.Haiti Earthquake: 6 Months Later CRS
  キーワード:CRS,transitional RV=163.4
3.Haiti: Six Months Later CIDA
  キーワード:UNICEF,transitional RV=153.7
4.Six months on: Older Haitians still need support HelpAge
  キーワード:settlement,DEC RV=149.4
5.Haiti six-months later: The generosity of Haitians an inspiration for DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE DP
  キーワード:des RV=148.1

 ▼2010/07/14 00:00〜2010/07/15 00:00▼

1.Less Than 2 Per cent of Promised Reconstruction Aid for Quake-Devastated Haiti Delivered, Haitian Government Envoy Tells Economic and Social Council ECOSOC
  キーワード:question,cluster,Council RV=209.0
2.Haiti Earthquake: A Six-Month Update Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,investment,disability RV=197.2
3.Earthquake in Haiti - 6 Months On Irish Aid
  キーワード:Irish,disability,season RV=159.6
4.Listening to Haiti – Six Months Later Internews
  キーワード:question,sexual RV=136.2
5.InterAction Community Publishes Accountability Report for Efforts in Haiti InterAction
  キーワード:transitional RV=66.2

 ▼2010/07/15 00:00〜2010/07/16 00:00▼

1.(MAP) Haiti: Carrefour T-Shelter Coordination and Implementation - 12 Jul 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Shelter,complex,Jul RV=46.1

 ▼2010/07/16 00:00〜2010/07/17 00:00▼

1.Haiti: shelters built in race against hurricane season BRC
  キーワード:rain,transitional,cluster RV=216.8
2.Economic and Social Council Adopts Text on Strengthening Humanitarian Assistance Recognizes Clear Link between Emergency Response Rehabilitation Development ECOSOC
  キーワード:technology,Council,sexual RV=174.0
3.Agriculture Short-Changed in Haiti's Post-Quake Recovery VOA
  キーワード:investment,agricultural RV=102.0
4.(MAP) Haiti: T-Shelter Assessments conducted in Port-au-Prince - 14 Jul 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=77.3
5.U.S. Chamber BCLC InterAction FedEx Launch Initiative to Map Recovery Projects in Haiti InterAction
  キーワード:technology RV=64.0

 ▼2010/07/19 00:00〜2010/07/20 00:00▼

1.Relief operation in Haiti still well under way Govt. Netherlands
  キーワード:season,March,conference,consultation,removal,Norway,Envoy,district,Brazil,recently RV=238.1

 ▼2010/07/20 00:00〜2010/07/21 00:00▼

1.ANALYSIS: NGOs' to-do list for incoming UN relief coordinator IRIN
  キーワード:question,les,cluster,Council,article,investment,June,policy RV=479.7
2.HAITI - Preparing for the Hurricane Season IOM
  キーワード:rain,transitional RV=151.8

 ▼2010/07/21 00:00〜2010/07/22 00:00▼

1.Six-month report: Progress in Haiti Habitat
  キーワード:transitional,rainy,season,business RV=195.8
2.Haiti Six Months On Brookings-Bern
  キーワード:question,article RV=142.0
3.Haiti Red Cross takes to the airwaves IFRC
  キーワード:question,season RV=133.9
4.MCC and MEDA collaborate to help Haiti’s homeless MCC
  キーワード:MCC,grant RV=118.9
5.Haitians with AIDS hit by broken promises of aid AFP
  キーワード:Council,Clinton RV=93.2

 ▼2010/07/22 00:00〜2010/07/23 00:00▼

1.Preparations Under Way for Storm Season in Haiti Govt. USA
  キーワード:rain,technology,April,agricultural RV=250.6
2.FOOD ASSISTANCE OUTLOOK BRIEF July 13 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:debt,rain,April RV=236.4
3.IMF Executive Board Cancels Haiti's Debt and Approves New Three-Year Program to Support Reconstruction and Economic Growth IMF
  キーワード:debt,investment,agricultural RV=206.2
4.Haiti will rehabilitate and expand water and sanitation in Port-au-Prince with grants from Spain and the IDB I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,investment,April RV=178.8
5.IDB Microsoft and Infusion to help Haiti launch e-government platform I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,technology RV=140.1

 ▼2010/07/23 00:00〜2010/07/24 00:00▼

1.ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL FOCUSES ON SOCIAL ISSUES HUMAN RIGHTS ECOSOC
  キーワード:question,Council,Rights,policy,decision RV=271.6
2.HAITI- Evacuation of Vulnerable Families from Malarial Swamp Begins - IOM
  キーワード:transitional,committee,relocation RV=152.1
3.UN Police in Haiti arrest fugitives suspected of rapes inside camps for displaced UN News
  キーワード:sexual,rape RV=99.2

 ▼2010/07/24 00:00〜2010/07/25 00:00▼

1.Haiti Humanitarian Appeal Mid-Year Review June 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,Plan,strategy,Shelter,spontaneous RV=273.2
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #64 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:transitional,July,Goh,progress RV=161.2

 ▼2010/07/25 00:00〜2010/07/26 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/07/26 00:00〜2010/07/27 00:00▼

1.UNICEF Haiti Situation Report: 23 July 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:rain,UNICEF,Cluster,Wash RV=292.2
2.UNICEF Haiti Situation Report: 23 July 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:rain,UNICEF,Cluster,Wash RV=292.2
3.Global Jobs Pact Advisory Group on Haiti Gender Mainstreaming Among Issues As Economic and Social Council Adopts 18 Texts to Conclude 2010 Session ECOSOC
  キーワード:question,election,Council,policy RV=256.2
4.Q+A- Haiti's reconstruction process AlertNet
  キーワード:election,investment,June,policy RV=208.8

 ▼2010/07/27 00:00〜2010/07/28 00:00▼

1.GLOBAL: Insights into the ever more complex aid system (Sudan DRC Liberia Lebanon Haiti Somalia OPT Ethiopia Zimbabwe IRIN
  キーワード:UNICEF,les,cluster,article RV=278.1
2.Haiti Education Ministry communicates at the grassroots UNESCO
  キーワード:question,teacher,decision,student,Education RV=249.0
3.Haiti earthquake: six months later UNDP
  キーワード:season RV=45.2
4.UNESCO connects Haitian and French children through books UNESCO
  キーワード:student RV=37.5

 ▼2010/07/28 00:00〜2010/07/29 00:00▼

1.IFAD ramps up lending to Dominican Republic and Haiti IFAD
  キーワード:debt,agricultural,April,grant,rural RV=279.9
2.Human rights are key in relief efforts UN HCHR
  キーワード:Council,Rights,refugee RV=144.4
3.More Haitian children to be vaccinated in UN-backed campaign UN News
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=83.9
4.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter - Planned and Built (19 July 2010) - Leogane Gressier Grand Goave Petit Goave Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=76.5

 ▼2010/07/29 00:00〜2010/07/30 00:00▼

1.The long road to recovery in Haiti: Some close-ups CWS
  キーワード:teacher,April,Methodist,rural,July,Alliance,farmer RV=277.5
2.Statement of Susan G. Reichle Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator Bureau for Democracy Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance USAID
  キーワード:policy,decision,campaign RV=114.6
3.Life Partners Commit to Feed Thousands of Families in Gaza and Haiti During Ramadan LIFE
  キーワード:rural,campaign RV=71.2

 ▼2010/07/30 00:00〜2010/07/31 00:00▼

1.At a Glance: Women in Haiti UNIFEM
  キーワード:sexual,agricultural,decision,latrine,July,uman,Petit,farmer RV=315.7
2.Haiti: Homes Safe for 100000 Families Finds Assessment World Bank
  キーワード:June,July,Petit,strategy RV=149.8

 ▼2010/07/31 00:00〜2010/08/01 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #65 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:settlement,July,Goh,malaria,flooding,removal,commodity,resettlement,employ,remove RV=293.8

 ▼2010/08/01 00:00〜2010/08/02 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Piloting a new and improved flying toilet"" IRIN
  キーワード:settlement,les,article,latrine,July,pour RV=314.5
2.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 8 30 July 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,season,July,campaign,Camp RV=211.6

 ▼2010/08/02 00:00〜2010/08/03 00:00▼

1.Latin Caribbean: Appeal No. MAA49002 Annual Report IFRC
  キーワード:investment,season,committee,Swiss,budget,decision,strategy,Alliance,reduction,cent RV=392.8

 ▼2010/08/03 00:00〜2010/08/04 00:00▼

1.In Haiti’s Quake-Affected Communities International Medical Corps Promotes the Importance of Breast Milk for Infant Health – Part of World Breastfeeding Week IMC
  キーワード:UNICEF,investment,Corps,breastfeed,mother,baby RV=314.6
2.Haiti: Saving the Roads World Bank
  キーワード:rain,season,grant RV=168.0
3.Haiti Earthquake Response Facts and Figures 31 July 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,season RV=119.8
4.U.S. Coast Guard intercepts 323 migrants from Haiti Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:season RV=43.8

 ▼2010/08/04 00:00〜2010/08/05 00:00▼

1.HAITI MONTHLY LOGISTICS CLUSTER SITREP: HAITI EARTHQUAKE DATE: 31 JULY 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,decision,July,objective,exercise,expand,Ngo,Joint,DPC,test RV=267.4

 ▼2010/08/05 00:00〜2010/08/06 00:00▼

1.No big outbreaks of disease in Haiti surveys find Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cluster,decision,Plan,malaria,CDC,illness,improvement,acute,outbreak,surveillance RV=270.2

 ▼2010/08/06 00:00〜2010/08/07 00:00▼

1.World Bank Helps Haiti Close its Budget Gap World Bank
  キーワード:debt,investment,June,corruption,budget,grant,IFC,Plan,rural RV=454.3
2.Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) Appeal No. MAA00010 Mid-Year report IFRC
  キーワード:June,budget,grant,Swiss RV=179.0
3.Rotary begins plan of action in Haiti Rotary
  キーワード:June RV=48.6

 ▼2010/08/07 00:00〜2010/08/08 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Emergency appeal nツー MDRHT008 Six Months Progress report IFRC
  キーワード:Cluster,settlement,transitional,Wash,rainy,Swiss,budget,season,July RV=484.7
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #66 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Cluster,transitional,July,Goh RV=214.3

 ▼2010/08/09 00:00〜2010/08/10 00:00▼

1.Shelter and Settlements Mid-Year report (MAA00019) IFRC
  キーワード:settlement,cluster,reduction,Chile,Shelter,initiative,inter,side,quality,society RV=338.9

 ▼2010/08/10 00:00〜2010/08/11 00:00▼

1.Haiti: 2010 Article IV Consultation and Request for a Three-Year Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility—Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Haiti IMF
  キーワード:debt,June,policy,IMF,July RV=270.6
2.Disaster services Appeal No. MAA00040 - Mid-Year report 2010 IFRC
  キーワード:June,decision,Chile RV=122.2
3.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter Planning - Petit Goave 05 August 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=110.0
4.Bush to visit Haiti Tuesday AFP
  キーワード:Clinton RV=31.8

 ▼2010/08/11 00:00〜2010/08/12 00:00▼

1.COMMISSION DECISION of amending Commission Decision C(2010)1280 of 4th March 2010 on the financing of humanitarian actions in the Caribbean from the general budget of the European Union (ECHO/-CR/BUD/2010/02000) ECHO
  キーワード:Council,article,June,budget,decision,reduction RV=287.0
2.New USAID-Funded Haiti Apparel Center to Provide Training to Thousands of Haitians in the Garment Industry USAID
  キーワード:investment,June,corruption,student RV=188.0
3.Reconstruction Grant Supports Urgent Needs of Haitians World Bank
  キーワード:grant RV=43.2

 ▼2010/08/12 00:00〜2010/08/13 00:00▼

1.Red Cross prepares for peak hurricane season in Haiti BRC
  キーワード:rain,transitional,season,mother,baby,cent,agriculture RV=338.5
2.UPDATE - Haiti Earthquake - Concept of operations Revision 09 August 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,June RV=127.1
3.Caribbean disaster insurance scheme inspires South Pacific countries AlertNet
  キーワード:June,farmer RV=83.9

 ▼2010/08/13 00:00〜2010/08/14 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Deadly Inferno in Camp Prompts Reinforced Fire Risk Reduction Strategy for IDPs IOM
  キーワード:UNICEF,committee,mother,baby,Camp,reduction,campaign,strategy RV=342.1
2.Haiti: Home safe home? Transitional shelters and hurricanes in St Marc IFRC
  キーワード:transitional RV=69.3
3.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #67 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:transitional RV=69.3
4.MERCY CORPS RECEIVES $12.5 MILLION GRANT FROM USAID TO HELP FEED HAITIANS IN THE IMPOVERISHED CENTRAL PLATEAU AND LOWER ARTIBONITE Mercy Corps
  キーワード:Corps RV=54.3

 ▼2010/08/14 00:00〜2010/08/15 00:00▼

1.U.S. Embassy Announces Groundbreaking Effort to Provide Emergency Food Assistance to Earthquake Victims in Haiti USAID
  キーワード:investment,Corps,agricultural,grant,mother,rural,farmer,March,production,agriculture RV=415.8

 ▼2010/08/15 00:00〜2010/08/16 00:00▼

1.Haitian women live in fear of rape in post-quake camps AlertNet
  キーワード:sexual,rape,June,girl,initiative,tarp,abuse,social,February,reason RV=326.4

 ▼2010/08/16 00:00〜2010/08/17 00:00▼

1.HAITI EARTHQUAKE: CWS EXPANDED APPEAL: 08-16-10 CWS
  キーワード:settlement,disability,agricultural,April,budget,rural,seed,farmer,Alliance,business RV=443.6

 ▼2010/08/17 00:00〜2010/08/18 00:00▼

1.World Bank to Disburse US$55 Million to Help Haiti Meet Urgent Financing for Reconstruction World Bank
  キーワード:debt,investment,June,grant,budget,IFC RV=344.2
2.UNDP continues coordination in Haiti will support elections UNDP
  キーワード:election,decision RV=103.8
3.New Horizons: U.S. Military’s Humanitarian Efforts in Haiti Govt. USA
  キーワード:June,latrine RV=88.6
4.REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies: Latin America & the Caribbean - Year 3 - Issue 170 August 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:rain RV=83.2

 ▼2010/08/18 00:00〜2010/08/19 00:00▼

1.The Coca-Cola Company's Haiti Hope Project Momentum Continues With Investment From United States Government USAID
  キーワード:DB,investment,agricultural,April,grant,policy RV=319.3
2.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 9 17 August 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:transitional,investment,June,April,season,Plan RV=304.3
3.Haiti commission earmarks $1.6 bln for recovery Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:agricultural,season RV=92.7

 ▼2010/08/19 00:00〜2010/08/20 00:00▼

1.GLOBAL: Aiding aid workers IRIN
  キーワード:les,article,sexual RV=185.7
2.Next wave of Haiti reconstruction projects approved UNDP
  キーワード:UNICEF,agricultural,April RV=181.2
3.HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS GO GREEN UNEP
  キーワード:settlement,cluster RV=139.8
4.Interim Haiti Recovery Commission Approves United States Proposal to Repair Priority Energy Substations USAID
  キーワード:investment,agricultural RV=111.4
5.Pakistan flood relief efforts continue on World Humanitarian Day UNDP
  キーワード:cluster,grant RV=110.5

 ▼2010/08/20 00:00〜2010/08/21 00:00▼

1.IDB backs major education reform in Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:debt,DB,teacher,grant,budget,student RV=365.5
2.Fourth Round of Community Grants Awarded to Small Haitian Nonprofits Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,disability,grant,mother RV=237.4
3.Diverse Group of Public and Private Actors Sign a Memorandum of Understanding to Advance Development of Industrial Park in Haiti I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,investment RV=140.2

 ▼2010/08/21 00:00〜2010/08/22 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/08/22 00:00〜2010/08/23 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UN stresses need for respect and calm as final candidate list is unveiled UN News
  キーワード:election,commission,rule,electoral,respect,promote,transparent,candidate,November,publish RV=199.4

 ▼2010/08/23 00:00〜2010/08/24 00:00▼

1.GIEWS Country Brief: Haiti 17-August-2010 FAO
  キーワード:rain,June,rainy,season,July,seed RV=292.8
2.CERF QUARTERLY UPDATE 2nd Quarter 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:UNICEF,June,July RV=168.0
3.Haiti Earthquake Response Facts and Figures 19 August 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,season,decision RV=153.6
4.Haiti: tents tarpaulins and texts IFRC
  キーワード:rain,student RV=122.7

 ▼2010/08/24 00:00〜2010/08/25 00:00▼

1.OPERATION USA UNVEILS HAITI SCHOOL DESIGN DONATED BY GENSLER OpUSA
  キーワード:technology,cluster,Council,student,Education,business,climate,practice,initiative,construction RV=408.0

 ▼2010/08/25 00:00〜2010/08/26 00:00▼

1.Environmental Factors Inform Plans to Resettle Displaced Haitians US DOS
  キーワード:settlement,transitional,season,July,rural,job,pour,environmental RV=347.0
2.Hurricane season: Red Cross begins massive SMS campaign in Port-au-Prince IFRC
  キーワード:rainy,season,campaign RV=116.5

 ▼2010/08/26 00:00〜2010/08/27 00:00▼

1.UNICEF Haiti Monthly Situation Report: 25 August 2010 UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,election,Council,decision,season,July RV=325.3
2.Education and Conflict in Haiti USIP
  キーワード:investment,teacher,policy,student RV=193.4

 ▼2010/08/27 00:00〜2010/08/28 00:00▼

1.INDONESIA/HAITI: Lessons for earthquake recovery IRIN
  キーワード:les,technology,article,corruption,strategy,economy,pour,Bank,Commission,progress RV=425.0

 ▼2010/08/28 00:00〜2010/08/29 00:00▼

1.HAITI: SMS-ing preparedness IRIN
  キーワード:question,rain,les,article,student,season,campaign,vaccination,March,pour RV=508.4

 ▼2010/08/29 00:00〜2010/08/30 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/08/30 00:00〜2010/08/31 00:00▼

1.(MAP) Haiti: T-Shelter Assessment conducted Petit Goave / Grand Goave - 16 Aug 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter,Assistance RV=117.6
2.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter Planning - Grand Goave 24 Aug 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter,Assistance RV=117.6
3.(MAP) Haiti: Tabarre T-Shelter Coordination and Implementation - 20 Jul 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter,Jul RV=116.8
4.(MAP) Haiti: Delmas T-Shelter Coordination and Implementation - 09 Aug 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=109.7
5.(MAP) Haiti: Transitional Shelter Planning - Petit Goave 24 August 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=109.7

 ▼2010/08/31 00:00〜2010/09/01 00:00▼

1.EU CSDP newsletter ISSUE 10 SUMMER 2010 EU
  キーワード:debt,budget,policy,committee,decision,July RV=309.8
2.HAITI- IOM Launches Major Hurricane Season Awareness Campaign by Radio and SMS IOM
  キーワード:technology,investment,rainy RV=170.4
3.Haiti Earthquake: Breaking New Ground in the Humanitarian Information Landscape US DOS
  キーワード:technology,decision RV=105.6
4.JRS DISPATCHES No. 285 31 August 2010 JRS
  キーワード:teacher RV=50.8

 ▼2010/09/01 00:00〜2010/09/02 00:00▼

1.HAITI Food Security Outlook July through December 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:rain,election,June,season,import,job,business,August RV=372.0
2.Global Update - Food Security Monitoring January - June 2010 Issue no. 3 WFP
  キーワード:June,strategy,Sudan RV=115.2

 ▼2010/09/02 00:00〜2010/09/03 00:00▼

1.Physicians and Medical Students Provide Care for Haitians with Medical Teams International MTI
  キーワード:Wash,student,Medical,Group,Church,Grand,School,Orthodox,fight,primary RV=199.5

 ▼2010/09/03 00:00〜2010/09/04 00:00▼

1.Haiti: ADRA Shelters A Place to Feel Safe ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,teacher,mother,job RV=372.1
2.Haiti Earthquake Response Facts and Figures 01 September 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,decision,season,Goh RV=186.5
3.WHO: Weekly epidemiological record No. 36 2010 85 349–356 WHO
  キーワード:article,lesson RV=90.6

 ▼2010/09/04 00:00〜2010/09/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #70 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:transitional,season,Goh,August,Bank,construction,funding,removal,housing,internally RV=324.8

 ▼2010/09/06 00:00〜2010/09/07 00:00▼

1.GLOBAL: UK provides a model for private funding of emergencies IRIN
  キーワード:UNICEF,les,DEC,article,Vision,seed,campaign,pour RV=434.5
2.(MAP) Earthquake-Affected Areas and Population Movement in Haiti and USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 03 Sep 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Education,Shelter RV=71.4

 ▼2010/09/07 00:00〜2010/09/08 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cash - a priority for earthquake survivors IFRC
  キーワード:debt,grant,business,market,household,British,income,sell,pay,planned RV=318.1

 ▼2010/09/08 00:00〜2010/09/09 00:00▼

1.Fish from Mississippi To Help In Haiti Quake Relief OBI
  キーワード:Obi,malaria,Project,hunger,initiative RV=191.0
2.First aid for all: training and education essential to saving lives IFRC
  キーワード:policy,Petit,cent,progress,preparedness RV=164.8

 ▼2010/09/09 00:00〜2010/09/10 00:00▼

1.Monthly Tdh highlights in Haiti Emergency assistance for children and their communities in Haiti Tdh
  キーワード:transitional,Wash,mother,latrine,Petit,August,pregnant RV=293.4
2.NTS Alert September 2010 (Issue 1) DISASTER RISK REDUCTION (DRR): REDUCING HUMAN VULNERABILITIES TO NATURAL DISASTERS NTUniv.
  キーワード:reduction,August RV=68.7
3.Caribbean Appeal No. MAA49001 Mid-Year Report IFRC
  キーワード:June RV=50.0
4.Monthly Tdh highlights in Haiti Emergency assistance for children and their communities in Haiti - August 2010 Tdh
  キーワード:Swiss RV=44.5

 ▼2010/09/10 00:00〜2010/09/11 00:00▼

1.Burning Issues for Haiti's Recovery BI
  キーワード:settlement,Council,Rights,August,uman,strategy,tarp,conference,housing,governance RV=371.0

 ▼2010/09/11 00:00〜2010/09/12 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/09/12 00:00〜2010/09/13 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/09/13 00:00〜2010/09/14 00:00▼

1.United Nations Mission in Haiti Should Be Maintained at Current Strength at Least until after November Elections New Government's Formation Security Council Told UN SC
  キーワード:election,Council,cluster,sexual,April,UNDP RV=370.5
2.Hurricane Igor gets stronger storm Julia follows AFP
  キーワード:rain RV=82.9
3.Haiti hotel planned biggest of its kind since quake Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:investment RV=59.6
4.Complan based supplementary feeding for 252 children in Haiti WER
  キーワード:mother RV=40.8
5.(MAP) Earthquake-Affected Areas and Population Movement in Haiti and USG Humanitarian Assistance to Haiti for the Earthquake (as of 12 Sep 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Education RV=37.8

 ▼2010/09/14 00:00〜2010/09/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UN launches new campaign against rape and gender-based violence UN News
  キーワード:election,transitional,Council,sexual,rape RV=341.9
2.Press Conference by Outgoing General Assembly President UN DPI
  キーワード:question,settlement,Council,budget RV=268.4
3.HAITI- American Red Cross and IOM Support Communities Hosting Displaced Haitians IOM
  キーワード:agricultural RV=50.8
4.Just 2 percent of quake debris in Haiti cleared HSG
  キーワード:grant RV=45.9

 ▼2010/09/15 00:00〜2010/09/16 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Quake sheds light on needs of pre-quake disabled IRIN
  キーワード:UNICEF,les,article,disability RV=269.8
2.Americas Conference: Cox Hailed Regional Progress; Urgest Swift Action on Hait World Bank
  キーワード:debt,investment,June,grant RV=257.9
3.Closing Sixty-Fourth Session General Assembly President Urges Concrete Actions to Ensure Body’s Objectives Are Met Decisions Respected Authority Reinforced UN GA
  キーワード:Council RV=65.9
4.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue # 10 14 September 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster RV=62.3

 ▼2010/09/16 00:00〜2010/09/17 00:00▼

1.INTERVIEW-Haiti recovery like rebuilding from war"-World Bank" Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,question,investment,decision,job,economy,business,Bank RV=406.5
2.Pakistan Kyrgyzstan Burkina Faso Sri Lanka: Newsletter ACTED #65 Septembre 2010 ACTED
  キーワード:rain,August,business RV=147.9

 ▼2010/09/17 00:00〜2010/09/18 00:00▼

1.SOUTH KOREA: New Funding to Support IOM Earthquake Response in Haiti IOM
  キーワード:debt,settlement,transitional,June,relocation,season RV=366.4
2.Helping the Hosts in Haiti Am. RC
  キーワード:Corps,grant,Rights,blood RV=184.1

 ▼2010/09/18 00:00〜2010/09/19 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #72 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 USAID
  キーワード:Cluster,transitional,cluster,Goh,season,Shelter,flooding,construction,DPC,removal RV=415.0

 ▼2010/09/19 00:00〜2010/09/20 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/09/20 00:00〜2010/09/21 00:00▼

1.Haiti: A shelter to recover ACTED
  キーワード:rain,settlement,transitional,decision,July,Shelter RV=334.7
2.Hurricane season remains an imminent threat for Haiti and its vulnerable populations IASC
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,transitional,Shelter,season,cent RV=329.1
3.(MAP) Haiti: Zone Map - Leogane Urban Area - 1 Sep 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=110.1
4.(MAP) Haiti: Zone Map - Grand Goave Urban Area - 31 Aug 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=110.1
5.(MAP) Haiti: Zone Map - Petit Goave Urban Area - 06 Sept 2010 Haiti Shelter Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,Shelter RV=110.1

 ▼2010/09/21 00:00〜2010/09/22 00:00▼

1.IFC the Government of Haiti and the US State Department Announce Partnership to Support Industrial Park in Haiti To Create 10000 New Jobs Intl. FC
  キーワード:debt,DB,transitional,investment,IFC,budget RV=408.9
2.The Humanitarian and the Military: different mandates and potential synergies Brussels Defence ECHO
  キーワード:question,policy RV=127.6
3.Clinton philanthropy meeting eyes Haiti Pakistan Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:investment,agricultural RV=113.0
4.Special Declaration on Haiti issued by the Third Cuba-CARICOM Ministerial Meeting 17 September 2010 Havana Cuba CARICOM
  キーワード:agricultural,grant RV=97.3
5.Unrealistic to expect immediate quake recovery in Haiti: US AFP
  キーワード:investment RV=61.8

 ▼2010/09/22 00:00〜2010/09/23 00:00▼

1.FAO/WFP CROP AND FOOD SECURITY ASSESSMENT MISSION TO HAITI - 21 September 2010 FAO
  キーワード:agricultural,June,rainy,import,seed,reduction,production,season,harvest,trade RV=373.2

 ▼2010/09/23 00:00〜2010/09/24 00:00▼

1.Confident that Despite Uneven Progress Setbacks Millennium Development Goals Can Still Be Achieved by 2015 Leaders Adopt ‘Action Agenda’ on Way Forward UN GA
  キーワード:Council,investment,policy,climate,reduction,progress,job,growth RV=345.4
2.Bill and Melinda Gates Fund Assessment of Haitian Aid Tulane University
  キーワード:grant,decision RV=84.6

 ▼2010/09/24 00:00〜2010/09/25 00:00▼

1.The United States in UN Peacekeeping: Strengthening UN Peacekeeping and Conflict Prevention Efforts US DOS
  キーワード:election,Council,sexual,rape RV=280.1
2.Hygiene Kits Provide Comfort for Thousands of Displaced Families in Haiti: $1.1 million in product donated to supply the kits with needed items Direct Relief
  キーワード:Direct,rain RV=178.6
3.Working for change in Haiti Govt. Israel
  キーワード:technology,agricultural,teacher RV=170.5
4.Opening General Debate Secretary-General Says ‘Great Goals Are Within Reach’ Urges Members States to Stand United ‘Against Forces that Would Divide Us’ UN GA
  キーワード:election,Council RV=165.0
5.CHF Opens New Steel Shelter Production Facility to Bring Transitional Housing to Petit-Goave Haiti CHF
  キーワード:transitional RV=69.1

 ▼2010/09/25 00:00〜2010/09/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti Storm Flash Report #1 24 September 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:rain,UNICEF,cluster,Wash RV=264.0
2.With United Nations Credibility Leadership Role in Jeopardy World Leaders Warn Only ‘Radical Overhaul’ Can Bring Organization Fully into Twenty-First Century UN GA
  キーワード:Council,policy,decision,climate,progress,African RV=255.6

 ▼2010/09/26 00:00〜2010/09/27 00:00▼

1.World Leaders Appeal for International Solidarity Applied through Legitimacy of United Nations as General Assembly Continues Annual High-Level Debate UN GA
  キーワード:debt,election,Council,climate RV=308.0
2.Haiti: Heavy rain and wind Information bulletin nツー 1 IFRC
  キーワード:rain,Cluster,Shelter RV=190.7
3.IT Crisis Experts Come Together To Improve Disaster Response World Bank
  キーワード:technology,Camp RV=107.6
4.Haiti: Storm Situation Report #1 25 September 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,Shelter RV=96.7

 ▼2010/09/27 00:00〜2010/09/28 00:00▼

1.Haiti: After the Storm Shelter for the Homeless IOM
  キーワード:rain,transitional,Camp,July,Shelter,season,DPC,actor,radio,construction RV=406.5

 ▼2010/09/28 00:00〜2010/09/29 00:00▼

1.Senior Government Officials from Nations on the Front Lines of Climate Change Urge Comprehensive Action to Help with Mitigation Adaptation Measures UN GA
  キーワード:agricultural,climate,Plan RV=135.3
2.Haiti: Storm Situation Report #4 27 September 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,Wash RV=109.2
3.The Displaced of Haiti: Long-Term Challenges and Needed Solutions USCCB
  キーワード:policy RV=44.4

 ▼2010/09/29 00:00〜2010/09/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti quake homeless at risk shelter crisis drags Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,transitional,investment RV=231.9
2.Ministers Urge Serious Steps to End Long-Standing Conflicts Support for Peace Processes as General Assembly’s Annual Debate Continues UN GA
  キーワード:question,settlement,Council RV=220.7
3.Immediate action provides relief after powerful storm sweeps through Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:rain,UNICEF RV=156.8
4.CHF-constructed Shelters Still Standing After Powerful Storm CHF
  キーワード:rain,transitional RV=151.7
5.Tropical Storm Exposes Haiti’s Vulnerable Tent Cities IMC
  キーワード:rain,Corps RV=147.3

 ▼2010/09/30 00:00〜2010/10/01 00:00▼

1.Press Conference on High-Level Events during First Week of General Assembly's Sixty-Fifth Session UN DPI
  キーワード:election,technology,investment,climate,policy RV=325.9
2.INTERVIEW-Haiti must use election to lever out of aid trap-UN Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,investment,corruption RV=213.5
3.INCREASED DISASTER PLANNING KEY IN HAITI FOLLOWING STORM OCHA
  キーワード:cluster,Wash RV=110.3
4.Haiti Earthquake Response Facts and Figures 29 September 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster RV=73.9
5.Storm rips through tent villages in Haiti Plan
  キーワード:committee RV=39.5

 ▼2010/10/01 00:00〜2010/10/02 00:00▼

1.INTERVIEW-Post-quake Haiti needs 'more better' funding -PM Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:debt,question,investment,budget RV=295.4
2.HAITI Food Security Outlook Update August 2010 FEWS NET
  キーワード:rain,storm,import,August,farmer RV=227.4
3.Haiti Appeal: Crisis and post-crisis response to Earthquake – HTI101 Revision 1 ACT Alliance
  キーワード:settlement RV=68.6

 ▼2010/10/02 00:00〜2010/10/03 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #1 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:rain,transitional,storm,Goh,DPC RV=259.9
2.Q+A: Crisis mappers look at Haiti lessons and beyond AlertNet
  キーワード:technology,student,decision,Chile,Diaspora RV=217.6

 ▼2010/10/03 00:00〜2010/10/04 00:00▼

1.50000 Children Fed Daily COH
  キーワード:technology,student,growth,feeding,ope,expand,Kenya,Philippine,push,meal RV=259.0

 ▼2010/10/04 00:00〜2010/10/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti looks to credit boost for post-quake rebound Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:debt,election,DB RV=287.4
2.The Coming Conflicts of Climate Change CFR
  キーワード:question,Council RV=151.2
3.Situation Update: Nine Months after the Earthquake in Haiti PAHO
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster RV=147.4
4.Haitian Children get a Fresh Start at School SC
  キーワード:des RV=146.0
5.Haiti taps Prince Charles charity for city makover Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:debt RV=103.9

 ▼2010/10/05 00:00〜2010/10/06 00:00▼

1.International Medical Corps Co-sponsors Disaster Response Medical Training IMC
  キーワード:Direct,Corps,student RV=205.2
2.Haiti food aid hurting local farmers - report Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:agricultural,policy,grant,growth RV=178.1
3.Canada to support elections in Haiti CIDA
  キーワード:election,Council RV=171.3
4.Health Leaders Urge Action to Make Hospitals Safe in Disasters PAHO
  キーワード:Council,investment RV=133.1

 ▼2010/10/06 00:00〜2010/10/07 00:00▼

1.IDB makes $20 million grant to Haiti for partial credit guarantee program I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,investment,grant,loan,job,agriculture RV=296.6
2.Haiti earthquake operation - Summary of the plan of action IFRC
  キーワード:transitional,budget,Swiss RV=158.3
3.Haiti Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 Program Summary USAID
  キーワード:transitional,Goh RV=105.2

 ▼2010/10/07 00:00〜2010/10/08 00:00▼

1.Crime Politics and Violence in Post- Earthquake Haiti USIP
  キーワード:election,investment,policy,July RV=253.1
2.UN projects for Haiti on gender-based violence and education win approval UN News
  キーワード:UNICEF,April,Clinton,campaign RV=190.2
3.Bill Clinton visits tent city in Haiti offers support AFP
  キーワード:rain,Clinton RV=118.0
4.U.S. Deputy Ambassador visits CHF post-quake projects in Petit-Goave Haiti CHF
  キーワード:July,progress RV=72.0

 ▼2010/10/08 00:00〜2010/10/09 00:00▼

1.Interim Haiti Recovery Commission Approves 18 New Projects at Third Board Meeting UN Office of the Special Envoy for Haiti
  キーワード:DB,UNICEF,investment,April,grant RV=310.9
2.HAITI: Over 160 Additional Transitional Shelter Units For Displaced Handed Over by IOM IOM
  キーワード:rain,transitional,settlement,April RV=261.9
3.Stabilising' fragile states: implications for humanitarian action ODI
  キーワード:article,policy RV=103.2

 ▼2010/10/09 00:00〜2010/10/10 00:00▼

1.CIDA Launches a Call for Proposals for Projects in Haiti CIDA
  キーワード:question,investment,Plan,August,Commission RV=259.2
2.Clinton urged to push for free and fair Haiti elections AFP
  キーワード:election,Council,decision,Clinton RV=248.8
3.INTERNATIONAL ACTION JOINS RUBBLE CLEARANCE EFFORTS TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH Intl. Action
  キーワード:investment,budget RV=113.0

 ▼2010/10/11 00:00〜2010/10/12 00:00▼

1.UN Urges Increased Protection for Haitian Refugees VOA
  キーワード:question,sexual,refugee,girl,domestic,gang RV=255.0
2.(MAP) EARTHQUAKE-AFFECTED AREAS AND POPULATION MOVEMENT IN HAITI (as of 22 Feb 2010) and FY 2010 USG HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO HAITI FOR THE EARTHQUAKE (as of 08 Oct 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Education,Shelter,Protection,fiscal RV=110.9

 ▼2010/10/12 00:00〜2010/10/13 00:00▼

1.NGO Statement on General Debate 61st Session of the UNHCR Executive Committee 4-8 October 2010 ICVA
  キーワード:cluster,grant,committee,Sudan RV=188.8
2.UK conference marks International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction Govt. UK
  キーワード:Council,climate,policy RV=163.8
3.HAITI: SENEGAL TAKES STUDENTS PORT-AU-PRINCE ATTENDS PROMISED FUNDS MISNA
  キーワード:election,student RV=150.3
4.ActionAid joins international community in marking International Day for Disaster Reduction ActionAid
  キーワード:investment RV=68.2

 ▼2010/10/13 00:00〜2010/10/14 00:00▼

1.INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR DISASTER REDUCTION OCTOBER 13 2010 CDEMA
  キーワード:investment,settlement,climate,agricultural,reduction,relocation RV=326.0
2.International Day for Disaster Reduction 2010 IFRC
  キーワード:investment,climate,policy,reduction,Sudan RV=254.1
3.How ecosystems protect communities against natural hazards UNEP
  キーワード:UNICEF,policy,reduction RV=165.6
4.Crisis Management Landscape Evolving Fourth Committee Hears as It Probes Diverse Benefits of Outer Space Research on Natural Disaster Mitigation Development UN GA
  キーワード:technology,climate RV=131.5
5.Protecting hospitals and health centres before disasters saves lives WHO
  キーワード:investment,reduction RV=112.0

 ▼2010/10/14 00:00〜2010/10/15 00:00▼

1.Building hope for adolescent girls in post-earthquake Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:AmeriCares,UNICEF,Council,sexual,rape,girl RV=418.0
2.Government of Canada helps Caribbean Countries Reduce Impact of Natural Disasters CIDA
  キーワード:investment,reduction,practice,preparedness RV=175.1

 ▼2010/10/15 00:00〜2010/10/16 00:00▼

1.Security Council Renewing Haiti Mission Mandate in Resolution 1944 (2010) Looks to Review of Situation after Pending Elections New Government UN SC
  キーワード:election,Council,sexual,rape,policy,reduction RV=398.9
2.Global Earthquake Alerts to Include Economic Loss and Casualty Information USGS
  キーワード:question,settlement RV=148.7
3.Hot meals draw pupils back to Haiti's quake hit schools AFP
  キーワード:agricultural,teacher RV=104.6
4.UN hunger report urges aid revamp for countries in protracted crises AlertNet
  キーワード:agricultural RV=53.3

 ▼2010/10/16 00:00〜2010/10/17 00:00▼

1.World Food Day: Hunger and Malnutrition Top Health Risks ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,UNICEF,agricultural,April,FAO RV=466.6
2.Third Committee Speakers Describe Wide Range of Ways — from Reintegration of Child Soldiers to Rural Schools-on-Wheels — Countries Promote Child Rights UN GA
  キーワード:UNICEF,investment,disability,girl,speaker RV=279.3
3.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #3 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:transitional RV=69.2

 ▼2010/10/18 00:00〜2010/10/19 00:00▼

1.Power to the committee? A tool for agencies working with camp committees in Haiti HAP
  キーワード:cluster,article,committee,corruption,Camp,decision RV=293.7
2.Collaboration and innovation – developing a joint complaint and response mechanism in Haiti HAP
  キーワード:sexual,committee,corruption,Vision,July RV=237.0
3.JRS DISPATCHES No. 288 18 October 2010 JRS
  キーワード:refugee RV=35.9

 ▼2010/10/19 00:00〜2010/10/20 00:00▼

1.CHF Continues Reforestation and Erosion Control Efforts in the Rural Mountains of Haiti CHF
  キーワード:rainy,rural,economy,October,flooding,soil,season RV=209.3
2.Dominican Republic: New Chances for Change Ref. Intl.
  キーワード:policy,legal,agreement RV=91.6

 ▼2010/10/20 00:00〜2010/10/21 00:00▼

1.Field Exchange No. 39 (September 2010) ENN
  キーワード:UNICEF,Cluster,investment,cluster,article RV=339.5
2.Addressing violence against women through prevention mitigation and response IFRC
  キーワード:election,sexual,climate,policy,girl RV=322.1

 ▼2010/10/21 00:00〜2010/10/22 00:00▼

1.FUNDING: Unravelling the conundrum of US aid to Haiti IRIN
  キーワード:les,article,committee,policy,budget,campaign,August,July,Clinton RV=422.5
2.OBI RESPONDING TO POTENTIAL CHOLERA OUTBREAK IN HAITI OBI
  キーワード:Obi RV=93.3

 ▼2010/10/22 00:00〜2010/10/23 00:00▼

1.Press briefing by PAHO Deputy Director Jon Andrus on the cholera outbreak in Haiti PAHO
  キーワード:question,UNICEF,cluster,settlement RV=284.9
2.Haiti Earthquake Response Update - Facts and Figures 21 October 2010 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:Cluster,decision,Goh,DPC RV=181.4
3.Haiti: Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Catherine Bragg - Remarks to the press at the noon briefing Friday 22 October 2010 New York OCHA
  キーワード:question,rain RV=161.7
4.PAHO Responds to Cholera Outbreak in Haiti PAHO
  キーワード:Cluster RV=71.5
5.USAID Provides Training to Masons in Haiti USAID
  キーワード:student RV=43.5

 ▼2010/10/23 00:00〜2010/10/24 00:00▼

1.Why learning lessons in Haiti shouldn't take this long... AlertNet
  キーワード:question,cluster,article RV=208.2
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #4 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:Cluster,transitional,Wash RV=188.2
3.Press Conference by Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator on Humanitarian Efforts in Haiti UN DPI
  キーワード:question,rape RV=143.4
4.INTERNATIONAL ACTION INTERVENES IN HAITI’S CHOLERA OUTBREAK Intl. Action
  キーワード:technology RV=75.8
5.International Medical Corps Deploys Medical Team and Supplies in Response to Cholera Outbreak in Central Haiti; Fears Outbreak Could Spread to Camps IMC
  キーワード:Corps RV=72.4

 ▼2010/10/24 00:00〜2010/10/25 00:00▼

1.Haiti cholera toll tops 200 five cases in capital Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,cholera,radio,job,outbreak,prison,prevention,conference,Poor,legislative RV=336.5

 ▼2010/10/25 00:00〜2010/10/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti: ACT Sitrep No. 18/2010 ACT Alliance
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,committee,Wash,Camp RV=274.0
2.SPECIAL REPORT-Is aid doing Haiti more harm than good? Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:question,investment,cholera RV=218.8
3.OAS and Haiti Government Announce $1.5 Million Contribution from Private Sector to Cadastre Project OAS
  キーワード:investment,OAS,June RV=161.5
4.IRC cholera prevention campaign in full gear in Haitian capital IRC
  キーワード:cholera,settlement RV=130.4
5.Prevention essential in stopping cholera in Haiti Caritas
  キーワード:cholera RV=67.0

 ▼2010/10/26 00:00〜2010/10/27 00:00▼

1.Press briefing on the cholera outbreak in Haiti by Dr. Jon Andrus 25 October 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:cholera,question,Cluster RV=254.3
2.Progress in Haiti UMCOR
  キーワード:cholera,question,transitional RV=251.4
3.Haiti: Cholera outbreak; Information Bulletin nツー 2 IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,Cluster,cluster RV=235.2
4.Haiti cholera outbreak 'stabilizing' – but could affect election csmonitor
  キーワード:election,cholera RV=211.1
5.Confronting gender-based violence and changing perceptions in Haiti after the quake UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,sexual,rape RV=207.6

 ▼2010/10/27 00:00〜2010/10/28 00:00▼

1.HAITI: THE STAKES OF THE POST-QUAKE ELECTIONS; Latin America/Caribbean Report Nツー35 ICG
  キーワード:cholera,election,Council RV=300.5
2.Haiti seen mired in crisis throughout 2011 - ex-UN aid chief AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,question,sexual RV=274.2
3.MERCY CORPS WORKS TO CONTAIN SPREAD OF CHOLERA IN HAITI Mercy Corps
  キーワード:cholera,Corps RV=200.5
4.Haiti: WB Grants US$30 Million for Housing Reconstruction World Bank
  キーワード:debt,transitional RV=170.4
5.EXPERT VIEWS: How should the aid world do big disasters better? AlertNet
  キーワード:question,cluster RV=150.3

 ▼2010/10/28 00:00〜2010/10/29 00:00▼

1.Together we can make a difference: Europe's Partnerships in Service to Humanity Annual Conference of European Commission's humanitarian partners ECHO
  キーワード:debt,Corps,UNICEF,Council,climate,agricultural RV=433.4
2.Haiti’s Elections and Reconstruction Efforts under Review as OAS Assistant Secretary General Convenes High-Level Meeting OAS
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,Council RV=402.3
3.Haiti: Path to Haiti polls clouded as cholera spreads Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,investment,Council RV=385.0
4.World Concern Prepares Field Staff to Help Prevent Spread of Cholera in Haiti World Concern
  キーワード:cholera,question RV=217.5
5.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #6 28 October 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,UNICEF RV=208.5

 ▼2010/10/29 00:00〜2010/10/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #7 28 October 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,outbreak,Wash,October RV=377.6
2.Aid groups ramp up efforts to contain Haiti cholera outbreak InterAction
  キーワード:cholera,Corps,article,outbreak RV=355.6
3.Red Cross Works to Prevent Spread of Cholera in Haiti Am. RC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,October,Rights RV=304.2
4.Red Cross Ships Cots to Haiti in Response to Cholera Outbreak Am. RC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,October,Rights RV=304.2
5.Cholera threatens thousands of new mums and babies in Haiti camps SC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,breastfeed,campaign RV=294.3

 ▼2010/10/30 00:00〜2010/10/31 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #8 29 October 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,UNICEF,cluster,October,Wash RV=410.9
2.HAITI: CONCERN RESPONDS TO CHOLERA OUTBREAK Concern Worldwide
  キーワード:cholera,rain,outbreak,October,campaign RV=394.2
3.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #5 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,transitional,outbreak,October RV=344.7
4.World Vision prepares for potential severe weather admidst ongoing cholera quake response work World Vision
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,October,Vision RV=320.7

 ▼2010/10/31 00:00〜2010/11/01 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/11/01 00:00〜2010/11/02 00:00▼

1.Rushing Aid to Cholera Victims in Haiti AmeriCares
  キーワード:cholera,AmeriCares,outbreak,blood,rural RV=423.6
2.Tropical Storm Tomas downgraded but heads for Haiti Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,rain,October,storm RV=341.4
3.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas Preparations • Cholera Situation Report #10 31 October 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,outbreak,DPC RV=333.1

 ▼2010/11/02 00:00〜2010/11/03 00:00▼

1.HAITI- Contingency Planning On-Going as Hurricane Tomas Approaches IOM
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Camp,storm,relocation RV=387.5
2.Red Cross prepares as Hurricane Tomas approaches Haiti IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,rain,outbreak,storm RV=364.5
3.As Hurricane Tomas heads towards Haiti PADF seeks public support PADF
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,storm RV=287.6
4.Laboratory Test Results of Cholera Outbreak Strain in Haiti Announced CDC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=245.2
5.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas • Cholera Situation Report #11 1 November 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,DPC RV=222.3

 ▼2010/11/03 00:00〜2010/11/04 00:00▼

1.British Red Cross on high alert as Haiti braces itself for Hurricane Tomas BRC
  キーワード:cholera,rain,outbreak,storm,epidemic,Tomas,wind RV=478.2
2.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas • Cholera Situation Report #12 2 November 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,Camp,preparedness,Tomas RV=374.6

 ▼2010/11/04 00:00〜2010/11/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti evacuation effort stalls as storm closes in Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,rain,storm,committee,Tomas RV=563.1
2.HAITI: Unarmed in the fight against cholera IRIN
  キーワード:cholera,UNICEF,les,outbreak,article,Tomas RV=541.4
3.Tomas regains tropical storm strength heads for Haiti AFP
  キーワード:cholera,rain,storm,Tomas RV=395.3
4.HAITI: EMERGENCY SUPPLIES URGENTLY NEEDED AS HAITI PREPARES FOR TROPICAL STORM TOMAS OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,storm,Tomas RV=384.3
5.Haiti: Cholera: A ticking bomb NCA
  キーワード:cholera RV=219.6

 ▼2010/11/05 00:00〜2010/11/06 00:00▼

1.Tomas regains hurricane force soaks Haiti camps Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,rain,Tomas,storm RV=579.6
2.CARE helps Haitians prepare for tropical storm Tomas CARE
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Tomas,outbreak,storm RV=528.6
3.HAITI- Relocations Continue as Tropical Storm Powers Ashore; IOM Appeals for Cholera Response IOM
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Tomas,outbreak,storm RV=528.6
4.OPERATION USA MOBILIZES TO SEND EMERGENCY AID AS TROPICAL STORM TOMAS APPROACHES HAITI OpUSA
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Tomas,outbreak,storm RV=528.6
5.Tomas threatens half a million in Haiti ACT Alliance
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Tomas,storm,Cluster RV=526.5

 ▼2010/11/06 00:00〜2010/11/07 00:00▼

1.U.S. Assistance to Haiti Related to Hurricane Tomas and Cholera Outbreak US DOS
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,Tomas,storm,outbreak,reduction RV=729.1
2.Hurricane Tomas Increases Risk of Cholera CRWRC
  キーワード:cholera,rain,Tomas,storm,outbreak,Wash,committee RV=653.8
3.Prepared for Hurricane Tomas in Haiti COH
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,outbreak RV=472.4
4.A Simple Solution To Help Combat Cholera In Haiti HOPE
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=323.0

 ▼2010/11/07 00:00〜2010/11/08 00:00▼

1.Haiti dodges storm disaster cholera toll rises Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,rain,storm,outbreak,epidemic RV=747.5
2.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas Update COE-DMHA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,rain,storm,epidemic,June,radio RV=634.5
3.Storm-battered Haiti cleans up Tomas wreckage AFP
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,rain,storm,epidemic,refugee RV=589.6

 ▼2010/11/08 00:00〜2010/11/09 00:00▼

1.Storm cholera tolls rise but Haiti vote still on Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,question,storm,rain,outbreak RV=821.9
2.Haiti/Jacmel: After the Storm Medair
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,rain,outbreak,Cluster,transitional RV=741.0
3.Hurricane Tomas Brings More Suffering to Haiti AmeriCares
  キーワード:cholera,AmeriCares,Tomas,storm,rain,outbreak RV=732.5
4.IRC assesses storm damage in Port-au-Prince camps IRC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,rain,outbreak RV=608.3
5.As Hurricane Tomas Hits Haiti Local Media Serve as Critical Information Lifeline Internews
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,outbreak RV=526.1

 ▼2010/11/09 00:00〜2010/11/10 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas Update - Monday November 8 2010 COE-DMHA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,rain,Cluster,epidemic RV=698.9
2.In Haiti Fearing the Water IMC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,Corps,storm,outbreak RV=671.0
3.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas and cholera outbreak CARE
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,rain,outbreak RV=660.1
4.Help for Tomas Survivors Govt. Cayman Islands
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,outbreak RV=576.0
5.Haiti cholera outbreak: prevention information saves lives IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak RV=490.0

 ▼2010/11/10 00:00〜2010/11/11 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Hurricane Tomas Update - Monday November 9 2010 COE-DMHA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,rain,outbreak,UNICEF,Cluster,epidemic,June,flooding RV=949.8

 ▼2010/11/11 00:00〜2010/11/12 00:00▼

1.Confirmed cholera cases in Port-au-Prince further endanger the lives of children says Save the Children SC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,flooding,prevention,oral,spread,environment,diarrhea,illness RV=731.6

 ▼2010/11/12 00:00〜2010/11/13 00:00▼

1.Cholera rips through Haiti Tearfund
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,storm,epidemic,flooding RV=642.8
2.Haiti: Tropical Storm Tomas Information bulletin no. 1 IFRC
  キーワード:Tomas,storm,rain RV=322.5
3.Haiti: ACT Sitrep No. 19 /2010 ACT Alliance
  キーワード:Tomas,agricultural,DPC RV=242.1
4.Disasters: Preparedness and Mitigation in the Americas Issue No.114 Oct 2010 PAHO
  キーワード:outbreak,October RV=129.9

 ▼2010/11/13 00:00〜2010/11/14 00:00▼

1.When Disaster Strikes: Women's Particular Vulnerabilities and Amazing Strengths Brookings-Bern
  キーワード:storm,Council,climate,June,Rights,Pakistan,research,hazard,Project,uman RV=448.1

 ▼2010/11/14 00:00〜2010/11/15 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/11/14 00:00〜2010/11/16 00:00▼

1.AmeriCares Team Quickly Responds to Alarming Spread of Cholera in Haiti AmeriCares
  キーワード:cholera,AmeriCares,outbreak,November,preparedness,rural RV=632.6
2.Haiti: handicapped children learn to enjoy life again ICRC
  キーワード:storm,girl,mother RV=163.4
3.Haiti: thousands of disabled Haitians to benefit from rebuilt clinic ICRC
  キーワード:technology RV=73.6
4.Haiti-Strengthening Agriculture Public Services II World Bank
  キーワード:rural RV=30.6

 ▼2010/11/16 00:00〜2010/11/17 00:00▼

1.PAHO Briefs NGO Partners on Cholera Outbreak in Haiti PAHO
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,Corps,outbreak,UNICEF RV=732.8
2.CHF Haiti Ramps Up Cholera Response CHF
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,transitional RV=543.7
3.Spoilers" trying to sabotage Haiti elections - UN" Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak RV=532.7
4.Pakistan floods: measuring the misery of survivors BRC
  キーワード:cholera,question,outbreak RV=497.1
5.Bishops Praise Generosity of U.S. Catholics Detail Breadth of Church’s Response to Tragedy in Haiti USCCB
  キーワード:debt,CRS,transitional RV=248.8

 ▼2010/11/17 00:00〜2010/11/18 00:00▼

1.HAITI: Combating TB in Port-au-Prince's tent cities PlusNews
  キーワード:Tomas,question,les,article,October,November RV=465.2
2.Haiti • Cholera Situation Report #18 - 16 November 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,Wash RV=382.3
3.Red Cross Helps Support Haitians Disabled in January Quake Am. RC
  キーワード:blood,Rights,November RV=125.4

 ▼2010/11/18 00:00〜2010/11/19 00:00▼

1.Cholera Inter-Sector Response Strategy for Haiti Nov. 2010 - Dec. 2011 InterAction
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,cluster,settlement,Wash,October RV=642.5
2.Unrest in Haiti as cholera crisis continues BRC
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic RV=392.6

 ▼2010/11/19 00:00〜2010/11/20 00:00▼

1.The Joint Mission OAS/CARICOM in Haiti provides an update after more than three months of activity OAS
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,election,epidemic,Council,November,campaign RV=840.3
2.Haiti cholera response funding called inadequate"""" Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,campaign,Nov RV=710.8
3.Haiti: cholera hits La Piste camp IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,girl RV=395.9

 ▼2010/11/20 00:00〜2010/11/21 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #19 - 19 November 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,epidemic RV=477.5
2.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #6 Fiscal Year (FY)2011 USAID
  キーワード:transitional,Cluster,October,November,Goh RV=262.9
3.ACTED Newsletter nツー66 October 2010 ACTED
  キーワード:Pakistan,Sudan RV=78.5

 ▼2010/11/21 00:00〜2010/11/22 00:00▼

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 ▼2010/11/22 00:00〜2010/11/23 00:00▼

1.CARE: Addressing Haiti's vulnerability beyond the current epidemic CARE
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,investment,epidemic,November,campaign,prevention,electoral RV=872.0
2.Postponing Haiti polls could threaten stability-EU Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,Nov,electoral RV=725.9
3.Mired in Crises Haiti Struggles to Focus on Election NY Times
  キーワード:cholera,November RV=404.7
4.(MAP) ONGOING USG HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO HAITI FOR THE EARTHQUAKE (as of 19 Nov 2010) USAID
  キーワード:Nov RV=43.8

 ▼2010/11/23 00:00〜2010/11/24 00:00▼

1.Experts See Scant Progress in Reducing Violence against Women in the Americas PAHO
  キーワード:question,sexual,November,girl,campaign,Chile,CDC,participant,study,discussion RV=434.5

 ▼2010/11/24 00:00〜2010/11/25 00:00▼

1.Briefing by U.S. Ambassador Merten on Haiti US DOS
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,question,outbreak,epidemic,article RV=986.9
2.Cholera-hit Haiti needs nurses doctors - U.N. Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic RV=679.1
3.Haiti/Cholera: US$10 Million World Bank Emergency Grant to Step Up Access to Health Services--Program is part of World Bank US$479 million reconstruction support World Bank
  キーワード:cholera,debt,outbreak,epidemic RV=621.1
4.HAITI CHOLERA COULD AFFECT 400000 WITHOUT STRONGER RESPONSE WARNS EMERGENCY RELIEF COORDINATOR OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic RV=521.7
5.Pro bono lawyers help Haiti quake survivors get loans AlertNet
  キーワード:Corps,investment RV=164.9

 ▼2010/11/25 00:00〜2010/11/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti: CAFOD bolsters support for fight against cholera CAFOD
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,CRS,reduction,campaign,prevention RV=826.1
2.Haiti: Transitional shelters in Leogane for the victims of the earthquake ACTED
  キーワード:election,transitional,progress RV=259.3

 ▼2010/11/26 00:00〜2010/11/27 00:00▼

1.Haiti: 10000 People in Safer Shelter and Counting Medair
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,storm,outbreak,rain,transitional,epidemic RV=1090.3
2.Where do I vote? Much confusion clouds Haiti polls Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,epidemic RV=708.3
3.Haiti polls are opportunity for cholera prevention UNDP
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,Council RV=692.6
4.(MAP) Haiti : Situation du Cholera Cluster CCCM - Carte operationnelle - Presence des partenaires et Activites - 18 novembre 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:epidemic RV=66.7

 ▼2010/11/29 00:00〜2010/11/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti on edge credibility doubts taint elections Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,Council,electoral,Nov,candidate,campaign,radio RV=1001.7
2.Haiti elections rocked by fraud charges protests Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,Council,electoral,Nov,candidate,campaign,radio RV=1001.7

 ▼2010/11/30 00:00〜2010/12/01 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Statement by the OAS-CARICOM Joint Electoral Observation Mission on the Presidential and Legislative Elections of 28 November 2010 OAS
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,article,Council,electoral,candidate RV=876.5
2.Haiti: Ban warns electoral unrest could impede efforts to fight cholera epidemic UN News
  キーワード:cholera,election,UNICEF,epidemic,candidate RV=767.9
3.American Red Cross Commits Additional $2 Million to Combat Cholera in Haiti Am. RC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic RV=542.3
4.Preliminary estimates for 2010 from Swiss Re sigma show that natural catastrophes and man-made disasters caused economic losses of USD 222 billion and cost insurers USD 36 billion Swiss Re
  キーワード:storm RV=87.5

 ▼2010/12/01 00:00〜2010/12/02 00:00▼

1.Haiti's Post-Quake Poll Impasse IDS
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,Council,electoral,candidate,OAS,November,vote RV=978.1
2.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #22 - 30 November 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,election,cluster RV=639.4

 ▼2010/12/02 00:00〜2010/12/03 00:00▼

1.MIGRATION Winter 2010 - Pakistan Floods: After the Deluge & The Future of Migration? IOM
  キーワード:question,investment,policy,invest,environmental,economy,trafficking,legal,rule,business RV=388.1

 ▼2010/12/03 00:00〜2010/12/04 00:00▼

1.Haiti simmers amid vote limbo anti-cholera attacks AFP
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,candidate,October RV=856.9
2.Schools shut in Britain reopen in Haiti IR
  キーワード:cholera,UNICEF,transitional RV=526.5
3.NOK 1 billion to UNICEF Govt. Norway
  キーワード:UNICEF,investment RV=133.8
4.Clearing a path for People Living with Disabilities in Haiti IOM
  キーワード:disability RV=53.4

 ▼2010/12/04 00:00〜2010/12/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #23 - 3 December 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,cluster,Wash RV=592.2
2.Haiti: Launching of the renovation project for a Port-au-Prince school PU
  キーワード:cholera,prevention,April RV=468.3
3.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #7 Fiscal Year (FY)2011 USAID
  キーワード:transitional,Cluster,November,Goh RV=216.0

 ▼2010/12/06 00:00〜2010/12/07 00:00▼

1.UPDATE 2-Haiti anti-vote protesters march clash with police Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,candidate,electoral,Nov,OAS,vote RV=936.0
2.Haiti: volunteers clear canals and fight cholera BRC
  キーワード:cholera,rain,prevention RV=517.5

 ▼2010/12/07 00:00〜2010/12/08 00:00▼

1.Nutrition in a time of cholera: A challenge for Haitian mothers and babies UNICEF
  キーワード:cholera,UNICEF,October,baby,breastfeed,practice,growth RV=683.9
2.December 2010 Monthly Tdh highlights in Haiti: Emergency assistance for children & communities affected by the earthquake Tdh Child Relief
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic,prevention RV=598.2

 ▼2010/12/08 00:00〜2010/12/09 00:00▼

1.Haiti: A multisectorial approach to meet the needs of the populations affected by cholera ACTED
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,rain,epidemic,UNICEF RV=870.9
2.Protests erupt as Haiti election goes to run-off Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,epidemic,candidate RV=847.7
3.Haiti: Society's forgotten ones" get respite from hardship" ACT Alliance
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,epidemic RV=633.1
4.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #24 - 7 December 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,election RV=608.5
5.Haiti – Cholera Fact Sheet #7 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,Corps,outbreak RV=590.8

 ▼2010/12/10 00:00〜2010/12/11 00:00▼

1.Significant Drop in Numbers of Internally Displaced in Camps in Haiti IOM
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,transitional,October,November,settlement,reduction RV=831.8
2.Haiti One-Year after the Quake: New Homes in old Neighborhoods CRS
  キーワード:cholera,CRS,outbreak,transitional,November,prevention RV=747.9

 ▼2010/12/11 00:00〜2010/12/12 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Security Council calls on all sides to end post-electoral violence UN News
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,candidate,electoral,Council,October,November,party,legislative RV=1062.2

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 ▼2010/12/13 00:00〜2010/12/14 00:00▼

1.Estonia Helps Haiti Manage Cholera Epidemic Govt. Estonia
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,UNICEF,October,spread,beginning,vast,resettle,availability,resolve RV=685.7

 ▼2010/12/14 00:00〜2010/12/15 00:00▼

1.Haiti’s Children One Year Later SC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,epidemic RV=730.6
2.Haiti: HUMANITARIAN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (HIP) ECHO
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,epidemic,electoral RV=710.4
3.Haiti: Red Cross ambulances ensure safe access to treatment IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=498.2
4.US warns Haiti could risk aid freeze AFP
  キーワード:election,question,candidate,electoral RV=445.1
5.Haiti's Disaster after the Disaster: The IDP Camps and Cholera Tufts Univ.
  キーワード:question,rain,rape RV=238.8

 ▼2010/12/15 00:00〜2010/12/16 00:00▼

1.Central Emergency Response Fund 2010 Fact Sheet OCHA
  キーワード:Pakistan,Sudan,Cerf,loan,grant,Assembly RV=221.0
2.Haiti after the earthquake: Civil society perspectives on Haitian reconstruction and Dominican-Haitian bilateral relations Progressio
  キーワード:policy,reform,progress,Commission RV=143.2

 ▼2010/12/16 00:00〜2010/12/17 00:00▼

1.Bill Clinton due in Haiti amid threat of new unrest AFP
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,candidate,DB RV=868.7
2.Haiti: SitRep No. 20/2010 14 December 2010 ACT Alliance
  キーワード:cholera,election RV=625.4
3.SURGE IN DEMAND FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IN HIGH-RISK ENVIRONMENTS INFORMS GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE ON STRENGTHENING UN DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE UN GA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas RV=568.8
4.Cutting Haiti aid would be a mistake - Bill Clinton Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,question,candidate RV=386.3
5.CLIMATE CHANGE: Disaster insurance the Caribbean way IRIN
  キーワード:Tomas,les,storm RV=327.3

 ▼2010/12/17 00:00〜2010/12/18 00:00▼

1.Haiti: life after the earthquake IFRC
  キーワード:blood,speaker,session,job,class,old,wood,daughter,tarpaulin,Spanish RV=236.4

 ▼2010/12/18 00:00〜2010/12/19 00:00▼

1.2010 - Haiti's fateful year UN Radio
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,outbreak RV=874.8
2.STRENGTH OF COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATED DURING YEAR OF GREAT DIFFICULTY"" - SIR EDWIN"" CARICOM
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,question,storm,October RV=808.5
3.PAHO will pursue cholera vaccination in Haiti Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,October RV=557.6
4.Caricom-Australia chide empty promises to Haiti AFP
  キーワード:cholera RV=415.1
5.Looking back Ban calls 2010 ‘a big year for the United Nations’ UN News
  キーワード:election,technology,electoral,vote RV=415.0

 ▼2010/12/19 00:00〜2010/12/20 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #27 - 17 Decembre 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,epidemic,Wash,actor,cent,December,nationwide,announcement RV=955.3

 ▼2010/12/20 00:00〜2010/12/21 00:00▼

1.British public favours orphanages in emergencies poll finds - but aid agency warns of misguided kindness"" SC
  キーワード:November,baby,poll,research,commission RV=210.2
2.DFID’s Expenditure on Humanitarian Assistance 2009/10 DFID
  キーワード:budget,Sudan,Commission RV=114.8
3.Misguided Kindness: Making the right decisions for children in emergencies SC
  キーワード:girl,lesson RV=78.2

 ▼2010/12/21 00:00〜2010/12/22 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Earthquake Nine-month Progress Report Emergency appeal nツー MDRHT008 Operations Update no. 23 IFRC
  キーワード:transitional,cluster,Cluster,October,November,Wash,Swiss RV=395.1
2.HAITI: TWO EMH SCHOOLS TO BE REBUILT UMCOR
  キーワード:Methodist,student,grant RV=125.7

 ▼2010/12/22 00:00〜2010/12/23 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #27 - 21 December 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,cent RV=533.3
2.Haiti: Rebuilding houses and more NZ Red Cross
  キーワード:transitional,disability,student,June,progress,spread,latrine RV=299.8

 ▼2010/12/23 00:00〜2010/12/24 00:00▼

1.IDB announces record disbursements of $176 million for Haiti in 2010 I-A DB
  キーワード:cholera,debt,DB,investment,climate RV=724.1
2.ECHO Operational Strategy 2011 ECHO
  キーワード:Corps,storm,transitional,article,Council,climate RV=427.7

 ▼2010/12/24 00:00〜2010/12/25 00:00▼

1.Dramatic" 2010 for United Nations: the year in review" UN Radio
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,outbreak,Council,vote,climate,reduction,Pakistan,girl RV=1123.3

 ▼2010/12/25 00:00〜2010/12/26 00:00▼

1.45 people lynched amid Haiti cholera fears: officials AFP
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic,October,November,campaign,practice,spread,awareness,AFP RV=860.2

 ▼2010/12/26 00:00〜2010/12/27 00:00▼

1.UK gives ツ」40m to UN disaster fund BBC
  キーワード:review,two,third,shortfall,Mitchell,story,Ashdown,Lord RV=48.3

 ▼2010/12/27 00:00〜2010/12/28 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #29 - 24 December 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,November,campaign RV=606.2
2.Haiti: Pierre Redens Fritz: I wanted to help inform camp residents how to prepare for hurricanes IFRC
  キーワード:Tomas,November,settlement,teacher,committee,reduction,speaker RV=444.5

 ▼2010/12/28 00:00〜2010/12/29 00:00▼

1.One year after Haiti earthquake Habitat’s recovery program has benefited nearly 24000 families through emergency transitional and permanent housing solutions Habitat
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,outbreak,transitional RV=957.5
2.Red Cross Supports Pan American Health Organization with $1.5 Million in Medicine and Supplies for Cholera Response Am. RC
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,UNICEF RV=569.8
3.UMCOR Hotline 28 Dec 2010: Haiti Zimbabwe DRC Chile Philippines Mozambique UMCOR
  キーワード:cholera,rain,October RV=560.8
4.Haitians on the pitch for recovery UNDP
  キーワード:storm RV=84.9

 ▼2010/12/29 00:00〜2010/12/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti: I want to help those who can't help themselves"" IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,prevention,awareness,wash,fluid RV=631.8
2.Building Hope in Haiti: One Year Later Habitat
  キーワード:student,progress,tree,class RV=126.9

 ▼2010/12/30 00:00〜2010/12/31 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Cholera Fact Sheet #12 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,CRS,outbreak,November,Wash,practice,rural RV=781.8
2.Haiti: Cholera Situation Report #30 - 28 December 2010 OCHA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,Cluster,prevention,latrine RV=644.9

 ▼2010/12/31 00:00〜2011/01/01 00:00▼

1.Multiple emergencies and a new focus on reaching the most vulnerable children UNICEF
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,UNICEF,October,flooding,Pakistan,girl,June,Chile,April RV=879.4

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 ▼2010/01/03 00:00〜2011/01/04 00:00▼

1.A Year After Haiti Earthquake International Medical Corps Expands Relief Operations to Serve Survivors As Well As Those Affected By Cholera Outbreak IMC
  キーワード:cholera,Corps,outbreak,reduction,practice RV=703.3
2.Multiple emergencies and a new focus on reaching the most vulnerable children UNICEF
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,Pakistan RV=559.1
3.Natural disasters 'killed 295000 in 2010' AFP
  キーワード:climate,Pakistan,Swiss RV=142.6
4.American Eagle Outfitters and Concern partner to get Haiti's children back into school Concern Worldwide
  キーワード:teacher,campaign RV=91.9

 ▼2011/01/04 00:00〜2011/01/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Antoine Cassagnol: the water guardian IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,Wash,committee,prevention RV=652.4
2.Building for the future: homes and security in Haiti ActionAid
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,transitional,policy RV=619.7
3.Internews Press Center to Support International Media One Year after Haiti Earthquake Internews
  キーワード:cholera,question,epidemic RV=601.1
4.Haiti One Year On: Keeping women safe and healthy IRC
  キーワード:sexual,girl RV=107.1

 ▼2011/01/05 00:00〜2011/01/06 00:00▼

1.Building a future for Haiti's children - The Earthquake One Year On SOS
  キーワード:cholera,election,SOS,Tomas,outbreak,UNICEF,investment,cluster RV=1251.6
2.Haiti – Cholera Fact Sheet #13 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,Corps RV=534.8
3.Haiti earthquake: one-year report - A mother in Haiti recalls the moments that changed her family's life UNICEF
  キーワード:cholera RV=430.2
4.Haiti earthquake: one-year report - Parents and teachers help children in Haiti cope with quake effects UNICEF
  キーワード:question,UNICEF RV=163.9
5.Major Environmental Recovery Programme Marks New Year in Haiti UNEP
  キーワード:investment RV=61.9

 ▼2011/01/06 00:00〜2011/01/07 00:00▼

1.From relief to recovery: Supporting good governance in post-earthquake Haiti Oxfam
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,transitional,October RV=635.4
2.Haiti: IFRC reports on progress made in first year of multi-year response IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,transitional,Cluster,November RV=613.4
3.Haiti One Year On: Addressing the urgent need for clean water and sanitation IRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,settlement RV=569.3
4.Haiti One Year On: Delivering health care IRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=520.7
5.A Year After the Earthquake Haitians Remain Vulnerable IOCC
  キーワード:cholera RV=432.5

 ▼2011/01/07 00:00〜2011/01/08 00:00▼

1.Children in Haiti: One Year After — The long road from relief to recovery UNICEF
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic,UNICEF,investment RV=738.2
2.Haiti Earthquake: One year on ActionAid
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic RV=732.2
3.Haiti one year on: more needs to be done SC
  キーワード:cholera,question,outbreak,epidemic RV=697.5
4.Twelve months of emergency relief and reconstruction in Haiti - Malteser International: Improving the population’s health status by strengthening their self-help capacities Malteser
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=524.6
5.Twelve months of emergency relief and reconstruction in Haiti: Improving the population's health status by strengthening their self-help capacities Malteser
  キーワード:cholera RV=436.3

 ▼2011/01/08 00:00〜2011/01/09 00:00▼

1.World Bank Flash: Supporting Haiti to Build a Better Future World Bank
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,storm,candidate RV=909.3
2.Briefing on the One-Year Anniversary of the Earthquake in Haiti US DOS
  キーワード:cholera,question,outbreak,transitional RV=692.2
3.We are eating dust"" -- Haitians put pen to paper"" AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic RV=606.0
4.UN defends Haiti quake relief efforts AFP
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,UNICEF RV=589.9
5.UN: Rebuilding Earthquake-Shattered Haiti Will Take Years VOA
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=527.1

 ▼2011/01/09 00:00〜2011/01/10 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/01/10 00:00〜2011/01/11 00:00▼

1.FAO in HAITI one year on FAO
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,storm RV=778.6
2.Nearly 400000 children still living in danger in Haiti’s complex emergency one year after earthquake SC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak RV=694.8
3.Quake amputees embody resilience in broken Haiti Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election RV=667.2
4.HAITI ONE YEAR ON: Europe's action in Haiti EU
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas RV=605.7
5.Fast Fact on U.S. Government's Work in Haiti: Funding - 8 January 2011 US DOS
  キーワード:cholera,debt RV=541.3

 ▼2011/01/11 00:00〜2011/01/12 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Revival of journalism lags behind media reconstruction RSF
  キーワード:cholera,election,des,storm,epidemic RV=1005.0
2.OAS experts challenge Haiti election result-report Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,election,candidate,epidemic RV=844.4
3.One Year after the Earthquake Haiti’s Recovery Proceeds Slowly UNFPA
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,rain RV=837.0
4.Health Concerns in Haiti US DOS
  キーワード:cholera,question,outbreak,epidemic RV=729.3
5.Welthungerhilfe President Dieckmann after Haiti Reise: Haitians must be acvtively involved DWHH - GAA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak RV=707.0

 ▼2011/01/12 00:00〜2011/01/13 00:00▼

1.Haiti: one year on ACT Alliance
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,outbreak,epidemic RV=1041.4
2.Cholera Haiti and MINUSTAH: What Implications for Peacekeeping? IPI
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,outbreak,epidemic RV=981.3
3.Haiti's Year of Living Miserably CFR
  キーワード:cholera,election,question,outbreak,epidemic RV=981.3
4.Situation in Haiti one year after the earthquake - EU Statement by HR Ashton and Commissioners Piebalgs and Georgieva EU
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,epidemic RV=952.6
5.How to Rebuild Haiti after the Quake CFR
  キーワード:cholera,election,debt,outbreak RV=886.7

 ▼2011/01/13 00:00〜2011/01/14 00:00▼

1.Minister Power renews Ireland’s commitment to the people of Haiti Govt. Ireland
  キーワード:cholera,Corps,outbreak RV=664.9
2.Haiti one year on: helping people get back to work BRC
  キーワード:cholera,debt RV=562.5
3.Haiti one year on: a long journey to a healthy recovery BRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=554.3
4.USAID/OFDA HAITI ONE-YEAR HEALTH OVERVIEW - JANUARY 12 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=554.3
5.‘In Memory of Fallen Comrades’ in Haiti Earthquake Secretary-General Says ‘Let Us Pledge to Realize Their Dream of a Better Haiti’ UN SG
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic RV=552.4

 ▼2011/01/14 00:00〜2011/01/15 00:00▼

1.Haitian youths use hip-hop to inspire earthquake recovery UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,student,trace,classroom,educational,young,environment,construct,vision,construction RV=298.1

 ▼2011/01/15 00:00〜2011/01/16 00:00▼

1.Haiti’s recovery multi-year effort UN humanitarian chief tells ECOSOC UN News
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,investment,October RV=907.7
2.Haiti one year after the earthquake - reuniting children and families IRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak RV=554.2
3.Haiti Earthquake Facts and Figures World Concern
  キーワード:cholera,transitional RV=536.6
4.Haiti – Cholera Fact Sheet #15 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera RV=467.5
5.From fighting poverty to building safer world UN chief outlines priorities for 2011 UN News
  キーワード:technology,vote,climate RV=193.5

 ▼2011/01/16 00:00〜2011/01/17 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/01/17 00:00〜2011/01/18 00:00▼

1.REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS IN HAITI 2010: SITUATION CHALLENGES AND OUTLOOK UN
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,electoral,transitional,sexual RV=1002.0
2.Aid for Haiti: situation update one year after the earthquake (11 January 2011) Govt. France
  キーワード:cholera,debt,epidemic,vote RV=715.0
3.Five African-American Baptist conventions increase donation to Habitat for Humanity to $1 million to help with Haiti earthquake relief Habitat
  キーワード:cholera,transitional,investment RV=602.0
4.Haiti: home-building relies on political processes ACT Alliance
  キーワード:election,electoral,October RV=367.0

 ▼2011/01/18 00:00〜2011/01/19 00:00▼

1.Haiti: tempo of recovery worrying ACT Alliance
  キーワード:conflict,debate,removal,participation,young,governance,psychosocial,achieve,construction RV=214.8
2.REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies Latin America & the Caribbean Year 4 - Volume 191 - 17 January 2011 OCHA
  キーワード:rain RV=70.7

 ▼2011/01/19 00:00〜2011/01/20 00:00▼

1.Haiti Earthquake 1-year commemoration Can. RC
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,storm,rain,November,June RV=963.5
2.Belgium: A record contribution to the World Food Programme Govt. Belgium
  キーワード:Sudan,Pakistan,conflict RV=113.0

 ▼2011/01/20 00:00〜2011/01/21 00:00▼

1.Shasha's story: UNICEF revisits a Haitian girl in a camp for the displaced UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,mother,December,wash,aware,dream,Life,rainy,Thomas,dance RV=265.6

 ▼2011/01/21 00:00〜2011/01/22 00:00▼

1.Haiti: fragility of the state and political crisis worries EU Parliament EU
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic,electoral,November,legislative,actor,decision,European RV=1035.1
2.U.S. resumes deportations to quake-ravaged Haiti Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:cholera,article RV=528.9

 ▼2011/01/22 00:00〜2011/01/23 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Cholera Fact Sheet #16 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:cholera,cluster,prevention,oral,practice,decision,symptom,survey,department,decline RV=759.0

 ▼2011/01/24 00:00〜2011/01/25 00:00▼

1.International Action: A True Partner to the People of Haiti Intl. Action
  キーワード:cholera,progress,campaign RV=549.6
2.Killer year caps deadly decade – reducing disaster impact is “critical” says top UN disaster official ISDR
  キーワード:rain,climate,October,reduction,Pakistan,June RV=314.1
3.Cost of natural disasters $109 billion in 2010-U.N. Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:article RV=60.0

 ▼2011/01/25 00:00〜2011/01/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti earthquake: one year on WHO
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,October RV=614.0
2.DISASTERS: Better understanding of disaster impact on lives needed IRIN
  キーワード:les,storm,rain,article,climate,agricultural RV=408.7
3.IOM Steps Up Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking on Hispaniola IOM
  キーワード:UNICEF RV=70.7

 ▼2011/01/26 00:00〜2011/01/27 00:00▼

1.CAMP COORDINATION AND CAMP MANAGEMENT IN HAITI IOM
  キーワード:Cluster,Camp,policy,contingency,continued,housing,displacement,planning,recognize,munity RV=261.2

 ▼2011/01/27 00:00〜2011/01/28 00:00▼

1.Haiti 2011 Update : A Year of Hardships Growth and Hope Food for the Hungry
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,transitional,teacher,prevention,practice,mother RV=796.0
2.Haiti quake survivors battle constant threat of eviction AlertNet
  キーワード:rain,Camp RV=119.6
3.Haiti Crisis Report DARA
  キーワード:cluster RV=52.9
4.British Red Cross – Mass Sanitation Module - 2010 Haiti Earthquake Response: Post Deployment Learning Evaluation BRC
  キーワード:practice RV=37.9

 ▼2011/01/28 00:00〜2011/01/29 00:00▼

1.GLOBAL: Five countries to watch in 2011 PlusNews
  キーワード:epidemic,les,sexual,article,prevention,policy,budget,progress RV=476.0
2.Manifest Haiti: U.S. Food Aid and Monsanto GRI
  キーワード:article,seed,Rights RV=155.8
3.The Impact of U.S. Food Aid on Human Rights in Haiti NYU
  キーワード:Rights RV=41.2

 ▼2011/01/29 00:00〜2011/01/30 00:00▼

1.Haiti and the Dominican Republic: Cholera Outbreak - Response and Preparedness; Operations update no. 3 (MDR49007) IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic,October,November,prevention,Swiss,reduction RV=901.7
2.Haiti: Earthquake Prgogress Report (MDRHT008) Operations Update no. 24 IFRC
  キーワード:cholera,transitional,November,Cluster,Swiss,reduction RV=742.8

 ▼2011/01/31 00:00〜2011/02/01 00:00▼

1.Earthquake in Haiti—One Year Later PAHO
  キーワード:cholera,outbreak,epidemic,UNICEF,Cluster,settlement RV=805.9
2.Security After the Quake? Addressing Violence and Rape in Haiti USIP
  キーワード:sexual,rape RV=138.9
3.Reaching the cocobai": Reconstruction and persons with disabilities in Haiti" FOCAL
  キーワード:disability,policy RV=111.7

 ▼2011/02/01 00:00〜2011/02/02 00:00▼

1.In assisting Haiti quake survivors start at the beginning: A birth certificate UNHCR
  キーワード:sexual,UNICEF,settlement,UNHCR,refugee,trafficking RV=283.3
2.Haiti earthquake: One-year report - Christian's story: A boy picks up the pieces and remains optimistic in post-quake Haiti UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,mother,study,Les,adolescent RV=185.4

 ▼2011/02/02 00:00〜2011/02/03 00:00▼

1.Haiti quagmire due to governance: Red Cross AlertNet
  キーワード:article,progress,munity,governance,spending,trust,criticism,blame,billion,slow RV=223.4

 ▼2011/02/03 00:00〜2011/02/04 00:00▼

1.Haiti awaits vote results Aristide backers protest Reuters - AlertNet
  キーワード:election,candidate,article,protest,unrest,Allyn,Feb,council,off,trust RV=534.6

 ▼2011/02/04 00:00〜2011/02/05 00:00▼

1.Haiti: One year on the mobilization goes on... ACTED
  キーワード:cholera,epidemic,October RV=617.8
2.ADRA Relocates Displaced Haitians Living on Dangerous Road Median ADRA
  キーワード:Adra,transitional RV=339.3
3.A Big Day for Haitian Children UMCOR
  キーワード:Methodist,UNICEF,transitional,cluster,Cluster RV=317.9
4.UNICEF and partners work to protect vulnerable children at Haiti's border UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,rape RV=139.2

 ▼2011/02/05 00:00〜2011/02/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #10 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:transitional,November,construct,grantee,decrease,yellow,habitability,displacement,housing,household RV=272.6

 ▼2011/02/06 00:00〜2011/02/07 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/02/07 00:00〜2011/02/08 00:00▼

1.IACHR urges United Sates to suspend deportations to Haiti IACHR
  キーワード:cholera,OAS,Rights,December,Commission RV=660.9
2.HOTLINE - week of February 7 2011: Brazil Haiti CWS
  キーワード:rain,disability,reduction,munity,mother RV=259.8

 ▼2011/02/08 00:00〜2011/02/09 00:00▼

1.Deportations to Haiti Should Be Halted Say USCCB Migration Committee Chair and Chairman of Catholic Relief Services USCCB
  キーワード:cholera,election,CRS,outbreak,November RV=951.1
2.Letter to Congress: Humanitarian Funding in 2011-12 Budgets Ref. Intl.
  キーワード:storm,investment,poll RV=189.2
3.Charities Challenged on Disaster Comms Plan
  キーワード:question,Council RV=158.9

 ▼2011/02/09 00:00〜2011/02/10 00:00▼

1.Haiti – MPP report of activities December 2010 PDA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,epidemic,October,November,agricultural,seed RV=950.9
2.Haiti Earthquake Response Statistics PDA
  キーワード:cholera,Tomas,outbreak,transitional,seed,prevention RV=896.9

 ▼2011/02/10 00:00〜2011/02/11 00:00▼

1.US Wary of Aristide's Return to Haiti VOA
  キーワード:election,candidate,vote,November,corruption,grant,campaign,African,rule,Manigat RV=658.5

 ▼2011/02/11 00:00〜2011/02/12 00:00▼

1.Not Enough Housing Solutions to End Haiti's Displacement Crisis IOM Warns IOM
  キーワード:cholera,storm,cluster,Camp,munity,July,neighbourhood RV=759.7
2.Strenght in Numbers: A Review of NGO Coordination in the Field - Case Study: Haiti 2010 ICVA
  キーワード:investment,invest,accountability RV=129.1

 ▼2011/02/12 00:00〜2011/02/13 00:00▼

1.IOM Suggestion Box Gives Haitians Outlet for Frustration VOA
  キーワード:munity,Soleil,teach,employment,voice,old,job,promise,test,Doyle RV=233.4

 ▼2011/02/13 00:00〜2011/02/14 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/02/14 00:00〜2011/02/15 00:00▼

1.Joint Humanitarian Impact Evaluation: report on consultations - Report for the Inter-Agency Working Group on Joint Humanitarian Impact Evaluation OCHA
  キーワード:question,November,munity,Sudan,actor,exercise,consultation,discussion RV=342.9
2.Evaluation of OCHA Response to the Haiti Earthquake OCHA
  キーワード:policy,munity,August RV=130.9

 ▼2011/02/15 00:00〜2011/02/16 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UNDP Associate Administrator visits Leogane debris management project UNDP
  キーワード:munity,progress,UNDP,mandate,environmental,cent,neighbourhood,ownership,removal,Finnish RV=327.3

 ▼2011/02/16 00:00〜2011/02/17 00:00▼

1.Review of the Emergency Response Fund Scheme (ERFS) Irish Aid
  キーワード:Irish,practice,participant,review,innovative,scheme,recommendation,pilot,finding,outline RV=255.7

 ▼2011/02/17 00:00〜2011/02/18 00:00▼

1.Continuing 2011 Organizational Session Economic and Social Council Hears Report of Chairman of Its Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti ECOSOC
  キーワード:cholera,election,Tomas,question,candidate,epidemic,outbreak,electoral,OAS RV=1398.8
2.Haiti: Resettlement Plan Excludes Almost 200000 Families IPS
  キーワード:question,rain RV=171.8

 ▼2011/02/18 00:00〜2011/02/19 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Humanitarian Bulletin 01- 17 February 2011 OCHA
  キーワード:relocation,neighbourhood,rural,eviction,threat,insecurity,predict,disposal,proper,overview RV=183.7

 ▼2011/02/19 00:00〜2011/02/20 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/02/19 00:00〜2011/02/24 00:00▼

1.World Vision calls on U.S. Senate to restore budget for global disaster responses and development World Vision
  キーワード:munity,budget,policy,reduction,Pakistan,voter,Vision RV=307.9
2.Under-Secretary-General Tells of Aim to Build on 2010 Efforts in Bolstering United Nations Peacekeeping Capabilities UN GA
  キーワード:December,mandate,conflict RV=109.6

 ▼2011/02/24 00:00〜2011/02/25 00:00▼

1.Natural hazards unnatural disasters: Understanding disasters in the context of development IDS
  キーワード:debt,article,climate,investment,munity,growth,conflict,invest RV=446.0
2.Humanitarian Exchange Magazine No. 49 - Feature: Humanitarianism in Afghanistan and Pakistan ODI - HPN
  キーワード:article,Pakistan,conflict RV=144.9
3.Survey: Haiti's news media 1 year after the earthquake - Rebuilding the Haitian media RSF
  キーワード:radio RV=39.2

 ▼2011/02/25 00:00〜2011/02/26 00:00▼

1.Haiti: UN human rights expert urges presidential candidates to fight impunity UN News
  キーワード:election,candidate RV=332.0
2.The State of the World's Children: Adolescence - An Age of Opportunity UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,sexual,climate,investment,munity RV=320.4
3.Humanitarian Aid on the move - Newsletter No.7 February 2011 Groupe URD
  キーワード:question,article,Cluster RV=217.9

 ▼2011/02/26 00:00〜2011/02/27 00:00▼

1.Providing Expert Consultation in Haiti HOPE
  キーワード:cholera,technology,October,munity,import,Project,European,rural,spread,symptom RV=834.9

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 ▼2011/03/01 00:00〜2011/03/02 00:00▼

1.Haiti: Food Security Outlook January through June 2011 FEWS NET
  キーワード:cholera,election,outbreak,climate,investment,agricultural,November,farmer RV=1078.2
2.Climate change just one worry in struggling Haiti AlertNet
  キーワード:article,climate RV=128.9
3.ACTED Newsletter nツー69 February 2011 ACTED
  キーワード:munity RV=57.1

 ▼2011/03/02 00:00〜2011/03/03 00:00▼

1.Minister Oda announces Canada's continued support for Haiti CIDA
  キーワード:MCC,disability,munity,agricultural,student,girl,farmer,Vision,Commission,study RV=513.1

 ▼2011/03/03 00:00〜2011/03/04 00:00▼

1.Situation Report Haiti Operation February 2011 Logistics Cluster
  キーワード:election,candidate,epidemic,rain,munity,November,Cluster,flooding,mandate,relocation RV=766.8

 ▼2011/03/05 00:00〜2011/03/06 00:00▼

1.Haiti – Earthquake Fact Sheet #11 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 USAID
  キーワード:CRS,transitional,munity,Cluster,progress,preparedness,grantee,eviction,Mark,construction RV=425.9

 ▼2011/03/07 00:00〜2011/03/08 00:00▼

1.Pregnancies Don't Wait for Emergencies to End IPS
  キーワード:outbreak,sexual,rape,munity,girl RV=338.3
2.UNICEF Humanitarian Action for Children 2011: Building Resilience UNICEF
  キーワード:UNICEF,sexual,munity,girl,policy RV=304.6
3.Urban disasters-lessons from Haiti: Study of member agencies' responses to the earthquake in Port au Prince Haiti January 2010 DEC
  キーワード:question,munity,DEC RV=219.9
4.After the Haitian earthquake: saving priceless murals artifacts and other treasures csmonitor
  キーワード:article RV=64.9

 ▼2011/03/08 00:00〜2011/03/09 00:00▼

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 ▼2011/03/09 00:00〜2011/03/10 00:00▼

1.Rebeca Grynspan: Remarks on the situation in Haiti UNDP
  キーワード:cholera,election,candidate,debt,epidemic,outbreak,electoral,munity,investment RV=1292.9
2.What is in Haiti’s Future? USIP
  キーワード:cholera,election,epidemic RV=801.2
3.Lessons from Haiti and Beyond: Report from the 2010 International Conference on Crisis Mapping USIP
  キーワード:technology,munity RV=144.6

 ▼2011/03/10 00:00〜2011/03/11 00:00▼

1.IDB expects to provide more than $500 million to help Latin America and Caribbean prepare for natural disasters I-A DB
  キーワード:DB,loan,flooding,Chile,vaccine,preparedness,financing,weather,economy,innovative RV=367.5




Haiti Earthquake(ReliedWeb) 注目記事アーカイブ 記事本文

1.FACTBOX - Countries aid agencies seeking to help Haiti 14 Jan,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=346.9 2010/01/14 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,World,body,American

Jan 14 (Reuters) - The death toll from Haiti's earthquake could be between 45000 and 50000 with a further three million people injured or homeless a senior Haitian Red Cross official said on Thursday.Following are some of the efforts by foreign governments and aid agencies to help:UNITED STATES - President Barack Obama said he had dispatched U.S. troops and ships to Haiti to assist in earthquake rescue and recovery efforts. He said the U.S. would spend $100 million for immediate relief efforts from the earthquake.UNITED NATIONS - U.N. is immediately releasing $10 million from its central emergency response fund and mobilising an emergency response team to help coordinate aid efforts.-- U.N. World Food Program head Josette Sheeran said the agency already was flying in additional food that would provide more than 500000 emergency meals. WFP expects to launch a $100 million food distribution operation for 12 months to be part of an interagency flash appeal. -- The children's agency UNICEF is dispatching two planes and a ship laden with tents as well as food and other supplies designed for women and children.EUROPEAN UNION - The EU's executive European Commission approved 3 million euros ($4.37 million) of fast-track funding for the international effort a spokeswoman said.* COUNTRIES:BELGIUM - Belgium has sent a military aircraft carrying a medical team of 20 a search-and-rescue team of 33 and a water purification system.BRITAIN - Britain said it would donate $10 million for relief in Haiti. Britain has sent 64 specialist search-and-rescue firefighters along with two search dogs and 10 tonnes of search and rescue equipment.CANADA - The government announced it initially would make up to C$5 million ($4.8 million) available to help provide emergency shelter medical services food relief items water and sanitation services. A 20-person reconnaissance team will see what aid is needed and two rescue helicopters could be sent.CZECH REPUBLIC - Donates 5 million Czech crowns ($277300) to help replenish Haiti's water resources.FINLAND - Said it would allot 1.25 mln euros to help victims.FRANCE - Aid group Doctors without Borders (MSF) has said it is sending an inflatable hospital to Haiti. It has two operating theatres and capacity for 100 beds. MSF also is flying in doctors and nurses from the U.S. and a second plane from France on Jan. 15.-- Three French state aircraft carrying 40 tonnes of equipment doctors and security staff have already landed in Haiti. A fourth will leave from Guadeloupe with 5 tonnes of equipment and 80 emergency service personnel and a fifth plane will leave France later.GERMANY - Germany pledged 1.5 million euros ($2.18 million).ICELAND - An Icelandic search-and-rescue team consisting of 35 volunteers has begun trying to pull people out from under rubble in Port au Prince. The team has brought 10 tonnes of tools and equipment three tonnes of water tents advanced communication equipment and water purifying capability. Base operations are being set up as well as assisting in reception and as a coordination centre for other teams arriving.IRAN - Iran's Red Crescent plans to send about 30 tonnes of aids including food tents and medicine to Haiti on Jan. 14.IRELAND - Ireland has pledged 2 million euros in additional emergency funding to Haiti be channelled through the U.N. and Irish aid agencies. Dublin also is sending a team of experts to to assist in the emergency effort. Irish Aid will deploy specialists from its Rapid Reaction Corps.ISRAEL - The Israeli military has chartered two planes to fly a field hospital and some 220 people to the disaster zone. ITALY - Italy said it had earmarked 500000 euros to the U.N. World Food Progamme and another 500000 euros to an emergency fund being set up by the International Red Cross.NETHERLANDS - Said it would send an urban search-and-rescue team to Haiti consisting of 60 people as well as sniffer dogs to help find people under the rubble. It said the team is part of a coordinationed international rescue action led by the U.N.SLOVENIA - Slovenia is donating 50000 euros ($72710) as an aid contribution to Haiti.SWEDEN - Contributed 24 million Swedish crowns ($3.42 million) to Haiti disaster relief through a dedicated U.N. fund that existed before the quake. A small logistics team also has been dispatched as part of wider U.N. relief efforts.INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK - The Inter-American Development Bank said it would provide $200000 in immediate aid. The World Bank planned to send a team to help assess damage and plan a recovery.* AID AGENCIES:-- Many aid agencies were scrambling to provide help. Efforts included:-- ICRC sending 3000 body bags in delayed cargo plane which they hope will depart on Jan. 14 from Geneva.-- Around 600 injured people are being treated at MSF hospitals the aid group said on Wednesday.-- Telecoms Sans Frontieres a humanitarian group that helps set up communications during disasters deployed an emergency team from Managua to provide vital support in emergency telecommunications. They are carrying satellite mobile and fixed telecommunications tools.(Reporting by Reuters bureaux Compiled by Alan Elsner Frances Kerry and David Cutler London Editorial Reference Unit; Editing by Michael Roddy)For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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2.Haiti's children most vulnerable after massive quake - aid agencies,AlertNet
RV=305.3 2010/01/14 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,body,save

Written by : Katherine BaldwinLONDON (AlertNet) - Children in Haiti hit by a massive earthquake risk long-term physical and psychological trauma unless they are treated quickly as their bodies and minds are less resilient than those of adults aid agencies warned on Thursday.Up to two million children could be affected by the earthquake Save the Children said. Children under the age of 18 make up nearly half of Haiti's 10-million population according to the U.N. children's fund UNICEF.Many schools collapsed in the tremor which struck close to the heavily populated capital of Port-au-Prince at 5 p.m. (2200 GMT) on Tuesday when children would have been in schools.Some 4 million people live in and around the capital many in shanty towns where flimsy structures are crammed together on unstable ground.Many children have lost their parents and homes and are forced to sleep among dead bodies in the open air aid workers and journalists said."Children are petrified and in danger. Many will have been orphaned or be badly injured themselves and in urgent need of medical help. Thousands more will have lost all contact with their families and friends and are now struggling to survive alone in the rubble" Gareth Owen Save the Children's director of emergencies said in a statement."They are sleeping on their own trying to cope with the trauma of seeing dead bodies and will have no idea where to go for help" he added.Based on experience in other disaster zones - particularly the 2005 South Asia earthquake - the Haitian disaster could have repercussions for children far into the future said P.V. Unnikrishnan Plan International's disaster response coordinator."Evidence shows that if children are left unattended this earthquake could lead not just to death and destruction but also to disability and trauma" Unnikrishnan told AlertNet before leaving for the Dominican Republic and Haiti where he hoped to arrive on Friday."Unlike other disasters earthquakes often lead to more fractures of lower limbs hips and spines. Children who suffer fractures and lose mobility even temporarily tend to be more prone to psycho-social problems" he added.Unnikrishnan said children were by far the worst hit in the South Asia earthquake and Haiti would likely be the same.CHILDREN DIGGING FOR BODIESReporters on the ground in Haiti said they heard children's shrieks and sobs and video images showed children looking at dead bodies that lay strewn in roads and by collapsed buildings even if their parents tried to shield their eyes."Children mimic adults in these sorts of crises. They see grown-ups scrabbling through the debris looking for bodies and will try to follow suit. Aside from the damage this is doing to their mental health it's putting their safety in danger as buildings will be very unstable and may still collapse" said Owen of Save the Children.Charities are also concerned for the safety of children after the earthquake destroyed the capital's main prison freeing the inmates.Save the Children's emergency response teams on the ground are preparing safe areas for children where they will be protected have space to play and get psychological help. Other aid organisations are sending in specialists in reuniting families in emergencies and trauma experts.But with the aid effort hampered by logistical problems many children could be left without assistance for days. Women and the elderly are also highly vulnerable aid agencies say.The Haitian Red Cross said it believed 45000 to 50000 people had died and 3 million more were hurt or left homeless by Tuesday's quake.For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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3.World scrambles to help quake-hit Haiti,AFP
RV=288.3 2010/01/14 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,World,American,save

WASHINGTON — Rescuers sniffer dogs equipment and supplies headed to Haiti by air and sea Thursday in a global response to a horror earthquake feared to have killed more than 100000 people.US President Barack Obama spearheading international efforts ordered a sweeping military and civilian operation as governments and aid groups unlocked funds and appeals were launched on an array of Internet sites.Much of the capital of the destitute Caribbean nation was reduced to rubble by Tuesday's 7.0-magnitude quake but the airport was operational allowing international relief by air as well as sea."I have directed my administration to respond with a swift coordinated and aggressive effort to save lives" Obama said as US civilian and military experts began landing in Haiti and US aircraft searched for survivors."The people of Haiti will have the full support of the United States in the urgent effort to rescue those trapped beneath the rubble and to deliver the humanitarian relief food water and medicine that Haitians will need.""The priority is to find survivors" Elisabeth Byrs a spokeswoman for the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said as the UN mobilised search and rescue teams."We are working against the clock" she said."We don't have a clear assessment right now of what the situation on the ground is" he said.The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier was en route and set to arrive Thursday while destroyers and more Coast Guard ships were on the wayThe World Bank said it would provide an extra 100 million dollars in aid to Haiti which has long suffered unrest crime political tumult and natural disasters."This is a shocking event and it is crucial that the international community supports the Haitian people at this critical time" said Robert Zoellick president of the 186-nation development lender.The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said it was gearing up to help a "maximum of three million people" based on numbers on the ground and was drawing on emergency stocks in Haiti.The Red Cross launched a 10-million-dollar appeal for donations and the World Food Programme said it could quickly provide 15000 tonnes of food.The World Health Organization deployed specialists to help handle mass casualties and corpses warning of the danger of communicable diseases such as diarrhea.Latin American nations many with experience of earthquakes and with UN peacekeepers in Haiti scrambled to help.Cuba which felt the quake sent 30 doctors to add to its medical staff already in Haiti. Brazil said it was sending 10 million dollars in immediate aid while Peru Venezuela Mexico Colombia Guatamala and Chile also promised help.Canada readied two warships helicopters and planes with supplies as well as a large relief and rescue force.From the Asia-Pacific Australia pledged nine million dollars. Taiwan whose ambassador to Haiti was hurt in the quake South Korea and New Zealand also offered aid.In Europe the European Commission released three million euros in emergency assistance while Britain France Germany Italy the Netherlands and Spain all volunteered help. A plane carrying search and rescue teams left from Moscow and Russia pledged to send a field hospital.Aid organizations impromptu groups and individuals used the Internet and Twitter to make rally donations bolstering their messages with harrowing footage from Haiti's ruins.Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa whose country was at the center of the 2004 Asian tsunami which killed more than 220000 people appealed for the world to help Haiti at a meeting of Asian ministers."As a country that has been itself devastated by similar situations we are absolutely saddened... We call on the international community including ourself to do what it can to assist them" he said.Japan pledged to help Haiti but said it was still studying how much financial and technical assistance to give a government spokesman said.Copyright ゥ 2010 AFP. All rights reserved.ゥAFP: The information provided in this product is for personal use only. None of it may be reproduced in any form whatsoever without the express permission of Agence France-Presse.

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4.UNICEF rushing supplies to quake-stricken Haiti,UNICEF
RV=283.8 2010/01/14 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,World

NEW YORK 13 January 2010 – UNICEF is rushing life-saving supplies into the hardest-hit communities in Haiti.UNICEF's response coordinated with other UN agencies and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent is aimed at the children and women who are the most vulnerable in times of crisis. Children under 18 make up nearly 50 per cent of the 10 million population of Haiti.In the town of Jacmel this evening 2500 kitchen kits and 5000 1 litre bags of water will be distributed to enable the local population to prepare the food supplies by the World Food Programme.A cargo plane will land this evening containing $500000 of supplies to assist 10000 people including oral rehydration salts to combat deadly diarrhea episodes water purifications tablets tarpaulins and tents to provide temporary housing.Another chartered cargo plane is expected to land tomorrow with more tarpaulins blankets emergency health kits jerry cans and some other supplies.UNICEF has released a total of $3.4 million toward the relief efforts from several emergency sources. The agency says that more funding basic medical and health supplies family kits/shelter and water hygiene and sanitation supplies are urgently needed.About UNICEF UNICEF is on the ground in over 150 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive from early childhood through adolescence. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries UNICEF supports child health and nutrition good water and sanitation quality basic education for all boys and girls and the protection of children from violence exploitation and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals businesses foundations and governments.For more information please contact:Christopher de Bono UNICEF Media New York Tel + 1 212 303 7984 E-mail: cdebono@unicef.orgPatrick McCormick UNICEF Media New York Tel + 1 212-326-7426 E-mail: pmccormick@unicef.org

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5.HAITI: Tracing the missing and the dead,IRIN
RV=272.5 2010/01/14 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,save

DAKAR 14 January 2010 (IRIN) - Some 2000 people have registered the names of missing relatives on the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) family links website set up on 13 January to help families trace loved ones after Haiti's catastrophic earthquake that left tens of thousands dead and many more missing. LINK http://www.icrc.org/web/doc/siterfl0.nsf/htmlall/familylinks-haiti-engPeople in Haiti and abroad can register on the site the names of relatives they are trying to contact and responses will be posted as they come in. Local hospitals schools and other institutions can also post names of people found alive injured or dead said ICRC spokesperson Anna Schaff.Individuals have also set up websites to trace missing relatives and friends. http://koneksyon.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=59&page=2Two ICRC tracing specialists were due to arrive in Haiti on 14 January to evaluate the situation and set up tracing systems. "We will go where the people are be they in camps nearby fields schools or other locations" Schaff told IRIN.The biggest concern is to identify and register children who have been separated from their families or orphaned Matt Wingate emergency coordinator with Save the Children said."Family tracing is the number-one protection priority for now. The clock starts ticking from day one . We don't yet know the number of lives lost but many of them will be parents . and many other children will be separated. The vulnerability of children in the immediate aftermath of this crisis is at an unprecedented scale for Haiti."The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) is setting up its emergency operation while a Save the Children child protection team is en route to Haiti with family tracing kits which include cameras computers communications equipment and identification badges and bracelets."Thousands [of children] will have lost all contact with their families . and are now struggling to survive in the rubble" Save the Children said in a 14 January communiqu・ "They are sleeping on their own trying to cope with the trauma ... and will have no idea where to go for help."Child protection agencies including Save the Children and UNICEF will coordinate with the government ICRC and other agencies to register children trace and verify families and find appropriate foster care or alternative solutions where needed Wingate said.The death toll from the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that hit the capital Port-au-Prince on 12 January has been estimated at between 45000 and 50000 by the Haitian Red Cross news agencies reported.aj/np/oa[END]A selection of IRIN reports are posted on ReliefWeb. Find more IRIN news and analysis at http://www.irinnews.org Une s駘ection d'articles d'IRIN sont publi駸 sur ReliefWeb. Trouvez d'autres articles et analyses d'IRIN sur http://www.irinnews.orgThis article does not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or its agencies. Refer to the IRIN copyright page for conditions of use.Cet article ne refl鑼e pas n馗essairement les vues des Nations Unies. Voir IRIN droits d'auteur pour les conditions d'utilisation.

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1.Estonia Allocates Additional Aid for Victims of Haiti Earthquake,Govt. Estonia
RV=335.6 2010/01/15 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,technology,child,UNICEF

Nr 14-EThe Foreign Ministry is donating an additional 1.5 million kroons through the International Red Cross to help the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Currently Estonia's aid to Haiti totals 3.5 million kroons (223 690 EUR) of which 2.5 million is financial aid through the Red Cross and 1 million is to send experts to the crisis region to help. The money to alleviate the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti is being allocated from the Foreign Ministry's funds for development and humanitarian aid.Foreing Minister Urmas Paet stated that the situation in Haiti is becoming increasingly more complicated and therefore it is important that help reaches those who need it as soon as possible. "Estonia is sending an IT expert and a three-member logistics team with supplies to Haiti to help support the activities of international organisations on site" stated Foreign Minister Paet. The Estonian experts will travel to the crisis region along with experts from the Nordic countries within the framework of International Humanitarian Partnership.On Thursday 14 January the Foreign Ministry decided to allocate one million kroons to alleviate the situation in Haiti. Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that Haiti's need for aid is great which is why the Foreign Ministry decided to contribute an addition 1.5 million kroons in aid through the Red Cross.Gert Teder a member of the Estonian Rescue Service was among the European Union evaluation team that travelled to Haiti on Wednesday 13 January. The purpose of the team sent within the framework of the civil protection mechanism is to evaluate the needs of those who have been injured and co-ordinate the arriving aid. The European Union evaluation team sent to Haiti includes representatives from six nations.The entire international community has rushed to the aid of Haiti which is suffering in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake. International organisations have launched extensive aid operations in Haiti. The victims of the earthquake are lacking in medical supplies food and drinking water and thousands are without shelter. Access to the disaster zone is also difficult. Haiti needs medical equipment search and rescue technology and means of communication.High Representative for Foreign Affairs of the European Union Catherine Ashton has called upon all the European Union development ministers to meet in Brussels on Monday 18 January to discuss matters related to the humanitarian disaster in Haiti and opportunities to alleviate the situation.It is also possible to make voluntary donations to help alleviate the situation in Haiti. The following organisations have announced the launch of aid operations: the International Red Cross the World Food Programme (WFP) UNICEF the World Health Organisation (WHO) the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and many other international organisation and non-profits. UNICEF is focusing first and foremost on helping children in Haiti the IOM is working to offer temporary shelter to thousands of Port-au-Prince residents who have lost their homes and the Red Cross and WHO and attempting to provide first aid to the injured. They are all in need of funds for procuring medicine drinking water tents or other necessary supplies. In Estonia donations are being collected by the Estonian Red Cross and the Estonian National Committee for UNICEF.Donations can be made to:Estonian Red Cross: SWEDBANK 1180001436 and SEB 10220039608010 subject "Haiti maav舐in"Estonian National Committee for UNICEF: SEB 10052039502009 subject "Haiti"IOM: http://www.iom.int/jahia/jsp/index.jspIFRC: http://donate.ifrc.org/UNICEF: http://www.supportunicef.org/site/pp.asp?c=9fLEJSOALpE&b=1023561WFP: https://donate.wfp.org/supporter/donatenow.do?n=gbss&dfdbid=1044253SPOKESPERSONエS OFFICE+372 637 7654+372 521 3085pressitalitus@mfa.ee

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2.DEC: Emergency aid arriving in Haiti,DEC
RV=292.8 2010/01/15 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,body,Vision

Emergency aid is beginning to get through to earthquake-ravaged Haiti said the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) today with more to come tomorrow and the next few days.Tools to help with search and rescue blankets hygiene kits and tarpaulins to shelter people are among the emergency items already delivered by DEC member agencies. Water sanitation health and shelter equipment will also be flown in from the UK tomorrow. A 300-bed field hospital is due for delivery later today along with 3000 body bags and chlorine for water treatment.DEC member agency teams were responding to the crisis within hours of the earthquake which has claimed tens of thousands of lives and devastated swathes of the capital of Port-au-Prince. Assessments on the ground to identify urgent needs and co-ordinate responses are taking place with preparations for more aid to be delivered to the poorest country in the western hemisphere ongoing.DEC Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"Aid workers on the ground have worked in tremendously difficult conditions with sporadic communications and goods bottle-necking in the capital's battered airport. However aid is arriving at the airport and from across the border with the Dominican Republic - and we can expect more and more to arrive over the next few days."The humanitarian response required is enormous with the true scale of the horror still unknown. The UK public can help us meet this desperate need by donating to our appeal so that we can ensure life-saving aid continues to reach where it is needed."The DEC launched its Haiti appeal two days ago after the earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter Scale struck the country. Many DEC members already had a presence in Haiti before the earthquake so have the experience local knowledge and links with local partners and community groups to ensure that emergency assistance can be delivered despite the scale of the catastrophe.Examples of what donations will go to include:」25 will supply a kit of household essentials.」50 buys a food pack to feed a family for a fortnight.」100 provides temporary shelter for two families.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:キ To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.キ Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.キ The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.キ The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.Please donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead many more injured many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.

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3.Desperate Haitians clamor for aid days after quake,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=289.3 2010/01/15 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,body,child

* Traumatized survivors begging for food and water* International aid getting through slowly* Frustrated survivors block roads with corpses* Troops doctors planes full of food head for Haiti(Adds details Cuba to let U.S quake relief flights through airspace)By Catherine Bremer and Andrew CawthornePORT-AU-PRINCE Jan 15 (Reuters) - Thousands of people left hurt or homeless in Haiti's earthquake spent a third night lying on sidewalks and clamored for help on Friday as their despair turned to anger and aftershocks rippled through the wrecked city.Governments across the world are pouring relief supplies and medical teams into the quake-hit Caribbean state -- already the poorest in the Western Hemisphere. But huge logistical hurdles and the sheer scale of the destruction mean aid is still not reaching hundreds of thousands of hurt and homeless people in the devastated coastal capital Port-au-Prince."These people have lost everything They have nothing. They have been waiting for two days now. No one is helping us. Please bring us water or people will die soon" said Renelde Lamarque who has opened his home yard to about 500 quake victims in the devastated Fort National neighborhood.Raggedly dressed survivors held out their arms to a reporter begging for food and water.Tens of thousands are feared dead from Tuesday's quake and dangerous aftershocks still ripple every few hours through the city dislodging debris and increasing the anguish of people already traumatized by death and injury on a massive scale.A big aftershock jolted buildings at about 5 a.m (1000 GMT) on Friday causing fresh alarm.Relief workers said some aid was trickling through to people but in haphazard fashion and they said coordination was desperately needed. "Some aid is slowly getting through but not to many people" said Margaret Aguirre a senior official with International Medical Corps.But as the risk of starvation and disease increased in shattered streets strewn with rubble garbage and rotting bodies most Haitians said they had still received nothing."I haven't eaten since the day before yesterday we've lost our house we've nothing to eat nobody has come we've seen nobody not even a minister or a senator" said Bertilie Francis 43 who was with her three children."We are here by the Grace of God nobody else" she said.In one part of Port-au-Prince on Thursday desperate Haitians blocked streets with corpses in a protest to demand quicker relief efforts witnesses said.Aguirre said aid agencies were discussing setting up a central refugee camp to try to group a multitude of victims' settlements springing up all over Port-au Prince."The key is the coordination. So many relief workers are just out of the picture. We want to avoid people just running round doing their own thing" she said.PRAYERS GROANS AND WAILSIn a sign that international relief efforts cut across ideological differences communist-led Cuba agreed to let the U.S. military use restricted Cuban air space for medical evacuation flights carrying Haitian earthquake victims sharply reducing the flight time to Miami a U.S. official said.United Nations disaster experts said at least 10 percent of housing in the Haitian capital was destroyed making about 300000 homeless but in some areas 50 percent of buildings were destroyed or badly damaged.U.N. aid agencies were to launch an emergency appeal for approximately $550 million on Friday to help survivors.The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti which has lost at least 36 of its personnel in the quake was trying to provide some basic coordination from an office near the airport.In the capital overnight an eerie chorus of hymns prayers groans and wails of mourning mixed with the barking of terrified dogs echoed over the hilly neighborhoods.Bodies lay all around the hilly city and people covered their noses with cloth to block the stench of death. Corpses were piled on pickup trucks and delivered to the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince where hospital director Guy LaRoche estimated the bodies piled outside the morgue numbered 1500.Three days after disaster struck masses of people clamored for food and water as well as help in digging out relatives still missing under the rubble.Angry survivors built the roadblocks with corpses as aid committed from 30 countries began arriving in Port-au-Prince in dozens of planes that clogged the city's small airport.Shaul Schwarz a photographer for TIME magazine said he saw at least two downtown roadblocks formed with bodies of earthquake victims and rocks. "They are starting to block the roads with bodies. It's getting ugly out there. People are fed up with getting no help" he told Reuters.The presidential palace the parliament the cathedral and many government buildings collapsed. The main prison also fell allowing dangerous criminals to escape.AIRPORT BOTTLENECKU.S. forces were trying to step up operations at the airport in order to get more supplies into the country.The Haitian Red Cross said it believed 45000 to 50000 people had died and 3 million more -- one third of Haiti's population -- were hurt or left homeless by the major 7.0 magnitude quake that hit its impoverished capital on Tuesday."We have already buried 7000 in a mass grave" President Rene Preval said.The Haitian Red Cross said it had run out of body bags.Doctors in Haiti were ill-equipped to treat the injured. Relief workers warned that many more people will die if the injured many with broken bones and serious loss of blood do not get first aid in the next day or so.Planes full of supplies and search and rescue equipment began to arrive at Port-au-Prince airport on Thursday faster than ground crews could unload them jamming the limited ramp space and forcing arriving aircraft to circle for up to two hours before landing.U.S. President Barack Obama pledged an initial $100 million for Haiti quake relief and enlisted former U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to help raise more vowing to the Haitian people: "You will not be forsaken." The United States was sending 3500 soldiers 300 medical personnel several ships and 2200 Marines to Haiti.The U.S. Navy said its nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson will arrive on Friday to serve as a "floating airport" for relief operations by its 19 helicopters.Nations around the world pitched in to send rescue teams with search dogs and heavy equipment helicopters tents water purification units food doctors and telecoms teams. But aid distribution was hampered because roads were blocked by rubble and smashed cars and normal communications were cut off. (Additional reporting by Tom Brown Kena Betancur and Carlos Barria in Port-au-Prince Stephanie Nebehay in Geneva and Steve Holland in Washington; writing by Anthony Boadle and Pascal Fletcher; editing by Vicki Allen and Eric Beech) For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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4.FACTBOX-Companies offer aid to Haiti after earthquake 15 Jan,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=280.7 2010/01/15 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,UNICEF

Source: Reuters- Yum Brands Inc <YUM.N> said it is directing $500000 from its World Hunger Relief global effort to provide food for the earthquake victims.- Morgan Stanley will contribute $1 million to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief and Development Fund to support relief efforts in Haiti.- Investment bank Jefferies Group Inc said it will donate all net commission revenue globally and volunteered salaries for the day on Jan. 15 plus $1 million for relief efforts.The bank said the contribution will be split evenly between The American Red Cross UNICEF Save the Children and the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF).- Google Inc <GOOG.O> is donating $1 million to organizations engaged in disaster response in Haiti and has published a link on its home page directing users to a page with information on how to make donations.- U.S. health insurer Aetna Inc said The Aetna Foundation has initiated a dollar-for-dollar match for employee disaster relief donations for relief efforts.Aetnas Community Relations group has activated its 47 Aetna Volunteer Councils to engage with relief agencies to respond to this disaster by collecting goods and funds.- Nestle Waters North America will donate $1 million in bottled water products to support disaster relief efforts.- Digicel Group a mobile phone operator in Haiti is donating $5 million in cash toward relief efforts.- Eli Lilly & Co <LLY.N> will provide $250000 in direct cash contributions and said it will also match contributions of its U.S. employees up to a total of $250000.- Verizon Wireless said its customers have pledged more than $1 million by texting HAITI to 90999. It said all mobile texters in the United States have contributed more than $4 million to the Red Cross relief for Haiti campaign.- AT&T Inc said The AT&T Foundation is providing a $50000 donation to Telecoms Sans Frontieres (TSF) to support their relief work on disasters in Haiti.Wireless customers of AT&T can donate $10 by texting HAITI to 90999.- Deutsche Post DHL the express mail and logistics services group said it has sent in the first logistics team for on-the-ground logistics support to the relief effort in Haiti.- Rogers Communications will contribute $250000 in funds and goods to Partners In Health: Haiti and other relief organizations. It said Rogers Wireless and Fido customers can donate C$5 by texting HELP to 1291.- CIBC and FirstCaribbean International Bank will donate C$100000 to the Haiti earthquake relief efforts.- Goldman Sachs & Co is contributing $1 million to the relief efforts in Haiti through American Red Cross for the Haitian Relief and Development Fund CARE and other organizations.- Target Corp will donate $500000 to the American Red Cross to assist with disaster recovery in Haiti.- Procter & Gamble Co said it will provide at least 2 million packets of PUR Purifier of Water through our Children's Safe Drinking Water partners. It said Duracell has already provided $200000 worth of batteries and flashlights for donation.- National Bank of Canada will contribute up to C$250000 to the Canadian Red Cross. National Bank MasterCard cardholders can exchange reward points free of charge for a cash donation to the Canadian Red Cross by calling 514-847-8280 or 1-800-341-8083.- The New York Yankees will donate $500000 in support of rescue and relief efforts.- FedEx Corp is working with international relief groups including the Red Cross to fly supplies to Haiti.- United Parcel Service Inc which participates in a World Food Program that helps coordinate delivery of aid to disaster zones said it expects to have its volunteers in the program called up soon. It will also provide $1 million in aid half in cash and half in services.- 3M Co which makes bandages and other products used in skin and wound care is working with relief agencies to see what medical products it can provide. 3M said it would likely also make a monetary contribution.For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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5.Aid begins to arrive in Haiti for earthquake survivors in dire need,UNICEF
RV=280.7 2010/01/15 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,child,UNICEF

By Tim LedwithNEW YORK USA 14 January 2010 – UNICEF is part of a massive international relief effort now under way to assist up to 3.5 million people affected by Tuesday's 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Haiti. VIDEO: Watch nowAUDIO: Listen nowBut while essential supplies from UNICEF its UN partners and other humanitarian agencies have started arriving in quake-shattered communities the survivors' dire needs severely outpace available resources on the ground. Meanwhile aid agencies themselves have suffered significant losses of staff and facilities. For the first time today UNICEF was able to contact all of its staff members in the country. "They are safe and sound" said UNICEF Director of Emergency Programmes Louis-Georges Arsenault. "But it's very very dreadful for them because they are all sleeping on the floor. They have very little capacity to operate." Relief effort launchedOverall casualty estimates in Haiti are high as search and rescue teams comb the rubble for survivors. And the number of deaths is likely to increase without more medical aid food safe water sanitation supplies and shelter materials. UNICEF has released a total of $3.4 million in emergency funding for Haitian quake relief while the United Nations as a whole has released $10 million from its Central Emergency Response Fund. Even more funding will be needed for relief and recovery in the coming days and weeks however. In a commentary posted today by CNN International UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow addressed the funding issue. She urged her fellow citizens to give generously in support of the quake response with a focus on children who comprise nearly half of Haiti's population of 10 million. "In any disaster children are the most vulnerable" wrote Ms. Farrow who visited Haiti for UNICEF during the devastating 2008 hurricane season there. "We have the power to ensure that this particularly merciless act of nature does not steal any more than it already has from children whose lives were so precarious to begin with."First shipment of aidAid delivery poses yet another challenge with roads electric power sources communications systems and other infrastructure destroyed in many areas.Last night a cargo plane provided by the Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies landed in Santo Domingo the capital of the Dominican Republic with UNICEF supplies bound for Haitian quake victims. On board were water-purification tablets tarpaulins and tents for temporary housing and oral rehydration salts to combat the effects of diarrhoea caused by contaminated water. The supplies were to be trucked over the border into Haiti today.Land sea and airAnother chartered plane from UNICEF's regional supply hub in Panama was scheduled to land this afternoon in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince where the airport is damaged but has been open for humanitarian flights. According to media reports though the airport was temporarily closed this afternoon due to congestion and limited runway space. At this writing it is unclear whether the UNICEF flight will be able to land there.A ship carrying emergency supplies from Panama has arrived in the capital in spite of serious quake damage to the seaport. Additional aid shipments by land sea and air are expected to continue for the foreseeable future. "We have been approached by other partners such as UPS and British Airways" said the Emergency Coordinator at UNICEF's Supply Division Jean-C馘ric Mees. "They will offer us some free space on commercial cargo planes from Europe to Panama or to Miami. From there either through our logistics partners or by our own means we will send them to Port-au-Prince or Santo Domingo."'The devastation is staggering'At a meeting of the UNICEF Executive Board in New York yesterday Haiti's UN Ambassador Hon. L駮 M駻or鑚 formerly a Board Vice-President spoke about the unfolding tragedy in his homeland – and efforts to respond."UNICEF teams are working assiduously in the country" he said "not only in the capital but also in other cities because in addition to Port-au-Prince the major towns in the interior have also suffered."Ambassador M駻or鑚 went on to express his hope that "the situation will be stabilized fairly soon" and his appreciation that UN agencies and other international partners are ready and willing "to assist Haiti in its hour of need."

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1.Estonia Aids Victims of Earthquake in Haiti,Govt. Estonia
RV=298.5 2010/01/16 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,technology,UNICEF

Nr 12-EEstonia is donating one million kroons through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to help alleviate the effects of the earthquake in Haiti. In co-operation with the Interior Ministry and the Estonian Rescue Service the Foreign Ministry will also send an IT expert and likely a logistics team with supplies to help support the activities of international organisations on site. The Estonian experts will travel to the crisis region along with experts from the Nordic countries within the framework of International Humanitarian Partnership.Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that the international organisations that have representatives at the scene have launched extensive aid operations. "Victims of the earthquake are lacking in medical supplies food and drinking water and thousands are without shelter. Access to the disaster zone is also difficult. Haiti needs medical equipment search and rescue technology and means of communications" said Paet. "With the help of their observers international organisations will be able to best assess the situation and the nature of the aid needed. This is why the Foreign Ministry is sending its financial aid through the Red Cross" Paet said explaining Estonia's choice for providing aid.The International Red Cross has sent out its first appeal for help to the extent of 10 million dollars. The aid will we directed towards helping the 20 000 families (100 000 people) affected by the earthquake for the next nine months. The Red Cross also hopes to get the first field hospital working which would be capable of helping at least 50 people at once.Gert Teder a member of the Estonian Rescue Service was among the European Union evaluation team that travelled to Haiti yesterday. The purpose of the team sent within the framework of the civil protection mechanism is to evaluate the needs of those who have been injured and co-ordinate the arriving aid. The European Union evaluation team sent to Haiti includes representatives from six nations.The entire international community has rushed to the aid of Haiti which is suffering in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake. The best opportunity for Estonia and any Estonian citizens to help alleviate the situation is through co-operation with others. In addition to countries and international organisations the following organisations have announced the launch of aid operations: the International Red Cross the World Food Programme (WFP) UNICEF the World Health Organisation (WHO) the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and many other international organisation and non-profits. UNICEF is focusing first and foremost on helping children in Haiti the IOM is working to offer temporary shelter to thousands of Port-au-Prince residents who have lost their homes and the Red Cross and WHO and attempting to provide first aid to the injured. They are all in need of funds for procuring medicine drinking water tents or other necessary supplies. In Estonia donations are being collected by the Estonian Red Cross and the Estonian National Committee for UNICEF.Estonian Red Cross: SWEDBANK 1180001436 and SEB 10220039608010 subject "Haiti maav舐in"Estonian National Committee for UNICEF: SEB 10052039502009 subject "Haiti"IOM: http://www.iom.int/jahia/jsp/index.jspIFRC: http://donate.ifrc.org/UNICEF: http://www.supportunicef.org/site/pp.asp?c=9fLEJSOALpE&b=1023561WFP: https://donate.wfp.org/supporter/donatenow.do?n=gbss&dfdbid=1044253SPOKESPERSONエS OFFICE+372 637 7654+372 521 3085pressitalitus@mfa.ee

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2.Haiti earthquake - RELIEF EFFORTS BY THE REGION,CARICOM
RV=290.2 2010/01/16 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Adra,body

Caribbean countries react to devastation in HaitiPORT OF SPAIN Trinidad CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries were on Wednesday reacting to the trail of death and destruction caused by the powerful earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday.Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana both announced one million US dollars each in immediate relief to Port au Prince while St. Lucia said it would provide assistance under the wider CARICOM initiative.Jamaica has said that it will "respond immediately in whatever way it can".http://www.cananews.net/news/127/ARTICLE/45475/2010-01-13.htmlCDB provides financial aid to earthquake hit HaitiBRIDGETOWN Barbados CMC – The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) said Wednesday it would provide nearly one million US dollars in immediate relief to Haiti following the widespread devastation caused by the powerful earthquake that hit the country on Tuesday.CDB the region's premier development financial institution said that it would provide US$200000 for portable water food medicines and temporary shelter while US$500000 would go towards the restoration of critical facilities and services."In collaboration with our international development partners the Caribbean Development Bank will also address the medium and long-term rehabilitation needs of Haiti" the CDB said expressing sadness at the destruction caused by the quake that registered 7.3 on the Richter Scale.http://www.cananews.net/news/127/ARTICLE/45472/2010-01-13.htmlGov't pledges US$1M in Haiti reliefGEORGETOWN Guyana Stabroek News - Guyana has pledged US$1 million in assistance to Haiti following the major earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation on Tuesday.President Bharrat Jagdeo made the announcement in a statement yesterday and later met with political parties religious organisations and non-governmental organizations to coordinate a national response to aid in recovery efforts. Minister of Human Services Priya Manickchand has been named chair of the multi-stakeholder committee."I am deeply shocked and saddened at the extent of the destruction caused by the catastrophic earthquake which devastated our sister nation of Haiti yesterday. The haunting images of bodies injured persons and ruined buildings struck a chord of compassion throughout our nation for the people of Haiti" said Jagdeo.Persons desirous of contributing can do so at the National Committee for Guyana's Assistance to Haiti by calling telephone number (592) 226 4080.http://www.stabroeknews.com/2010/stories/01/14/gov%e2%80%99t-pledges-us1m-in-haiti-relief/Jamaica joins Haiti relief effortsKINGSTON Jamaica Observer - JAMAICA has joined scores of countries sending relief supplies to Haiti to help millions of people displaced by the magnitude 7.0 earthquake which struck the impoverished nation on Tuesday leaving thousands dead or injured in its wake.Between last night and this morning a team of 150 Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldiers were set to leave for Haiti to bring supplies as well as to help in the reconstruction efforts.The supplies include generators collapsible water containers mattresses water purification tablets and general purpose tents. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/help-for-Haiti----p-4-5----Thur--Jan-14--2009---Lead_7325219Dominica -Government agrees to six month waiver for illegal HaitiansROSEAU Dominica CMC – Haitian nationals currently living in Dominica under illegal circumstances need not worry about the threat of deportation for the next six months.The Government of Dominica announced Thursday it would automatically extend the stay of all Haitians already on island by an additional six months until the situation in Haiti stabilises.Dominica is now home to hundreds of Haitian immigrants who work a variety of odd jobs as handymen tailors barbers and farm hands. http://www.cananews.net/news/127/ARTICLE/45493/2010-01-14.htmlAir Jamaica airlift from Haiti beginsKINGSTON Jamaica Observer - THE first Air Jamaica flight to airlift nationals from Haiti left Norman Manley International Airport this morning.The first flight was scheduled to return from Port-au-Prince at 5:30 am and the second at midday. However chaos on the ground has forced delays Minister of Information Daryl Vaz told Nationwide radio this morning.All customs and immigration regulations have been suspended to allow Jamaicans in Haiti to take the flights home. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestnews/Air-Jamaica-airlift-from-Haiti-beginsCARICOM to announce Haiti aidKINGSTON Jamaica Observer - THE Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is expected to announce today the region's response to Tuesday's devastating earthquake in Haiti.High-level members of CARICOM including CARICOMChairman Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit General Secretary Edwin Carrington and Prime Minister of Barbados David Thompson met at Jamaica House in Kingston last night."The meeting will be to discuss Caricom's response" Information Minister Daryl Vaz told the Observer last night.Jamaica has been chosen as the regional hub for the relief effort in the impoverished nation which is located to the north-east of Jamaica.Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Dr Kenneth Baugh said Jamaica will also be the refuelling point for aircraft taking relief supplies and personnel to Haiti.He said the country will waive navigational and landing fees for such aircraft operators of which will cover their refuelling costs. Adequate warehouse facilities for the sorting and temporary storage of relief items are being provided at both international airports.Charity organisations play their part :* Jamaica Red Cross is to send a contingent of trained and qualified people to support the relief efforts.* Food For The Poor Jamaica is also offering logistical and technical support.Financial institutions join in relief efforts* First Caribbean International Bank has joined its parent company CIBC in donating a combined CA$100000 to the Haiti earthquake relief efforts. Donations to the Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund can be made at any FirstCaribbean branch across the Caribbean.* Royal Bank of Canada parent company of RBTT Financial Group yesterday announced a CA$100000 donation to the Red Cross to support relief and humanitarian efforts in Haiti.* All Scotiabank branches and locations are acting as collection points for non-perishable food items clothing and bottled water. All Jamaicans are being invited to drop off donations at any of their 40 locations across the island.* Accounts have been opened at Scotiabank and the National Commercial bank to accept donations on behalf of the Red Cross and the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management respectively.* NEM Insurance Company has committed to donating three container loads of 'Wata' to Haiti.Doctors on callDr Winston De La Haye president of the Medical Association of Jamaica says the association is awaiting word from the Ministry of Health and the Jamaica Defence Force to determine how best to help in the provision of medical assistance to the thousands of injured.http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/Caricom-s-Haiti-meeting--Fri--Jan-15--2010_7329085MAJ offers help with emergency radio broadcast systemKINGSTON Jamaica Observer - THE Media Association Jamaica Limited (MAJ) yesterday offered to help Haiti in establishing an emergency radio broadcasting system in the earthquake-wrecked capital Port-au-Prince.The MAJ in a press release yesterday said it advised the minister with responsibility for information Daryl Vaz to make an offer to Haitian authorities for the assistance with the emergency radio broadcasting system."Several of the radio members of the association have agreed to combine efforts to put together a small studio and FM transmitter system to re-establish some type of radio information system in Haiti" the MAJ said.The association said the minister had agreed that on the trip by Prime Minister Bruce Golding yesterday afternoon the offer would be made and a response provided to the MAJ. The MAJ members also said they would provide the technical support at short notice to get the project going.http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/maj-offer--jan-15--2009_7329009Health personnel leave for HaitiKINGSTON Jamaica Gleaner - A team of medical and health personnel from the Health Ministry is expected to leave the island today for Haiti.The health minister Ruddy Spencer said the 20-member team comprises doctors nurses emergency medical technicians and public health inspectors.A group of volunteer doctors from the Jamaica Medical Doctors' Association (JMDA) along with private partners will also be going to Haiti today.JMDA president Dr Shane Alexis said the group was moved by the devastation.The Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) has also opened up its offices in Mandeville Port Maria Montego Bay and Kingston as relief collection centers.JTA president Michael Stewart said all donations must reach the offices by January 29.He said the JTA will also be seeking to raise money for the Haitian survivors.http://go-jamaica.com/news/read_article.php?id=16041'Culture' in big Haiti fund drivePORT OF Spain Trinidad Express - The local cultural fraternity is coming to the aid of the people of Haiti offering proceeds from various Carnival events to assist the earthquake-hit country.Leading the way is the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation which on Wednesday opened its flagship calypso tent Kaiso House at the Strand entertainment complex. TUCO president Eric 'Pink Panther' Taylor announced that all proceeds from that night's show will go towards a fund for Haiti.The Caribbean Prestige Foundation producers of the International Soca Monarch competition has pledged $2 from each ticket purchased for the finals of this year's Soca Monarch finals towards Haiti. The Southex events planning company which holds the Chutney Soca Monarch Competition donated $20000 to the Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund.Woodford Caf・at MovieTowne in Port of Spain has already organised a benefit event to raise funds. This takes place on Wednesday January 20 and will feature patrons participating in the weekly Karaoke Night which this time around will include participation by several soca reggae and alternative artistes.The $40 cover charge will go into the Voices for Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund. Special bins will also be place at Woodford Caf・for people to drop off canned food clothing and other items that will be given to the Red Cross for distribution in Haiti.Pan Trinbago issued a statement expressing regret over the catastrophe and pledged to play a part in 'bringing some measure of relief to the people of Haiti in their hour of need'. The release also stated that Pan Trinbago will be working with its member bands to determine the role the organisation will play.http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_news?id=161582463Manning: Fast ferry option to transport suppliesPORT OF Spain Trinidad Express - A plan to use one of the nation's inter-island fast ferries to transport relief supplies to Haiti is now being considered by Cabinet.Prime Minister Patrick Manning made the disclosure yesterday as he said this country does not have any military naval assets to transport relief supplies in any large quantities to Haiti which suffered a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday killing thousands according to the Red Cross.'What we do have are fast ferries that operate between Trinidad and Tobago that have tremendous capacity and one of the options available to us is to divert one of those boats temporarily and very temporarily to take stuff to Haiti as part of the relief effort' Manning said.He did so during yesterday's post-Cabinet news conference at the Diplomatic Centre St Ann's where he said the Government is trying to determine exactly how to best send the US$1 million ($6.3 million) this country has pledged towards relief efforts in the fellow Caribbean Community (CARICOM) state.'All of those things are by no means clear...It may well be that the (US)$1 million that we are contributing at this time should go to the International Red Cross as part of the help we don't know but all of that will work out' Manning said.He said he is yet to make contact with Haiti's President Rene Preval but announced a CARICOM mission that includes Jamaica Prime Minister Bruce Golding and a team from the Regional Security System based in Barbados was on its way to Haiti to assess the situation on the ground. When they return from that country 'we will formulate a position that CARICOM will take' including the deployment of any regional troops.'If the Government of Trinidad and Tobago is called upon to send troops to Haiti then I don't see we have a choice to do just that' Manning said.Manning said the CARICOM mission's report will also determine whether this country would increases its $6.3 million pledge towards the Haiti relief effort as he expressed this nation's sympathies towards the Haitian people. Manning said Cabinet hopes to have 'an indication' today on how best to ensure that the collection of food clothing and money from the public for those now suffering in Haiti is properly organised.http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_news?id=161582475T&T rushes to send helpPORT OF Spain Trinidad Express - OCM stations to broadcast 4-hr radiothon HELP is on the way for quake-stricken Haiti.This was the assurance given by several local businesses and non-governmental organisations who have been working around the clock searching for a way to get food and other basic necessities to the island since the 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit on Tuesday.Among them are Scotiabank First Citizens One Caribbean Media Blue Waters the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and Non-Governmental Organisations (Fitun) Royal Bank of Canada (parent company of RBTT Financial Group) Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Trinidad Chapter Congress of the People and the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (Doma).Doma president Gregory Aboud said yesterday the group intended to team up with the largest international relief and development organisation in the United States Food for the Poor to get supplies to Haiti.Located in Miami Food for the Poor is an inter-denominational Christian agency that feeds millions of hungry poor in 17 countries within the Caribbean and Latin America. Their website www.foodforthepoor.org stated they also provided emergency relief assistance clean water medicines educational materials homes support for orphans and the aged skills training and micro-enterprise development assistance with more than 96 per cent of all donations going directly to programmes that help the poor.'They have been doing this for a long while and we thought that they were the better choice because we want to ensure that what we send reaches the people' Aboud said. Teaming up with the YMCA Aboud said they are using YMCA's facilities on Benbow Road Port of Spain as a depository 'to receive the donations'.With the most urgent needs identified by the Red Cross being intensified search-and-rescue efforts field hospitals emergency health services water purification emergency shelter logistics and telecommunications the Royal Bank of Canada has requested that where appropriate its donation to the Red Cross be directed to ensuring survivors have access to clean drinking water.Blue Waters chairman Dominic Hadeed told the Express during a telephone interview that his company was organising to send several containers of water to Haiti and that shipment would go out as soon as the ports have been declared passable.'We are also going to be working with Food for the Poor and will be looking at other ways to get more products into the country' he said.Meanwhile the One Caribbean Media (OCM) network radio stations are hosting a four-hour-long 'radiothon' on Saturday from 8 a.m. called 'Help Haiti Now' to collect money. OCM is the parent company of the Express newspapers and TV6.The OCM network stations are heard in Grenada St Lucia Barbados Antigua St Kitts Montserrat and Trinidad and Tobago. All the OCM Network studios in the Caribbean will be connected on Saturday morning for this historic event.'Big George' Wayne LeBlanc will be at the Hott 93 studios in Trinidad along with Warren P also of Hott 93 JGP of GEM Radio and Patrice of GEM Radio.The Hott 93 announcers are currently mobilising artistes and other popular personalities to come to the studios on Saturday to be part of the effort.http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_news?id=161582477Chefette donates $20 000BRIDGETOWN Barbados Nation News - CHEFETTE RESTAURANTS the largest restaurant chain in Barbados has quickly responded to pleas for humanitarian assistance for the people of Haiti.Following Tuesday's devastating earthquake Chefette yesterday donated $20 000 to the Haiti Relief Fund at a presentation ceremony at Starcom Network River Road St Michael.Chefette's managing director Ryan Haloute said their prayers were with all those suffering families in Haiti.He praised Starcom Network's chief executive officer Vic Fernandes for initiating the Haiti Relief Fund. Haloute encouraged other corporate entities to assist as much as possible by pledging their financial support during the radiothon entitled Help Haiti Now! which will be aired tomorrow on all Starcom Network stations from 8 a.m. until noon. (PR)http://www.nationnews.com/news/local/haitian-donation-copy-for-webRelief on the wayBRIDGETOWN Barbados Nation News - ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO for Barbados to unleash its support to earthquake-ravaged Haitians.Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner told the Press at Government Headquarters yesterday evening that starting today volunteers would be stationed at Kensington Oval Fontabelle St Michael operating hotlines and setting up a computer database to track donated goods.She was appointed by Prime Minister David Thompson to spearhead The Barbados National Coordinated Effort to help people in Haiti that was hit by an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale on Tuesday."A cadre of volunteers worked for Cricket World Cup. That system is still in place. The facility at Kensington Oval is already wired for multiple phone lines and computers."We need them because I have had a myriad of calls here [Government Headquarters] and it is physically impossible for this office to manage the process" she said.Two bank accounts have also been set up by Government one at Barbados National Bank (BNB) and another at FirstCaribbean International Bank for money donations."Money goes into those accounts which is the Government Treasury Account and then we wait for the needs assessment [from Haiti] and channel it through agencies like the United Nations which have humanitarian workers in Haiti who know where that money is to be spent" Sandiford-Garner stated.The senator who is Parliamentary Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office said the Super Centre and Popular Discount supermarket chains had been earmarked as collection points for the donation of goods."I'm sure that others would come on board as we want a good geographical distribution of supermarkets. We are advising Barbadians to carry a list of what they take because we want transparency to be evident."We have also finalised 8 000 square feet [of space] in Barbarees Hill [St Michael] at the R.L. Seale warehouse and a BIDC [Barbados Investment & Development Corporation] warehouse in St Philip that can facilitate the storage of the items."We have the Barbados Defence Force [BDF] and the [Royal Barbados] Police Force to assist us with security and the BDF would be assisting with transporting goods from the collection points to the storage points" she added.Also the University of the West Indies Cave Hill has pledged the services of 120 student volunteers and already has 30 barrels donated by Laparkan located around the campus for collection of goods as well.http://www.nationnews.com/news/local/Haiti-Relief-Effort-on-go-FRONT-PAGE-OTHERRBC launches Haiti fundNASSUA Bahamas Guardian - Corporate Bahamas is moving quickly on the heals of the Haiti disaster with RBC yesterday announcing a $100000 donation to the Red Cross to support relief and humanitarian efforts in Haiti.As of yesterday the commercial bank has made its entire network of branches in The Bahamas the Caribbean and Canada available to receive donations on behalf of the International Red Cross. The donations say executives can be made while customers conduct their regular financial transactions."The Bahamas has very close ties with Haiti and as our neighbors we must support them. I appeal to the public to exercise the generosity that Bahamians are known for and help our brothers and sisters in Haiti" said Nathaniel Beneby Vice President and Country Head RBC Bahamas.The most urgent needs identified by the Red Cross are for search and rescue efforts field hospitals emergency health services water purification emergency shelter logistics and telecommunications. RBC has requested that where appropriate its donation to the Red Cross be directed to ensuring survivors have access to clean drinking water."The International Red Cross is on the ground in Haiti and responding to the needs of the Haitian people as quickly as possible" said Caroline Turnquest Director General of the Bahamas Red Cross. "Support of this effort will require massive resources so we urge you to give with the assurance that the strength and reach of the International Red Cross will make a difference in Haiti immediately during this difficult time."The public is now being invited to visit any RBC Bahamas branch and donate to the Red Cross Haitian Relief Fund via account #2893865 or to the Embassy of Haiti Haitian Relief Fund at account #2892958.http://www.thenassauguardian.com/bixex/304876905267462.phpHaitian migrants releasedNASSUA Bahamas Guardian - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham announced last night that as a result of the earthquake that leveled Haiti's capital city of Port-au-Prince on Tuesday all the illegal Haitian migrants at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre will be released and given some sort of temporary residency status.Ingraham also said that the Department of Immigration would not be seeking to apprehend any illegal Haitian nationals for the time being.There are currently 115 Haitian nationals being held at the Detention Centre according to immigration officials who also confirmed last night that 40 Haitian nationals have been released since Wednesday."The Department of Immigration will release from the Detention Centre those Haitians who are currently there and give them some temporary status until such time as things have changed" said Ingraham at a news conference at Free National Movement (FNM) headquarters last night."Clearly if people come into The Bahamas and they are apprehended by the Defence Force we would have to take a different course of action. But the Department of Immigration will not be seeking to apprehend Haitians at the moment to send back."As previously reported all repatriation exercises involving illegal Haitian immigrants have also been indefinitely postponed.Immigration officials announced on Wednesday that they were bracing for a possible influx of Haitian immigrants. However last night the prime minister said he was not yet concerned that any mass influx would occur."The part of Haiti that has been devastated by the earthquake is not the part of Haiti that most (and) nearly all Haitians come from to The Bahamas" the prime minister said."The Haitians come from the northern part of Haiti. Most Haitians who come to The Bahamas have never been to Port-au-Prince in their lives. And so I do not have any fear at the moment and concern at the moment for any significant migration of Haitians to The Bahamas because that's not the area that was affected by the earthquake."Ingraham also announced that unlike some of his regional counterparts he would not be traveling to the impoverished nation."I considered it today (Thursday) actually" he said. "I gave long and hard consideration to it. I couldn't figure out what I could possibly do in Haiti other than get in the way of people. There is no means to move around. It is difficult to get a flight in and to land. It is difficult to find accommodation etc. What we could do for Haiti can be done from The Bahamas."Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding Barbados Prime Minister David Thompson and Dominican Prime Minister Nicholas Liverpool are traveling to Haiti for a one-day trip today.While he most likely will not visit Haiti at this time the prime minister said the government has established a common account at all the country's commercial banks into which donations to the relief effort in Haiti can be made."We will cause that money to be sent either to the Haitian government and/or to international organizations that are able to provide assistance to Haiti at this time and The Bahamas government will make a significant financial contribution to Haiti once I would have consulted further with my CARICOM colleagues once they return from Haiti tomorrow."Ingraham added: "It is not appropriate for us to be collecting goods to send to Haiti because there is no means by which we can get [them] there. The port is in terrible shape. The airport is difficult to navigate. The ground transportation is terrible. The extent to which we in the region can provide assistance in terms of medical support doctors nurses public health pay for medicine food water whatever it is we are clearly prepared to do so."Red Cross officials in Haiti yesterday told the Associated Press that they estimate the death toll as a result of Tuesday's earthquake could range from 45000 to 50000 with as many as three million others injured or left homeless.http://www.thenassauguardian.com/national_local/304876904381852.phpCayman Islands - Some of the agencies assisting in the Haiti relief effortCayman Red Cross916–1742rxadmin@candw.ky925–0681949–6785 ext. 22.hbalgobin@gmail.comAccepting monetary donations for the relief efforts. Persons wishing to donate funds can go directly to the Red Cross or make a deposit at Butterfield Bank under the Cayman Islands Red Cross Haiti Earthquake Appeal (02–201–035054–04).National Building Society of Cayman945–2014Staff members have set up donation boxes at teller counters for customers to make contributions. The funds collected will be deposited to the Cayman Red Cross account at Butterfield Bank. NBSC 71 Eastern AvenueThe Cayman Council of the United Church of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands947–1963cicucjci@candw.kyYves and Carmen Fontaine326–6340Arranging a container to locate on lot next to Buttonwood Club on Shedden Road.St. Ignatius Church and School949–6797Jeremy.rice@st–ignatius.comCollecting funds. All parishioners parents students and staff are being asked to contribute between 14–24 January.Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort949–0088Collecting can goods clothes and anything that can be of help to the Haiti people. 389 Seven Mile Beach Fernando Soler or Stephanie Amante Stephanie.amante@marriotthotels.comWesleyan Holiness Church West Bay949–3394949–1121926–0594johnbettycase@hotmail.comsamaritanoutreach@hotmail.comAccepting monetary donations. Persons wishing to donate funds can drop it in the container at church or deliver it to the school office.Taste of CaymanAll those attending this Saturday's event starting at 5pm at Camana Bay can donate at the entrance to the festival where Red Cross booths will be set up.DigicelAll Digicel mobile customers can text the letters 'HELP' to 5151 to donate a dollar to the telecom company's earthquake relief effort. Digicel has already donated some $5 million to the relief project in Haiti.LIMEAll LIME mobile customers can text the word 'Haiti' to 437 (HELP) to donate $2 to the telecom company's earthquake relief effort. LIME employees have launched an employee donation initiative across the 13 islands in which the company operates to collect cash clothing canned non–perishable food and personal hygiene items to send to Haiti. LIME will match the donations dollar for dollar.Sunset HouseSunset House will not be charging for shore diving tanks this coming weekend. (JAN 16 – 17 2010). Instead of payment for tanks Sunset will be asking for a minimum donation of CI$5.00 to go to the Red Cross.Dolphin Cove and the YUDPOn Sunday 17 January Dolphin Cove will be donating all revenue made for the day to assist with the YUDP and its Haitian Relief Funds. Special Discounted rates are available for residents and as a special thank you for supporting this initiative Dolphin Cove will be giving away free CD Photo Packages to every family individual or buddy group taking part.Cayman Outreach916–1563The group is arranging a container to be located in the parking lot of Cayman Shoe Shop on Eastern Avenue. They are seeking building material clothes shoes tinned food dry food medicine; no garbage. Donation times 8.30am until 5.30pm Monday through SaturdayADRAAdventist Disaster and Relief Agency along with the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh–day Adventists will be taking up a special offering in each of the Adventist churches for the next two weeks and dispatching those funds off to Haiti immediately.The Director of ADRA Cayman is Mr. Benny Moore and he can be reached on 916–2936. The numbers for the conference headquarters are 949–2647 949–8167 and for President Clarke his cell number is 916–5510.St Lucians called on to HELP HAITI!The following list of bank accounts in aid of Haiti after the Quake was released by the National Emergency Management Organization1. Bank of Saint Lucia Decentralized Disaster Preparedness Account Account # 9010298402. First National Bank Disaster Relief Fund Account # 60021533. RBTT Caribbean Limited Account # 70763004. First Caribbean International Bank - National Emergency Fund Account # 02-18044605. Royal Bank of Canada Disaster Emergency Account # 10020056. Bank of Nova Scotia Bank Account # 32816The Wave Radio alongside sister stations throughout the OCM network have also embarked on a drive to assist Haiti through a radiothon this coming Saturday January 16th. Starting today til Friday evening updates of this situation in Haiti will be heard every two hours on the OCM Network Station so as to keep listeners informed of Haiti's plight. FOR MORE INFO STAY TUNED TO THE WAVE 94.5/ 93.7 FDigicel St Lucia is also asking customers to text 'HELP' TO 5151 to donate $1 to the cause.Bermuda - Efforts to help Haiti after Tuesday's earthquake* Dine at Bermuda Bistro at the Beach on January 21 for all-you-can-eat ribs and curry chicken for $19.95. Half the proceeds will be donated to Haitian relief.* Digicel customers can text "HELP" to 5151 where $1 will go directly towards the Haitian Earthquake Relief Fund.* Donate money directly to the Bermuda Red Cross via two bank accounts: Bank of Bermuda - 010-187417-011 or Bank of Butterfield - 20-006-060-663859-200 or by mail at Bermuda Red Cross Haitian Earthquake Appeal Fund Charleswood 9 Berry Hill Road Paget DV03* Donate money through radio station Hott 107.5 where the funds will go directly to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti Foundation and Architecture for Humanity. They accept cash and cheques.* Donate clothes/household supplies/money to Phillip Rego's charity Feed My Lambs Ministry. You can donate at their Bank of Bermuda account 010-305498-012 or by mail at Phillip Rego c/o Feed My Lambs Ministry PO Box HM 3184 Hamilton HMNX Bermudahttp://www.bermudasun.bm/main.asp?SectionID=24&SubSectionID=270&ArticleID=44235&TM=54926.63

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3.John Holmes Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator updates correspondents on the situation in Haiti,UN DPI
RV=272.9 2010/01/16 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,UNICEF,body

Watch the WebcastDaily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-GeneralThe following is a near-verbatim transcript of today's noon briefing by Martin Nesirky Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.Good afternoon everybody. As you know we have John Holmes here the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator. And I'll turn right over to you John. We have about half an hour.Briefing by Under-Secretary-General John HolmesThank you very much Martin and good afternoon everybody. Let me just make a few points to start with. And I apologize if they're in slightly random order but it's not easy to find time to make it more structured.First of all I think you're aware from various briefings already we'll be launching a flash this afternoon at 4. I'll be doing that. We were hoping to have [Special Envoy to Haiti] President [Bill] Clinton there as well but he's not in fact available. He's on a plane at the time. The flash appeal will be for around $560 million which I think is slightly higher than the figure you had already. The full breakdown of what that appeal represents will be available this afternoon but let me just say give you a rough sort of idea: almost half of that as usual in these situations will be for food emergency food aid. And then there'll be amounts of between $20 and $50 million for health water and sanitation nutrition emergency shelter early recovery and agriculture ‑‑ the latter two of course being linked; they're very much at the recovery end of it. There will be some other elements too ‑‑ for example emergency education. But those will be the main areas that we'll be asking for money for. The basis of the appeal will be that some 3 million people are believed to have been badly affected by the earthquake and we'll be looking for relief to keep them going for six months. That's of course in the first place.As I think I said yesterday this is very much a first rough effort at this. We know that it doesn't represent very good detailed information from the ground but we'll be revising it in three or four weeks to reflect that and probably to include a bit more on the early recovery side when we've got a better idea for example of how that should be done.We still don't have any reliable figures for dead or injured although of course we recognize that those numbers are likely to be extremely high. Our best estimate at the moment from satellite pictures is that at least 30 per cent of the buildings in Port-au-Prince have been affected by the earthquake. There are some areas of the city for example Cit・Soleil which are relatively less affected ‑‑ either because of their geographical location or because of the nature of the structures there ‑‑ less vulnerable to earthquakes. But of course the effects of the earthquake were extremely severe in some areas. There were some areas where 50 per cent or more of the buildings have been damaged.The scale of the international response so far is extremely encouraging. I think as I said yesterday we have counted so far about $360 million in pledges. Some of that might be going to the flash appeal others will be going bilaterally in different ways or directly to non-governmental organizations and others which is fine. That figure is not all for emergency aid; for example some of it will be for reconstruction and longer-term efforts. For example there was $100 million each from the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) which are likely to be more related to longer-term reconstruction than emergency aid but just to give you some idea of the response. And of course there are many companies and individuals who are responding extremely generously to this relief effort.On the search-and-rescue side that effort is going on with all possible speed. Some people are still being recovered alive relatively fewer as you would expect but that is still happening. There are some 27 search-and-rescue teams either there already ‑‑ I think 17 are there and another 10 are on their way ‑‑ and we're trying to get the message out now that we don't need any more search-and-rescue teams beyond those that are on their way already.Obviously every humanitarian agency there is ‑‑ both United Nations agencies non-governmental organizations the Red Cross and Red Crescent movement ‑‑ are busting a gut if I can put it that way to get people there in larger numbers people to help and to get supplies in as well as of course all the bilateral efforts which are going on from individual countries led of course by the huge United States effort. Planes from the World Food Programme (WFP) UNICEF the International Red Cross the International Federation of the Red Cross ‑‑ which is a separate thing ‑‑ have already landed and M馘ecins Sans Fronti鑽es have already landed. Others are on their way. Of course there are all the bilateral aid planes which have been landing too. I won't go into all the details of those. I don't have a full list here but many of those I think you're aware of.As you're also aware there has been an issue ‑‑ there is an issue ‑‑ about the capacity of the airport. There was a particular problem about congestion yesterday afternoon when planes had to circle. But again everybody's working desperately to resolve these problems. The airport was working through the night. Planes were landing with increasing frequency. So the capacity I think of the airport to deal with flights is rising. It's certainly handling more flights than it was before the earthquake despite the damage to the control tower.The port is still out of action but we believe the road from the Dominican Republic is now open and useable and is indeed being used to some extent.Some other bits of information: you may have seen stories that the World Food Programme warehouses were looted in Port-au-Prince. They were not looted. In fact that's not a correct story. We believe they are intact. There are some issues about access to them not least because of some doubt about the structure of them which is making people a little bit nervous about going inside. But they have not been looted as we were assured by the World Food Programme this morning.Food: there are these stocks of food on the ground. Food is arriving in increasing quantities. Water is arriving and water purification equipment is arriving from UNICEF Oxfam CARE and others as well as from the United Nations agencies. I was told this morning that 13 truckloads of bottled water are on their way from the Dominican Republic for example. That's obviously again not going to be enough but supplies are beginning to arrive.Distribution of these supplies started yesterday particularly of ready-to-eat food from stocks on the ground and from stocks beginning to come in. Obviously you should be well aware that was a very small scale compared with the need. We hope that will be larger today. I'm sure it will larger today and we are setting up with the Government 15 distribution points around the city and also trying to make sure we have safe storage areas to put the food and to operate. Clearly the distribution is an issue ‑‑ about how fast we can do that and whether it represents more than a drop in the ocean of what is needed ‑‑ we're well aware of that. We understand and share the impatience and frustration that there is about this and there is a need to recognize I think that there are significant constraints on this; not only the difficulties of the arrival of goods and unloading but also the distribution. There are a lack of trucks lack of fuel blocked roads and so on. I'm not trying to make excuses; I'm simply saying that there is a reality there that we need to deal with. It's classic for any similar operation that inevitably and despite everybody's enormous efforts it can take time to scale up. It will be scaling up every day by multiples I'm sure. I acknowledge that you need to note that the anger and frustration is there and that it's inevitably slow. But I just ask you to acknowledge that reality too. People as I say are passing many sleepless nights to try and get this material there this aid there to people who desperately need it. We recognize that. We have no doubt about that.We're also setting up as well as the airport in Port-au-Prince separate hubs for the arrival of aid and the stockage of aid in way stations if you like in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic and in Panama City so that we can channel the aid in the most rational way possible.A couple of other points: bodies are being collected systematically now by the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) and by the Government insofar as they have capacity to do that. I think we had a figure of I think it was 9000 bodies so far that have been collected yesterday so that gives you some idea of the scale of that problem. But I hope that much more progress will be made on that today.On the medical side which we've also talked about before some hospitals are still working despite all the difficulties although as we've said before they're overwhelmed. Various field hospitals are already on the way. One or two are already there. And again we're taking the view that we don't need any more field hospitals beyond those that are already on the way which are several. But of course there's still an urgent need for doctors and medical supplies beyond the field hospitals.One final point which I think we touched on yesterday. People are moving to some extent from the centre of Port-au-Prince to areas outside to relatives no doubt perhaps in other communities. And there are some reports of movement of people on a limited scale I think towards the Dominican Republic particularly people seeking medical help in the hospital near the border there. So we're keeping an eye on that to make sure we can track it and deal with people who are crossing into the Dominican Republic. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is very focused on that.So let me stop there ‑‑ I hope that was helpful ‑‑ and answer your questions.

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4.ODPEM to Coordinate Local Haiti Relief Assistance,Govt. Jamaica
RV=258.7 2010/01/16 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Adra

An emergency centre has been established at the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) 2-4 Haining Road New Kingston to coordinate relief assistance generated locally for Haiti.Speaking at a media briefing at Jamaica House on Friday (January15) Minister with responsibility for Information Hon. Daryl Vaz said that ODPEM would be responsible for streamlining all forms of assistance that would be forthcoming to ensure that delivery and dispatch is smooth."They will advise you how best to get it to Haiti and what to do with it. We have a number of volunteer organizations.the Red Cross the Salvation Army who have people over there who can coordinate for you and make it possible for the relief to reach the persons in need in the shortest possible time" Mr. Vaz assured.He explained that deliveries can be made either to ODPEM's head office or in the case of parish deliveries at Parish Council offices the Red Cross Salvation Army or the Adventist Disaster Relief Agency (ADRA). They will then be moved to ODPEM's head office for dispatching.The Minister pointed out that Chief of Defence Staff Major General Stewart Saunders has appointed an officer at the rank of Major on the ground in Haiti to act as liaison for the relief effort from Jamaica."He will then liaise with the Haitian Government and the United Nations in terms of making sure that whatever comes to Haiti can be redirected to where it needs to go as a matter of urgency" he said.Space has been provided at the airport in Haiti to store supplies and dispatch them through the military contingent there.Based on discussions between Jamaica's Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding and Haitian President Rene Preval during Mr. Golding's visit to Haiti on Thursday priority items needed include: water purification tablets basic food items tinned foods lanterns (batteries and kerosene) toiletries hygiene and first aid kits."We're asking everybody to as best as possible package and label the items so we can prioritize what needs to go first" Mr. Vaz urged. He also disclosed that an account number 212-387-304 has been opened with the National Commercial Bank (NCB) to facilitate cash donations at any branch of the bank."The monies that will be raised through this account will be used to purchase some of these well needed emergency supplies for the relief effort" he said.Additionally he invited persons desirous of volunteering their expertise to go to Haiti to contact ODPEM to facilitate arrangements for their trip and accommodation. Mr. Vaz said that expressions of interest have been forthcoming from several professionals including doctors and engineers
5.DEC: Haiti Earthquake Appeal reaches £12m overnight,DEC
RV=245.6 2010/01/16 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision

Web and phone donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal over the past 24 hours have added 」10m to the 」2m already raised.The massive response shows the UK public understand that member agencies need their support as they overcome grave communications and logistical problems to help the tens of thousands of people desperately needing assistance.The amount includes online and phone donations only with amounts from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations still to be recorded.DEC Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"The public's deep sense of horror and need to help has been shown by the level of support we are already seeing online and over the phone. Their support means that our member agencies can co-ordinate and deliver emergency aid to the swathes of people who urgently need shelter medical help safe water and food."Aid is beginning to get through with more supplies arriving today. We urge the public to continue to dig deep into their pockets so supplies can be sourced and delivered as swiftly as possible over the next few days and weeks."The DEC appeal was made public on Wednesday (13) but the full broadcast launch was not until yesterday. The appeal follows an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter Scale which levelled large parts of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas.Many DEC members already had a presence in Haiti before the earthquake so have the experience local knowledge and links with local partners and community groups to ensure that emergency assistance can be delivered despite the scale of the catastrophe.Examples of what donations will go to include:」25 will supply a kit of household essentials.」50 buys a food pack to feed a family for a fortnight.」100 provides temporary shelter for two families.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:キ To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.キ Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.キ Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.キ The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.キ The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.キ The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Please donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead many more injured many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.

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1.DEC: Haiti Appeal total rises to £15m,DEC
RV=269.9 2010/01/17 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,DEC

The DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal total has increased to 」15 million as the public response to the disaster continues in strength.Web and phone donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal over the past 24 hours have added a further 」3m to the 」12m already raised.The amount includes online and phone donations only with figures from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations still to be counted.DEC Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"Once again people in the UK have proven that they will not sit idly by in the face of widespread suffering. The amount raised so far is a tremendous show of generosity and that money is already beginning to be put to work. We urgently need people to keep donating to ensure that the people of Haiti get all the aid they need."We know that aid is beginning to get through with more supplies arriving today. The challenges on the ground are still large but our member agencies are well placed to respond and get life saving material out to where it is needed most. For those who have not yet made a donation there is still time and there is still need.The DEC appeal was opened to donations on Wednesday and broadcast appeals across the UK media on Friday prompted a surge of 」10m in just 24 hours.Most DEC members had been working in Haiti prior to the earthquake and have the local links and knowledge required to deliver prompt and effective assistance despite the devastation caused by the quake.Examples of what donations will go to include:* 」25 will supply a kit of household essentials.* 」50 buys a food pack to feed a family for a fortnight.* 」100 provides temporary shelter for two families.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:* To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA.* Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.* Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.* The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.* The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.* The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.

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2.DEC: More aid being distributed in Port au Prince,DEC
RV=269.9 2010/01/17 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,DEC

Thousands of families are already receiving aid in Haiti with more assistance expected in coming days.For example:- Concern Worldwide aid workers are distributing 2000 jerry cans and 100000 water purification tablets Sunday.- Save the Children gave water food and hygiene supplies to 2000 people at a hospital Saturday.- 1000 families received water and clothing kits from World Vision who spent Saturday distributing emergency supplies.- A British Red Cross convoy has reached Haiti by road from the Dominican Republic bypassing the devastated airport and port. Trucks containing emergency response equipment and medical supplies and personnel were expected to reach the most affected areas Saturday evening and a 300-bed field hospital is being set up.Disaster Emergency Committee Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:“The devastation caused by the earthquake has hit early aid efforts as well as survivors. It’s hugely encouraging that our agencies have nonetheless managed to overcome these challenges to begin reaching people affected by the earthquake”“Every emergency is different and this one is presenting extreme logistical difficulties because the earthquake caused so much damage to the airport port and roads. Despite incredibly challenging circumstances the aid provided through the DEC is already on the ground and our members will continue to both meet urgent needs and plan for longer-term reconstruction thanks to the generosity of the British public.”Web and phone donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal have now reached 」15m. The massive response shows the UK public understand that member agencies need their support as they overcome communications and logistical problems to help people desperately needing assistance. The amount includes online and phone donations only with amounts from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations still to be counted.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to ‘DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal’ to ‘PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA’.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of ‘Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC’ on Facebook. Notes to editors: - To make a postal donation make cheques payable to ‘DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal’ and mail to ‘PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA’. - Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text “GIVE” to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched- The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Please donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead many more injured many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.

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3.More help for Haiti on the way: Lee,JoongAng
RV=221.4 2010/01/17 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision

In a telephone call with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Saturday President Lee Myung-bak promised to give additional financial aid to earthquake-devastated Haiti on top of the $1 million already provided."Korea began by offering emergency aid of $1 million but intends to add more support in a bid to participate in the UN's rescue effort" Lee was quoted as saying by Blue House spokeswoman Kim Eun-hye.Lee also said Korean citizens have launched fund-raising activities and emergency rescue crews have left for Haiti which is the Western Hemisphere's poorest country. Government sources said a 25-member Korean rescue team and two rescue dogs arrived yesterday at Santo Domingo the capital of neighboring Dominican Republic and will enter Haiti today."As a country that overcame the poverty of the ruins of the [Korean] War on the back of support from the international community Korea will look into ways to help further" Lee added.Ban the Korean-born UN secretary general said yesterday that the United Nations and its partners were appealing for $562 million to help the victims of the earthquake that struck early last week. The estimated death toll from the disaster could reach as high as 200000 people.Nonprofit and religious organizations private firms and celebrities have joined in relief efforts. Aid groups such as World Vision Good Neighbors Unicef Korea Korean Red Cross Korea Food for the Hungry International Plan Korea and Compassion Korea have opened accounts for donations and the major broadcasters - MBC KBS and SBS - have begun accepting funds via phone.Kolon a local conglomerate has sent 180 million won ($160000) worth of tents while auto giant Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group has donated $100000 to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.By Seo Ji-eun [spring@joongang.co.kr](c)JoongAng Ilbo The information provided in this product is for personal use only. None of it may be reproduced in any form whatsoever without the written permission of JoongAng Ilbo.

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4.UAE to operate air bridge to Haiti,WAM
RV=168.8 2010/01/17 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross

The first plane of an air bridge ordered by President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan for delivering urgent humanitarian assistance to Haiti's earthquake victims will fly to the Dominican Republic in the next couple of day. A UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA) team will leave to the Dominican Republic to coordinate and oversee field relief operations to ensure their prompt delivery to the affected population. In another development the RCA is coordinating efforts with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to carry out humanitarian programmes that cater for the need of the Haitian front where the international aid agencies are facing logistic challenges in delivery of assistance. The RCA has announced that it had transferred funds to the IFRC in support of its relief operations there. RCA Chairman Ahmed Al Mazrouie said the aid agency is striving to put the President's directives in place. He said the RCA had set up an emergency room to receive humanitarian appeals and reports on the latest situation in Haiti from its international partners so as to analyse and assess them in order to draw and implement relief programmes in favour of the affected population. He said the RCA's multi-prong relief strategy would include the air bridge which carries basic relief items from food medicine and shelter materials. A team of the RCA will be deployed in the Dominican to receive aid planes and coordinate operations of aid distribution. It will also assess the situation on the ground with other aid providers for the purpose of dispatching more assistance. He affirmed that the RCA was moving in all directions and fronts to mobilise humanitarian efforts so as to improve the living conditions of survivors of Haiti's deadliest quake. Locally he said the RCA is intensifying its contacts with UAE charity and relief agencies to rally their efforts in order to do an effective substantial humanitarian work that responds to the scale of the disaster and fits well into the UAE's prominent standing in the international humanitarian scene. - Emirates News Agency WAM

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5.WFP EMERGENCY OPERATION 200110 - HAITI FOOD ASSISTANCE TO EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED POPULATIONS IN HAITI,WFP
RV=168.8 2010/01/17 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross

Executive summaryA massive earthquake struck Haiti on 12 January followed by several aftershocks. The epicenter was located about 16 km (10 miles) south-west of the capital Port-au-Prince which has been decimated by the quake along Carrefour Leogane Delmas and Jacmel. Damage to buildings and infrastructure including schools hospitals and houses is considerable. Port-au- Prince is without critical infrastructure such as electricity water and telecommunications. Although no official figures are yet available tens of thousands of people are feared dead and many more injured.The Government of Haiti has appealed for international assistance. Immediate priorities include search and rescue medical services and supplies clean water and sanitation food emergency shelter logistics and telecommunications. The International Federation of the Red Cross estimates that the earthquake has affected over 3 million people. Of these WFP estimates that at least 2 million people will require food assistance.The United Nations Mission for the Stabilization in Haiti has set up an Emergency Joint Operations Centre at the Port-au-Prince airport to coordinate incoming teams and humanitarian aid. The Humanitarian Coordinator has dispatched a United Nations Disaster and Assessment Coordination team in which WFP is taking part. As part of its global cluster lead responsibilities WFP is also deploying staff and equipment to support the international humanitarian community in logistics and emergency telecommunications.Through this emergency operation WFP together with international and local partner agencies will support 2 million vulnerable and food-insecure people in Port-au-Prince Carrefour Leogane Delmas and Jacmel for 6 months from 15 January to 15 July 2010. The overall objective of this operation is to save lives and protect livelihoods in emergencies in line with WFP Strategic Objective 1 "save lives and protect livelihoods in emergencies". More specifically WFP will aim at improving food consumption for the emergency-affected households protecting their livelihoods and enhancing their self-reliance and early recovery.WFP will conduct emergency food security assessments in coordination with the Government and partners to refine its targeting and programme choices for this EMOP. This may result in a change in overall beneficiary numbers taking also into account other agency efforts. WFP will also contribute to the formulation of a reconstruction plan for affected areas.

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1.Haiti - DEC: Appeal total hits £23million water and medical aid increasing,DEC
RV=304.7 2010/01/18 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC,Vision

Urgently needed water supplies and medical expertise are increasingly reaching the people of Port au Prince. The DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal total has increased to 」23million counted so far as the public responds to desperate need of Haiti's survivors.Since yesterday's update the DEC has confirmed:- Since Sunday Oxfam had installed four water tanks capable of holding 10000 litres of water each including one at Delmas 42 - a former golf course now home to about 15000 displaced people which surges to 50000 at night and at a hospital in Carrefour one of the worst hit areas. A plane will depart East Midlands airport tomorrow [19/1/10] with 30 tonnes of water and sanitation equipment and plastic sheeting for temporary shelter- CARE have distributed water in the suburb of Petionville on Sunday and had given out eight-days supply of water purification tablets for 5000 people in Port au Prince by Saturday evening.- Merlin's medical team arrived in Haiti Sunday and will shortly be joined by a surgical team of 12 including a plastic surgeon focussing on limb salvaging an anaesthetist and nurses plus 5000kg of surgical equipment including emergency surgery tents- Help Age International have a mobile medical unit due to arrive in Haiti todayDisaster Emergency Committee Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"The response from the public has been absolutely overwhelming. It does show that whatever financial concerns people are experiencing here in the UK they feel a deep level of empathy for the people of Haiti and will give whatever they can.""Our partner agencies have been distributing aid and installing vital equipment such as water bladders and medical facilities. We know that people are being reached but there is a huge challenge ahead and much more work to be done. The area affected by this earthquake is huge and devastation wrecked upon the infrastructure of Haiti means agencies face many obstacles. However our members are working round the clock to both meet urgent needs and plan for longer-term reconstruction thanks to the continued generosity of the British public"Our 13 member agencies in Haiti are closely monitoring the security situation but are not to date reporting that the isolated incidents seen so far are interfering with the arrival and distribution of aid.Web and phone donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal have now reached 」23m. The massive response shows the UK public understand that member agencies need their support as they overcome communications and logistical problems to help people desperately needing assistance. The amount includes online and phone donations only with amounts from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations still to be counted.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.- Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.- The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Media Contacts: 020 7387 0200 or 07930 999 014 (out of hours)Donations can be made at www.dec.org.uk or 0370 60 60 900

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2.Haiti earthquake health Q&As,PAHO
RV=285.9 2010/01/18 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision,UNICEF

What has been the health impact of the earthquake?The earthquake has inflicted massive loss of life. The total number of people who have died in the disaster is not yet known but is believed to be in the tens of thousands with hundreds of thousands injured or homeless.What health care is available?The earthquake damaged or destroyed at least eight hospitals and healthcare facilities in and around the capital Port-au-Prince and the remaining health facilities have been quickly overwhelmed by large numbers of survivors requiring a wide range of care particularly for trauma injuries.Before the earthquake there were 371 health posts 217 health centers and 49 hospitals nationwide in Haiti. In Port-au-Prince there are 11 hospitals. The total extent of the damage to Haiti's health sector is still unknown. Many hospitals have sustained damage but can continue to function often with the help of NGOs.Health services are also being provided at various health centers along Haiti's border with the Dominican Republic. Some injured are being evacuated to Santo Domingo or to other countries.Local organizations including the Haitian Red Cross are supporting government efforts to treat the injured and ill. Additionally at least 13 countries from the Americas and a number of countries from other regions are providing health relief along with United Nations agencies and NGOs.Why is the coordination of healthcare so crucial?Coordination between healthcare providers and first responders is crucial to enable effective and fast life-saving aid. If UN agencies NGOs and other agencies work together and share expertise medicines staff and other capacities while at the same targeting them to identified and commonly understood health needs then there is a greater chance of reducing avoidable suffering and death in Haiti.Following previous disasters including the Asian tsunami of December 2004 intensive efforts to deliver relief aid in some cases were not properly coordinated resulting in wasted materials and/or materials not well matched to specific needs. Subsequent humanitarian reform efforts produced a new "Cluster" approach" in which agencies performing humanitarian work are grouped together as clusters in their various areas of humanitarian response. The World Health Organization heads the Global Health Cluster and as such is the international lead for the health response to the Haiti crisis.Is more healthcare relief needed?Yes but it needs to be introduced in a coordinated fashion so as not to overwhelm an already precarious situation characterized by damaged roads and infrastructure.Due to the large number of people needing medical care more doctors surgeons nurses midwives and other health workers are needed to help provide medical care.What are the needs in relation to field hospitals?Multiple field hospitals are operating and others are being sent to Haiti. The medical needs are great but it is also important to properly coordinate the delivery of additional facilities so as not to overburden an already over-stretched situation.How has the earthquake affected WHO activities?The earthquake severely damaged the PAHO/WHO premises in Port-au-Prince and forced all staff to temporarily relocate their operational HQ to Haiti's central medicine and vaccine storage warehouse near the airport while the original HQ building is assessed for structural safety and telecommunications can be restored. PAHO/WHO also is establishing a field office in Jimani Dominican Republic located 1 ス hours from Port-au-Prince to serve as a bridge for the management of supplies and medical relief teams.Do dead bodies pose a public health threat?No. There is no risk of a communicable disease outbreak or any other public health threat associated with the presence of dead bodies.However there is a clear mental and psychosocial imperative that we have to take into consideration when supporting the fast and proper management of dead bodies.Dead bodies in the streets are being taken to a central location for eventual identification and burial. It is important to avoid mass burials and to respect the rights of families to know the fates of their lost loved ones. For more information go to www.paho.org/disasters.What are the health threats?A preliminary public health risk assessment issued 16 January details the main health threats and actions needed to address them. It can be found at: www.who.int/hac/crises/hti/who_rapid_health_assessment_15jan2010.pdfThe assessment identifies the following as the most urgent public health threats:Wounds and injuries. Earthquakes cause high mortality due to trauma and surgical needs are critically important in the first days and weeks. A significant number of people have suffered multiple fractures internal injuries and crush syndrome requiring surgery. The risk of wound infection and tetanus is high due to the disruption of health care and delays in obtaining treatment.Water sanitation hygiene-related and foodborne diseases. Displaced people are at high risk from outbreaks of water- sanitation- and hygiene-related diseases as well as foodborne diseases due to reduced access to safe water and sanitation systems. Salmonella typhi (causing typhoid fever) hepatitis A and hepatitis E are present and have epidemic potential. Cholera is not endemic in Haiti. Diarrhoea is already a major contributor to the high rates of under-5 mortality; WHO estimates that diarrhoea accounts for 16% of under-5 deaths in Haiti. Leptospirosis is endemic in Haiti (see below Vector-borne and zoonotic diseases).Diseases associated with crowding. Population displacement can result in overcrowding in resettlement areas raising the risk of transmission of certain communicable diseases spread from person-to-person such as measles diphtheria meningococcal and pertussis as well as acute respiratory infections. Overcrowding can also increase the likelihood of transmission of meningitis waterborne and vector-borne diseases in the weeks and months following the earthquake. Pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 is currently circulating in Haiti. Haiti also has the highest tuberculosis incidence in the Western Hemisphere with significant incidence of coinfection with HIV.Vaccine-preventable diseases. Tetanus has a case-fatality rate of 70–100% without medical treatment and is globally under-reported. Reports from the national authorities WHO and UNICEF indicate 58% measles vaccine coverage among 1-year-old children in Haiti (2007) increasing the risk of measles outbreaks. Diphtheria outbreaks occurred in Haiti in 2004 2005 and 2009; only 53% of 1-year-olds were fully vaccinated against DTP as of 2007.Vector-borne diseases and zoonotic diseases. Dengue/dengue haemorrhagic fever a viral disease transmitted by the A. aegypti mosquito is endemic in Haiti. High transmission rates of all four dengue viruses have been reported in Haiti with transmission occurring mainly during April/May through November. Malaria is a serious issue in Haiti and is exclusively due to P. falciparum mosquito which exists throughout the year in the entire country. Risk in the main urban areas of Port-au-Prince is considered low but may increase in the current emergency situation. Human rabies transmitted by dogs is a priority disease in Haiti. Leptospirosis is endemic and infection in humans may occur indirectly when the bacteria come into contact with skin (especially if damaged) or mucous membranes. Lymphatic filariasis is endemic throughout the island and is transmitted by the night-biting Culex quinquefasciatis mosquito.Malnutrition. Earthquake-affected populations are at increased risk of moderate and severe acute malnutrition especially in vulnerable groups such as young children pregnant and lactating women and older persons. The risk may be increased by lack of support for breastfeeding and complementary feeding among mothers and caretakers.Reproductive health is a major issue with concerns including ensuring safe deliveries through access to basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric care clinical management of sexual violence and prevention of HIV transmission and sexually transmitted diseases.Skin infections occur not only due to overcrowding but also as a result of a lack of water and reduced hygiene.Noncommunicable diseases are an important health concern in Haiti. Chronic conditions such as cancer cardiovascular disease including hypertension diabetes chronic respiratory disease and neuropsychiatric disorders account for an increasing proportion of the disease burden.With most of Haiti's industry located around Port-au-Prince environmental risks may exist from damaged hazardous installations such as industrial facilities damaged oil and gasoline depots warehouses that stockpile agro-industrial or other chemicals as well as damaged technical equipment.What needs to be done to address these threats?The WHO preliminary public health risk assessment outlines a range of actions needed to protect public health which include:Ensuring access to surgical medical and emergency obstetric care and proper case management particularly trauma wound and burn careShelter and site planningProvision of sufficient and safe water and sanitation.Priority immunizations including for measlesCommunicable disease surveillance and response including outbreak preparedness for epidemic-prone diseasesSupport for appropriate infant and young child feeding and malnutrition managementContinuity of care for chronic diseases (including HIV and TB)Public health communication.What is WHO doing?Around 20 WHO international staff from the Americas region and elsewhere in the organization's global network have been deployed to Haiti to assist in public health actions mass casualty management dead body handling coordination logistics and communications. These staff are supporting the approximately 52 staff working for the WHO Haiti country office.The World Health Organization has dozens of staff in its Geneva headquarters and at the Pan American Health Organization headquarters in Washington DC working around the clock in support of the Haiti operations.WHO is supporting Haiti's Ministry of Public Health and coordinating the Health Cluster response. The Global Health Cluster has developed rapid health assessment tools that can be quickly adapted and used.WHO will engage with the military to best utilize their logistics capacities heavy equipment expertise and experience to swiftly respond to the disaster. There are 9000 UN troops in the country. 10000 US soldiers are expected to be deployed.WHO will work with the Haitian government and partners to embark on recovery and reconstruction efforts assessing rebuilding and helping the people of Haiti on the road to recovery.What are others doing?Countries in the Americas and around the world are offering to send and are already sending a great deal of assistance. The international mobilization and response is really extraordinary.Examples include: Brazil sending plane-loads of equipment medical supplies and staff; Chile sending a medical team to support an Argentine military hospital already operating on the ground; Ecuador Peru and several others sending medical supplies; Cuba sending medical teams; Jamaica is now receiving the overflow of patients into its nation's hospitals and also sending several medical staff by its Coast Guard directly to Haiti; (as noted above) the Dominican Republic is receiving and caring for patients who have evacuated; Venezuela has sent plane loads of staff and fuel; and the response from the US and Canada has been extraordinary. Also countries from Europe (UK France Italy Belgium and Spain in particular) and as far away as Israel and China are sending support.Many representatives of smaller aid missions and even individuals want to join these efforts many of them offering valuable skills. However at this stage the situation is so difficult on the ground in Haiti that all outside aid teams must be completely self-sufficient.Many WHO partners are already operating in the affected areas and are sending additional support. These include MSF IFRCWhat is the situation regarding funding?WHO has released almost US$300000 (Pan American Health Organization US$220000 and WHO Health Action in Crises US$75000) to provide for urgent response needs.WHO and Health Cluster partners (UNICEF UNFPA UNAIDS IOM Save the Children World Vision International Medical Corps International Rescue Committee Merlin M馘ecins du Monde and Handicap International) have appealed for US$ 34.3 million in the Flash Appeal launched 15 January.Funding is being sought to support efforts to coordinate the health sector response for disease outbreak control to reactivate basic health care services and for medicines and essential health supplies.What can be done to reduce the impact of such disasters? What are the lessons learned?In the health sector one of the most important lessons we have learned—over and over again—is the importance of hospitals in the aftermath of a disaster.All too often hospitals become victims of disasters themselves and are unable to provide their services precisely when they are most needed. This is exactly what has happened in Haiti.But it is not inevitable. We know hospitals can be built to withstand the impact of disasters and can be planned and equipped to remain functional after disasters.The additional cost of building hospitals to be disaster-safe is marginal particularly in comparison to the cost of a failed hospital. Moreover it is much less expensive to include earthquake safety measures at the design and construction stage than to retrofit a facility that has been damaged and is unable to function.What was the humanitarian situation in Haiti like prior to the earthquake?Haiti has already suffered from previous humanitarian crises and natural disasters including a series of hurricanes that battered the country in 2008.This has been the strongest earthquake ever recorded in Haiti along this fault line. Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and ranks 154th on the United Nations Human Development Index.In 2008 Haiti was devastated by four major hurricanes/tropical storms: Faye Gustav Hanna and Ike which wreaked havoc on physical and agricultural infrastructure. The storms killed almost 450 people affected a million residents and left more than 150000 living in shelters.Haiti is in the group of 10 countries with lowest diphtheria toxoid tetanus toxoid and pertussis vaccine (DTP3) coverage: 53% (2008) according to WHO/UNICEF estimates.What can individuals do to support the international response?Financial contributions to the health response are the most effective support that people around the world can provide. Information on donating to the Pan American Health and Education Foundation's Haiti appeal can be found at: https://www.pahef.org/donate/

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3.Port-au-Prince Haiti 17 January 2010 - Secretary-General''s press conference in Port-au-Prince,OSSG
RV=269.2 2010/01/18 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,UNICEF,Council

[please scroll down for Q &A]SG: Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen.Thank you for joining us.First of all I would like to briefly read my remarks and these remarks will be translated and the translated version will be distributed to you.There will be consecutive translations from English to French when it comes to Questions and Answers.I would like to make very brief remarks because you may have many questions.Immediately on arrival I had a good meeting with [Haitian] President [Ren饐 Pr騅al. As you may know the Vice-president of the Spanish government who was visiting here participated in the capacity of Spain''s'' presidency of the European Union.I then visited the remains of the UN/MINUSTAH headquarters at the Christopher Hotel together with you. You have all seen this very tragic devastation of the UN Headquarters. I was very much impressed by all the hardworking search and rescue teams. And I was told immediately after my departure [from the site] that we had a small miracle. A UN staff who has been trapped under the rubble for longer than five days was rescued safely. I am very glad that it was a great sign of hope. Saving lives is our first priority and I hope that we see more such miracles.We drove through Port au Prince to the Champs de Mars.It is one thing to see from afar the images of Haiti''s destruction and also see them closely. That''s a very different experience for me.That is why we are here: to stand with the people of Haiti.I am here to say: "We are with you. You are not alone. Help is already arriving."For a small country like Haiti this is a tsunami-like disaster. This is a major catastrophe and a huge humanitarian crisis whose full dimensions we may not even know yet particularly outside the capital. It requires a correspondingly massive response and help.Humanitarian organizations are being challenged in some unique ways particularly on the logistical side when the capital city has been so badly affected and basic systems are not yet operating.Let me briefly outline three priorities.First saving lives.We are still in search and rescue phase. We have 27 international teams at work with more than 1500 rescuers. This is very moving. People are still alive under the rubble.We need to dig them out again including cities and towns outside the capital.Second emergency relief.People need food water medicine tents. We are beginning to get it to them.The World Food Programme (WFP) has already started their operation. And yesterday they fed 40000 people. The number of people WFP is going to assist will soon increase to one million people within fifteen days and two million people within another fifteen days. The Red Cross and many NGOs are playing their full part too.Third and most important coordination.I have been emphasizing the importance of coordination among countries and NGOs and international workers. The situation is overwhelming. And the offer of assistance is also very moving and overwhelming.The airport has limited capacity. We need to make sure our help is getting to people who need it as fast as possible. We can not waste one minute one dollar or one person. We cannot have vital supplies sitting in warehouses.That requires strong and effective coordination by the United Nations and between the United Nations and the other major players particularly of course the US – all this under the leadership of the government of Haiti who are increasingly active.In fact President Pr騅al also raised the importance of a coordinated way of delivering assistance. And I assured him that the United Nations will take charge of the leadership in coordinating this situation.I am gratified that in spite of the immense tragedy that has befallen the Haitian people and the personnel of MINUSTAH the mission is ably performing its mandate to assist the Haitian government in maintaining peace and security in Haiti.MINUSTAH continues to enjoy the fullest support of the Security Council for its role which will be discussed in the Council tomorrow.I am going to report to the Security Council on the situation and on my visit and how the international community is addressing and assisting the Haitian people tomorrow morning.I am also grateful for the support of the United States and Canada who have deployed to Haiti to assist in the delivery of much needed humanitarian aid. They recognize the primary responsibility of the Haitian authorities to respond to the disaster and the role of the United Nations in coordinating the international assistance.We are strengthening our coordinating mechanisms with all the actors involved in this challenging task so that it is clear about the different roles and the military personnel of the individual states will have during this emergency.Under the experienced leadership of Edmond Mulet the acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General and the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General Kim Bolduc the United Nations has already put in place the key sectoral coordination arrangements between UN and non-UN actors – the so-called clusters including in the neglected but vital area of protecting the position of the most vulnerable in a crisis like this particularly children women and girls. We have to protect the human rights of all those vulnerable people in this time of crisis.I wish to thank and offer my great respect and admiration to all the members of the international community who have come to Haiti''s assistance.I would like to particularly recognize those on the ground working tirelessly to save lives and deliver relief to those in need.I will not be able to recognize all the countries by name but I am expressing my most sincere gratitude to all these countries and peoples.They represent groups and major donors the world over: for example the Red Cross Save the Children international NGOs and aid organizations too numerous to name. And of course they represent the entire constellation of the UN family?WFP UNICEF UNDP WHO and others.Again on behalf of the people of Haiti and the United Nations I thank you.And I promise this:People around the world expect that their generous contributions will reach those in need promptly and effectively.We will do our best under these very difficult circumstances.Let me close with two messages one for our UN team the other for the people of Haiti.First to our colleagues here in Port au Prince and elsewhere: You have lost treasured colleagues and dear friends.You have suffered yourselves in this gravest single tragedy in UN history.Yet you carry on. You are the best.We do not have to create UN heroes. We have only to look around. There are many heroes. I am proud to serve with you.Finally I would like to say a few words to the people of Haiti:Ch鑽es Ha・iennes chers Ha・iensPermettez-moi tout d''abord de vous exprimer mes sinc鑽es condol饌nces.L''騅鈩ement que vous venez de subir est tragique et comme vous ici ・Port-au-Prince je pleure de valeureux coll鑒ues et amis.J''ai tenu ・黎re ici parmi vous ・vos ct駸 pour vous exprimer ma profonde solidarit・et mon plein soutien.Je sais la douleur que chacun et chacune vivez en ce moment.Le grand d駸arroi dans lequel se trouvent les personnes touch馥s de plein fouet par cette catastrophe.Mais pour citer l''馗rivain ha・ien Monsieur Laferri鑽e ォ lorsque les rep鑽es physiques tombent il reste les rep鑽es humains サ sachez que le monde entier est ・vos ct駸.Les Nations unies entreprennent tout ce qui est en leur pouvoir pour vous venir en aide.Tous les moyens sont mis en ?uvre et notre personnel travaille d''arrache-pied pour coordonner les secours et vous pr黎er assistance.Vous avez certes perdu des 黎res proches des membres de votre famille des amis des voisins? mais votre l馮itime souffrance doit 馮alement faire place ・l''espoir.A tr鑚 haut niveau la communaut・internationale se concerte activement pour d馭inir un vaste plan de reconstruction de l''Ha・i de demain.Dans cette 駱reuve et dans les d馭is qu''elle apporte les Nations unies vous tiennent la main.Mesdames et MessieursJe vous remercie de votre attention.Mwen menm comme Secr騁aire G駭駻al Nations Unies map f・tout sa mwen kapab pou mwen aide p鑵 Ha・ien. Nou m鑼 kont・sou mwen ansanm avek tout komunot・international la.Mwen avek nou ak tout k・m.Mesi anpilQ: Mr. Secretary-General when we were at the hotel you were approached by a woman whose husband was still trapped inside there and she felt like the work wasn''t going fast enough that there should be more teams on that hotel and she was also sort of worried about nationalism she sort of said she sort of felt that the American teams were looking for Americans the Chinese teams were looking for Chinese and then leaving. Can you address those concerns by those people at that site?SG: That''s what she appealed to me. I know that there are still many people trapped under the rubble both Haitian and international staff here. The situation is just overwhelming and I know that there is no difference between lives between Haitian local national and international. It seems to be that a number of rescuers are simply too [few] and their reach is too much limited. I hope that we will be able to rescue all of them as soon as possible. I also told her that I will try to coordinate with the 27 rescue teams so that they first of all expedite their activities to rescue and also try to be more balanced in rescuing lives.Q: [ translated from Creole] The United Nations launched an appeal for assistance and we have reached US $250 million and we would like to know where we are right now in terms of assistance to Haiti.SG: Yes last Friday we launched an urgent flash appeal for the amount of US $562 million. The response is very positive and very moving. I know that that will not be enough. That is what we need [in] the coming six months. We will have to evaluate and assess the situation. I know that we will work together with my Special Envoy for Haiti former [US] President Bill Clinton to look for this mid-and-long term reconstruction of Haitian society. That is what we will work together as our first immediate assistance when recovery activities are over.Q: Mr. Secretary-General you said that the United States has recognized the role of the United Nations in managing the coordination of the relief effort but sometimes our people here on the ground say that it''s a bit confusing and one can''t really tell whether the United States military is running the show or the United Nations. Is the United Nations really in fact up to running the coordination efforts and might it not be a good idea at this point to ask the Security Council tomorrow to perhaps authorize a temporary increase in the number of blue helmets here to sort of you know help things move along?SG: Effective and coherent coordination at this time will be very important. The United States and the United Nations are very closely coordinating in addressing this issue. I have been discussing this matter with [US] President [Barack] Obama and other senior government officials of the United States and the United States is supporting the United Nations taking this coordinating role as a lead international organization there is no doubt about that. There is – there needs to be – some division of work in fact. There is no such question over who is running the show alone. All members of the international community are very closely coordinating. For example rule of law and security on the streets of Haiti are now being taken by the [Department of] UN Peacekeeping Operations while even the United States military they are now assisting the humanitarian needs. There is clearly an assisting role and there is you should understand that all international actors – United Nations and United States and all other members are here to assist the Haitian government. This is the Haitian government and Haitian people and the Haitian government has their own sovereign priority. I have discussed this matter with President [Ren饐 Pr騅al and I have asked him to provide to let us know what their sovereign priority will be while we are here to assist the Haitian government.Q: [translated from French]First he thanked you for the assistance the United Nations has brought saying that those journalists who have been going around have seen the most affected places saying that they have seen the helicopters they have seen the planes arriving they have seen the assistance coming to the airport but they are worried because they have not seen the food being distributed they have not seen the water being distributed. How would that coordination that you mention work?SG: I know that many people are frustrated and they are losing their patience. This is a difficult situation for everybody not only the Haitian people. Of course this is very tragic and very difficult and very frustrating to all Haitian people who have been affected and it is also very difficult for international workers and governments who have to organize in such a short period of time. In dealing with such huge loss of life and magnitude of devastation just requires some more time some more patience. This is just the fifth day after the earthquake hit the country and I believe that first of all in terms of stability peace and security are well maintained on the streets and deliveries are now being made in a more effective and efficient and coordinated manner. This coordination will improve as we are better organized.I have put the best people in the United Nations office here MINUSTAH [United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti] including Mr. Mulet and I have added one more Deputy Special Representative Mr. [Tony] Banbury and I have brought together with me this morning many more staff who will stay here and this number of staff will increase as other international donor countries will also increase their workers here. Therefore you may expect that this coordinated mechanism will improve.Q: You said that in one month you would be able to feed two million people. Don''t you think this is too late to avoid riots in the streets?SG: We will try our best. First of all I sincerely hope and appeal to the Haitian people to be more patient. We do not want to see any such things. We do not want to even imagine that kind of situation. I have seen and I have met many people on the street in front of the Presidential Palace. They are appreciative of the help of the international community and they are appreciative of the United Nations. From their faces and from my conversations with them I saw that they are committed. They are looking for the better future. And I delivered a message of hope to them and I told them that I am here to give them hope and to bring them a better future. Now feeding two million people within a month that is a really big challenge. Just imagine providing daily food to two million people. I know that the number of people who have been affected is about one third of Port au Prince. Therefore I think that will be quite significant a number the UN can provide daily food assistance. Of course we will assess as time goes by and if there is anything more needed we will try to adjust accordingly. Thank you very much.

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4.Plans underway to establish settlement for some of Haiti's displaced,IOM
RV=261.6 2010/01/18 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,CRS

Haiti - With large numbers of people displaced in earthquake-affected Haiti and logistical constraints hampering the distribution of aid to victims plans are now underway to establish a large temporary settlement that would both provide shelter for the homeless and facilitate comprehensive aid delivery.The scale of the damage has imposed severe constraints on delivering food non-food medical water and sanitation assistance to hundreds of thousands of people in urgent need.IOM which is coordinating the shelter and non-food emergency relief that it and other humanitarian actors are providing is working with the Haitian government and other partners to identify possible sites.A technical assessment mission was carried out on 17 January by IOM the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and Haitian government officials at Croix des Bouquets about 13 kilometres northeast of Port-au-Prince to gauge its suitability as a possible location for a settlement. Further assessments will be carried out today with the aim of not just setting up a temporary settlement but also to begin construction of new houses with funding from the IADB."The initial idea is to move an estimated 100000 displaced individuals to this site to get people out of the most dangerous areas" explains Vincent Houver IOM Chief of Mission in Haiti. "But wherever possible IOM advocates for smaller sized settlements" Houver adds.There are an estimated three million affected individuals throughout the country and a large majority of spontaneous settlements established in hazardous conditions.The large settlement approach agreed to by the Haitian government will require extensive support from the international donor community.Meanwhile IOM and partners that include Haiti's Civil Protection Department and the Ministry of Social Affairs International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Concern Worldwide CRS Save the Children OXFAM ACTED CARE UN-HABITAT are working round the clock to provide immediate support to an estimated one million people. Assistance includes the repair and cleaning of temporary shelters and damaged private houses and the provision of non-food items.Today kitchen kits and bottled water the priority need among victims will be distributed at various locations in the capital today.Yesterday IOM distributed hygiene kits at Parc la Primature and Villa Cr駮le to several thousands of people. It followed several distributions since 15 January of tarpaulins plastic sheeting jerry cans bladders and some shelter material in Port-au-Prince taken from IOM's pre-positioned stocks in the country.Further distributions were carried out at Jacquemel to the south of the capital where scores of houses and buildings were also reduced to rubble.An IOM team is also assessing needs in the town of Petit Go穽e a coastal town 68 kilometres south of Port-au-Prince and which too was severely damaged by the earthquake.With many people leaving the capital to seek shelter in other parts of the country and following assessments in places like Petit Go穽e IOM and partners will carry out further distributions outside of Port-au-Prince shortly.However IOM's stocks of pre-positioned non-food items are decreasing rapidly. Despite taking delivery of thousands of hygiene kits ten-litre water containers kitchen sets two mobile water treatment units tents and cots from the US government's Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) and USAID at the weekend much more is needed quickly to meet needs.IOM requested an initial US$30 million last week as part of the UN's Consolidated Flash Appeal to provide shelter and non-food assistance. So far IOM has received US$ 7 million from OFDA/USAID US$ 1.2 million from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and US$50000 from Argos Cement Company of Colombia. However as the situation evolves the Organization will be revising its appeal.Private donations can be made to IOM through the IOM website at www.iom.int and in the United States at http://www.usaim.org/PROJECTHaiti.aspFor further information please contact:Jean Philippe ChauzyIOM GenevaTel: + 41 22 717 9361+ 41 79 285 4366Email: pchauzy@iom.intorJemini PandyaIOM GenevaTel: + 41 22 717 9486+ 41 79 217 3374Email: jpandya@iom.intCopyright ゥ IOM. All rights reserved.

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5.Relief supplies arrive to help Haiti earthquake survivors,BRC
RV=253.1 2010/01/18 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC

Over the weekend relief supplies and personnel continued to arrive in Haiti and the surrounding area. Thousands of survivors have been sleeping outdoors desperate for food clean water and shelter.Air and sea ports in Haiti were damaged by the earthquake. The airport in Port-au-Prince has now reopened and is working at full capacity. However the high volume of arriving planes means that many are being rerouted to Santo Domingo airport in neighbouring Dominican Republic.A British Red Cross team of four logistics experts arrived in the Dominican Republic on Saturday (16 January). They will ensure that relief supplies arriving at the airport in Santo Domingo are processed and forwarded to the affected areas in Haiti as quickly as possible.Specialist supportThe team joins around 130 Red Cross and Red Crescent personnel from around the world who are specialists in medicine sanitation relief distribution and other skills that become critical in disasters.The British Red Cross has released almost all of the emergency relief items it stores in a warehouse in Panama in preparation for disasters in the region. Buckets blankets mosquito nets tarpaulins kitchen sets and hygiene parcels are being shipped or air freighted into Haiti.The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has so far distributed emergency health kits for 30000 people and 234350 litres of clean water to thousands of people. They have built latrines for 1000 people and launched a website to help people find missing family members. So far more than 21600 people have registered online.Local help from volunteersHaitian Red Cross volunteers drawn from the local community have been helping their neighbours since the earthquake hit.In one suburb of Port-au-Prince they have set up a first aid station in a garage."It may not be the best place with all these cars around but plenty of people are coming in and we are caring for them" said Rita Aristide a Haitian Red Cross volunteer since 1999. "We have been dressing wounds for hundreds of people already."Donations for HaitiThe British Red Cross is fundraising as part of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) – an umbrella organisation of 13 leading UK charities which come together in times of major crises.The damage Haiti has suffered is so severe that the Red Cross expects rebuilding to take years not months.

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1.DEC: Appeal total hits £25million,DEC
RV=291.8 2010/01/19 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,DEC,Vision

Nearly a week after the devastating earthquake in Haiti the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal total has increased to 」25million counted so far as the public responds to desperate need of Haiti's survivors.Since yesterday DEC member agencies work has included:- Christian Aid and its partners have set up tent hospitals and are providing medical equipment and supplies to the Haitian refugees injured by the earthquake at the Haitian border in Jimani. Hospitals in Jiman・are attending to hundreds of wounded and parishes and churches have also offered to attend to the wounded as "wings" of the hospital. Christian Aid is also buying food from local farmers to distribute.- Save the Children are establishing safe play areas. They are assessing water and sanitation needs and their response will include water tankering latrine construction bathing area construction hygiene kit distribution and hygiene promotion.- The Red Cross are today distributing 700 tents and 6915 tarpaulins. A field hospital is operational in Port-au-Prince university hospital and 10 First aid posts have been set up. Two Red Cross mobile health clinics are also working in some of the worst affected areas outside the capital with capacity to help 30000 people per day.- ActionAid are providing 2000 people in Port au Prince with emergency food supplies including flour and cooking oil. They are also distributing medicines and water purification tablets.Disaster Emergency Committee Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"Almost a week on from the earthquake that hit Haiti we have been staggered by the generosity of the UK public. The total raised now stands at an amazing 」25m. As the full scale of the tragedy continues to unfold we rely on the generosity of donors.""Over the last week DEC partner agencies have been working round the clock to meet the needs of the Haitian people."Our 13 member agencies in Haiti are closely monitoring the security situation but are not to date reporting that the isolated incidents seen so far are interfering with the arrival and distribution of aid.Web and phone donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal have now reached 」25m. The massive response shows the UK public understand that member agencies need their support as they overcome communications and logistical problems to help people desperately needing assistance. The amount is mostly online and phone donations with amounts from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations coming through in the next few days.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.- Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.- The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Please donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead many more injured many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.

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2.Government of Canda Increases Humanitarian Assistance for Haitians Affected by Devastating Earthquake,Govt. Canada
RV=225.8 2010/01/19 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Vision

Ottawa - The Honourable Beverley J. Oda Minister of International Cooperation announced today that Canada would provide an additional $80 million in humanitarian assistance for Haiti. Today's announcement brings Canada's total response to a potential $135 million and involves contributions to the United Nations (UN) and the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Appeals together with contributions to Canadian non-governmental organizations providing services to earthquake-affected Haitians. Priorities for the Canadian funding include the provision of emergency food water and sanitation medical treatment shelter and protection for the vulnerable."Millions of people are struggling to overcome the impacts of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Through its contributions to vital United Nations partners such as the World Food Programme and UNICEF the IFRC and NGO partners our government will help support Haitians as they rebuild their lives and communities" said Minister Oda. "We are committed to playing a significant role in responding to the impact of this disaster not only in these early days of rescue and relief operations but also in addressing longer-term recovery and reconstruction needs."Canada's $60 million response to the United Nations appeal will fund essential necessities and basic services provided on the ground by UN agencies. This includes $39 million to the World Food Programme and $15 million to UNICEF for interventions in the areas of health nutrition protection and water and sanitation services. The remainder of Canada's contribution to the Appeal will be targeted at essential services provided by the World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs the International Organization for Migration the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Department of Safety and Security.The Government is making a major contribution of $8.5 million in response to the IFRC's appeal for the provision of humanitarian assistance. The IFRC is helping to meet the emergency needs of an estimated 300000 people affected by the Haiti earthquake.Canada is also providing an additional $11.5 million in support of further critical disaster relief efforts by Canadian non-governmental organizations. This support will enable organizations such as CARE M馘ecins du Monde Save the Children Oxfam Quebec the Canadian Red Cross Society the Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI) and World Vision to assist more than half a million people affected by the earthquake.Today's announcement comes in addition to the initial $5 million for immediate humanitarian assistance announced on January 13 and to the Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund that will allow to match dollar-for-dollar the generosity of Canadian for a total of up to $50 million.Information:Jessica FletcherPress SecretaryOffice of the Minister of International CooperationTelephone: 819-953-6238Media Relations OfficeCanadian International Development Agency (CIDA)Telephone: 819-953-6534E-mail: media@acdi-cida.gc.caBackgroundersJanuary 19 2010Disbursement of Canada's Initial $5 Million for Humanitarian AssistanceOn 13 January Minister Oda announced that the Government of Canada would immediately provide an initial $5 million contribution for emergency shelter medical services food relief items water and sanitation services and protection services in response to the earthquake in Haiti. All of this funding has been allocated on urgent priority actions.First in response to the International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC)'s Appeal for Haiti CIDA is providing $2 million to the IFRC for vital emergency assistance to the most affected populations. The funding is being used to provide essential services temporary shelter restoration of water and sanitation facilities and medical care for 10000 families.Second CIDA has provided $1.7 milliontodeliver and transport urgently needed relief supplies to crisis-afflicted Haitians.Third CIDA has provided $800000 for an emergency field hospital in Haiti as well as 10 Canadian medical professionals. The emergency field hospital is a Norwegian and Canadian Red Cross co-funded facility which will provide essential surgical and medical care for up to 300 people per day. The hospital includes customized modules such as surgery first aid and triage a ward of 70 beds a community health unit and a psychosocial support unit. The hospital is currently deployed in Port-au-Prince and is operational.Finally CIDA provided $500000 in additional funds to CANADEM to deploy 10 Canadian humanitarian experts to humanitarian partners such as the United Nations' Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) UNICEF the World Food Programme and other UN agencies.January 19 2010Canada's Response to the UN IFRC and NGOs Appeals for HaitiThe Honourable Beverley Oda Minister of International Cooperation announced today an additional $80 million in humanitarian assistance for Haiti in response to various appeals.United Nations AppealThe Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is providing $60 million to UN agencies in response to the United Nations Appeal for humanitarian assistance for the people of Haiti. The funding will be disbursed as follows:$39 million to the World Food Programme: $33 million for emergency food aid for an estimated 2 million people and $6 million for essential air transportation and logistical support.$15 million to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) for humanitarian assistance through interventions in the areas of health nutrition protection and water and sanitation services for women and children.$1.5 million to the World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization for rapid assessments of health needs detection of disease reactivation of primary health care services and psycho-social support and availability of medical supplies in hospitals.$750000 to the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs for coordination of the international and local humanitarian activities on the ground to ensure an efficient and effective response to humanitarian needs.$3 million to the International Organization for Migration for the provision of basic shelter to support the displaced population.$500000 to the United Nations Population Fund for multi-sectoral services such as social and health support for women and girls.$250000 to the United Nations Department of Safety and Security for the provision of coordinated safety and security services for the overall UN and non-governmental organization response to the earthquake in Haiti.International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) AppealThe Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is providing $8.5 million in response to the IFRC appeal to provide for essential humanitarian assistance. This funding will help meet the emergency needs of an estimated 300000 people affected by the Haiti earthquake. It will support activities such as the provision of basic water sanitation and health services. The IFRC will also conduct rapid emergency needs which will allow it to meet the needs of the most affected population.Appeals by non-governmental organizationsThe Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is providing $11.5 million in response to appeals by the following Canadian non-governmental organizations:$1.5 million to CARE to meet the immediate needs of an estimated 25000 people through the provision of emergency safe water hygiene kits basic shelter and non-food items. CARE will focus its activities on supporting women and children as well as vulnerable households.$1 million to M馘ecins du Monde to meet the immediate needs of up to 400000 people in Cit・Soleil which is one area particularly affected by the earthquake. M馘ecins du Monde will provide critical basic health services for wounded or sick populations and provide psychological support for populations affected by post traumatic stress syndrome.$2.1 million to Save the Children Canada for lifesaving health and protection needs of approximately 10000 families. This will include the provision of safe drinking water basic hygiene kits and child friendly spaces.$1 million to Oxfam Quebec for the provision of basic water and sanitation shelter and non-food items (such as blankets and mosquito nets) to meet the emergency needs of an estimated 8000 families. These activities will be implemented in the most affected areas of Port-au-Prince as well as in surrounding areas.An additional $2 million to the Canadian Red Cross Society for expanding the activities of the field hospital which the Norwegian and Canadian Red Cross have jointly deployed. This additional funding will provide for increased support in the form of materials such as an ambulance hospital tents surgical kits additional hospital beds and sterilization kits. The mobile hospital will provide safe medical and surgical interventions over the next 6 months reaching an estimated 18000 patients.$900000 to CECI (Centre d'騁udes et de coop駻ation internationale) for the distribution of survival kits that are comprised of non-food items such as kitchen items hygiene water purification tablets temporary shelter etc.to individuals and families displaced by the earthquake.$1.5 million to World Vision to meet the immediate life-saving needs of earthquake-affected people in the Lower Petionville and Canape Vert neighbourhoods of Port-au-Prince. In coordination with other humanitarian organizations World Vision will provide emergency shelter non-food item distribution water and sanitation and protection for vulnerable segments of society particularly children.$1.5 million for the Canadian Red Cross Society for the procurement delivery and transport of urgently needed relief supplies to crisis-affected Haitians.

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3.Haiti: Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General 18 January 2010,UN DPI
RV=207.6 2010/01/19 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Council

The following is a near-verbatim transcript of today's briefing by Martin Nesirky, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.Good afternoon everybody. We have with us Alain Le Roy, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, and Susana Malcorra, who is the Under-Secretary-General for Field Support. They were both with the Secretary-General in Haiti yesterday and they can take questions on that and anything else related to ongoing efforts to help the people of Haiti. We have about half an hour, so I'll hand the floor over to you straight away.**Briefing by Alain Le Roy, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping OperationsGood afternoon. I won't describe what we saw yesterday, because many of you were with us and you have seen it on TV. I would like to stress what our efforts are for the time being. Firstly, we need to make sure that our Mission is back on its feet. We now have the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Mr. [Edmond] Mulet; the Principal Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General is Mr. Tony Banbury. The Force Commander has been in place from the first day and the Police Commissioner, General [Gerardo Christian] Chaumont, from Argentina, arrived two days ago. So, the leadership of the Mission is there now, and the Mission is operating, of course, not from its headquarters but from the Logistics Base, which, as you know, has been mostly untouched. Every day, we are reinforcing this Mission by sending the adequate personnel needed to reinforce the Mission.As you have seen also, we have asked for additional troops to come from the provinces to reinforce those in Port-au-Prince. We have 3,400 troops in Port-au-Prince, together with the police.Also this morning there was a session of the Security Council and we recommended the Council to consider an increase in numbers of troops by 2,000, and to increase the number of police by 1,500. The main tasks for these additional troops are threefold. Our assessment is that the security situation still remains under control under the control of the Force Commander, General [Floriano] Peixoto from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). Globally, the situation remains under control.Of course, there are sporadic incidents here and there, mostly due to the frustration of not getting food and water quickly enough. So while we have enough troops for global security we have now to increase the number of troops and police to escort the humanitarian convoys, which are increasing drastically daily. And it's very important that the humanitarian convoys can reach people rapidly, otherwise we will have security problems.So, the main request for the additional troops is because we are stretched. We have to escort all requests we receive from humanitarian convoys, which are, of course, tremendous. For example, just for the World Food Programme (WFP) alone -- 60,000 [tons] of food needs to be distributed. And over 200 distribution points, with request for MINUSTAH security escort. So, it shows --Question: 60,000--?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: 60,000 tons of food, just from WFP, at over 200 different distribution points. So, for that, they need escorts. And of course we need our forces on the ground to ensure security, but they have to ensure, of course, also, the escort of the humanitarian convoys.Secondly, for the military, it is of increased importance to secure humanitarian corridors that we are establishing between Port-au-Prince and the Dominican Republic; and also between Port-au-Prince and the northern port of Haiti. So, we are establishing these humanitarian corridors with many other actors, and of course we need troops to secure these humanitarian corridors.We have already received a pledge from the Dominican Republic of a battalion, which is roughly 800 troops, to help us to secure the corridor between Port-au-Prince and the Dominican Republic. That will take, of course, 800 out of the 2,000 increase that we have requested this morning. We are hearing that many other countries will make pledges soon.For the military, there are three priorities: firstly, escorting the humanitarian convoys; secondly, securing the humanitarian corridors; and thirdly, to constitute a reserve force, in case the situation unravels and the security situation deteriorates.For the police itself, we are asking for an increase of some specialists like forensic experts, corrections officers and others. Also, for provisions to secure the delivery of humanitarian assistance in the various points of distributions.You have all seen the tension on TV. It's time there is distribution of food. We consider it important to have enough police to ensure security and order when food or water or other distribution is being done. And, of course, this is being done with augmentation from the Haitian national police. You have seen the Haitian police are back on the street in limited numbers. And of course, we have very much to continue to support and to train them.We have made also the request to bring additional equipment for Haitian national police -- for example uniforms, because some of them have been destroyed. They need to be visible in the street to ensure, to help us to ensure, to help to ensure law and order.I may stop here. Maybe Susana, you want to add, at this stage, additional information.**Susana Malcorra, Under-Secretary-General for the Department of Field SupportWell, I think, Alain, you have given an initial brief. It would be important to have an opportunity for Q & A.Let me just say very, very briefly: shifting the Mission from what the Mission was last Tuesday afternoon to what needs to be done now is a major, major challenge in itself. The size of the humanitarian response that is required is very, very large. And that's why we have to adjust not only the figures that Alain has put in place, mentioned earlier, but also the rest of the infrastructure that we need to have to support that, while at the same time the Mission itself has lost most of its infrastructure. Most of the staff in the Mission are with an Internet connection, but they don't have their own desktop, their own desk, to work on. So, this, on top of the shift in demand that we have, illustrates the basic infrastructure required for the Mission to be operational. And that's what we are bringing up to speed. We have a series of flights coming in with equipment to do that.The main problem to ensure humanitarian aid is to have a continuous flow at the right level of everything that is required, particularly food and shelter, and medical supplies. What has happened so far is that the airport has been the only means of entry. We are only now starting to open others. This is a very limited airport - initially there were issues with the priorities, as you all noticed. I think now, there is a coordination cell in place to manage priorities, the most urgent ones.But even if that was perfect, flawless, the size of the airport and the capacity of the airport is very limited. So, the only way for us and for the international community to establish a flow that is reasonable to address all the needs, is to open up all these alternative roads, which are the corridors that were mentioned. And there has been work. And there are many alternatives that are being worked on as we speak.That means some delay in getting what is delivered to Port-au-Prince and the rest of the cities around, because they are farther away. But, it is much better to assume a one-day delay and have the flow being established, than to still bet on only Port-au-Prince, because there is not enough capacity in that airport to ensure the whole flow. So that's what we are doing now.The more we expand our footprint, the more we need trucks, infrastructure. We need more escorts. So, it is sort of a multiplying effect. But it's the only way to ensure that we can establish the right level of inflow to what is needed.I will stop there and then I'll leave it to you to ask.**Questions and AnswersQuestion: There were some question marks at the Security Council by some ambassadors, on whether you are requesting a change in mandate to MINUSTAH at all. What's the status of that as far as the United Nations is concerned?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: We haven't requested a change in the mandate, although we have requested an increase in the ceiling for troops and police. Maybe we can strengthen the mandate on the role of MINUSTAH coordination. But, I think we have some more days for doing that. This morning, my understanding is that there will only be technical amendments to the resolution - increasing the ceiling for troops and police. There will not be change at this stage; we can live with the resolution as it is, for the time being. We may have to change it, but we have some more days to do it.Question: Why do you think you may have to change it? I mean what needs to changed as far as you're concerned, in the longer run?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: To be more precise in the role of coordination amongst all actors and between MINUSTAH and others. We might have to be a bit more precise for internal reasons, also.Question: What do you mean?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: The resolution paragraph 6 currently says we have a coordination role in coordinating the work of the UN agencies. Maybe we have to have wording in the future that could be a bit more strengthened. But, it was not also our opinion; some Member States were also [saying] maybe we have to have a more robust mandate for MINUSTAH. But, I think it's a bit too early. We consider, we've decided, we proposed, but it is not the time this week to change the mandate. We will leave it for a few more days, maybe one or two more weeks, to see if we have to have a more robust mandate.You want to add anything?Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: The strengthening will really make it more clear what is the extent of the coordination. Coordination is a broad word. And with a lack of resources that are available on the ground, we may need to really push the boundaries on who uses what resources where. And it's more than coordination -- it's an enabling role, giving resources that go beyond the standard procedures. So, we are working on that. It's not clear yet. But that may be the case, and we may come back to the Security Council.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: But this morning, we haven't made that request. Some Member States have said that they will consider [it] in the future, but not this week.Question: Mr. Le Roy, a lot of what you said talked about security, and securing the Mission. In terms of rules of engagement, do you feel you need to go back to the Council to strengthen the rules of engagement? Because there are the emergence of roving gangs, and reportedly heavily armed gangs now on the streets, so push is going to come to shove pretty soon, I suspect.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: So far, we don't consider we have to change the rules of engagement. As you know, this Mission is already under Chapter VII, and we have dealt in the past very robustly against the gangs - everyone remembers what happened in Cit・Soleil - with the same rules of engagement.Question: They're back on the streets, yeah.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: They were there, they are still there. But we are not going to review the rules of engagement for the time being. What is important is that we have to ensure that the Haitian authorities are fully comfortable for us using the rules of engagement that we have at the maximum capacity. We have to ensure that they are supporting us in the interpretation of the rules of engagement. But we are not requesting a change of them.Question: Mr. Le Roy, one question about the cooperation with the American troops: which kind of coordination are you going to have? I mean, MINUSTAH is going to take the control of security around all the country, Port-au-Prince, and then the American troops are going to be under, you know, the umbrella of the MINUSTAH? Which kind of coordination are you going to have with them? And then second, it's still like there were reports about complaints that American planes were like taking the priority of the control of the airport for landing the equipment and troops and everything and then the World Food Programme (WFP) was delayed two days for landing the planes with the needed food for the Haitians.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: On the first question, the United States troops are not under the UN umbrella. There's a bilateral agreement by the US; a very important one. What we have is a coordination mechanism with them, a clear division of labour. So, general security is the task of the MINUSTAH and [inaudible]… the US military is coming with several tasks, and of course, the US mission could tell you more about its huge humanitarian operation and what it needs to do to secure their humanitarian operation. Second, as you know, they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Haitian authorities to have more control and secure the airport. Then they are doing a lot engineering work. While we speak, they're working at the port of Port-au-Prince to ensure it can be reopened very, very soon. I heard an unconfirmed statement that could happen in the coming days. So, it's a clear division of labour: general security -- MINUSTAH; others are supporting [inaudible]… activities and engineering work in many places. We have a liaison officer between them and us, both at the Miami headquarters and at MINUSTAH headquarters. And we'll do the same with the Canadian troops who are also coming. General security is by MINUSTAH; but others are there, mostly engineers, all supporting their own humanitarian operations.Question: About the airport, the Americans complained; they said had the priority; they're landing their planes instead of the World Food Programme (WFP).Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: Okay.Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: Clearly, when the agreement between the government of Haiti and the US was reached for the US to take control of the management and operations of the airport, there was an initial moment of confusion, and we have seen that there were problems in prioritizing the landing of different flights. In fact, WFP on Saturday had two aircraft with food unable to land. So, that is absolutely the case. What we have done now is set up a small coordination cell at the airport. So, we work together on the priorities, and I can tell you the feedback we got this morning from the funds and programmes; we had a meeting with the Secretary-General, they confirmed that they started to work and yesterday things were much, much better. I have to say here, if I may, that what is very important is that we also set priorities in the beginning. So, sometimes the overwhelming will of the international community to offer something, not necessarily is in line with the most immediate demands. So, sometimes we will have to ask for certain things either to be staged somewhere else to be brought in later on, or to be brought by land, or to be delayed a little bit. So, that is something that we need to keep in mind.Question: [inaudible] Mr. Le Roy, after your visit yesterday, of course everybody appreciates the work that you're doing, but don't you have a feeling that maybe your voice is sometimes on the logistical issues and security matters, securing any new assistance, rather than giving priority to saving the people themselves or even your own people. I'm just saying that, don't you think that the United Nations has wasted too much time on bureaucracy before starting the flow?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: I really cannot say that. You have seen that certain rescue teams are… I think they're over 40, certain rescue teams, 1,700 people working on rescue.Question: [inaudible]Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: Yeah. They have arrived the first day, I must say. The first were the US, the French, the Chinese -- they have worked [inaudible]. Second, our own forces, who have been on site from the very first night. The Brazilian troops, the Jordanians and others, have been working in all the places from the first night and they're still working. I don't know if you were with us yesterday and saw the UN crane working in the headquarters, and we're continuing. So, really our forces have used all the assets they have, which at the beginning were not assets specialized for removing rubble; but they have been used from the very first night. And they're continuing; we're not stopping them at all. But at the same time it's important to have the mission up and running for other tasks. But, the first priority from the first night has been search and rescue. And we called expert teams and we have used our own assets to do the job.Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: Let me say something here. When you visit what has happened, the size and the dimension of the problem, I will argue, is equivalent to what happened to the Twin Towers in New York. It was a huge, huge thing that happened here. There, of course, you don't have anything equivalent as towers, but you have many buildings all distributed around the whole city and the basic infrastructure from which you start is much, much, much lower. You know, the baseline is much lower. So, I think, clearly, the first rescue efforts arrived the day after, as Alain said, many came from far away. The Dominican Republic provided the first team that arrived by land. This was in the middle of total lack of communication. We were speaking with the Mission on the Logistics Base. They had no way of communicating with any of the rest of the buildings except for a few satellite phones, which were working full-time. So, you were trying to get in, and they were busy because they were doing operational matters. So, the dimension of what happened was such that it was very, very, very hard to ramp up; to have [on] the first day, all that was required. But the international community reacted in such a way that we have now the people deployed on the ground, on search-and-rescue, for example, in numbers that Alain just mentioned.Question: You don't agree with the criticism that each country sent the first teams to save its own people? That the Chinese went to save the Chinese, the Americans went to save… I mean, I'm talking about the first one or two days. You don't agree with this criticism at all, that it was not--?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: The coordination of search and rescue is done by UNDAC ‑‑ the UN Disaster Assessment Coordination Team. Maybe you can say a word on that, as the representative of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on this issue? You want to come? Yeah.Director of OCHA- New York: Thank you very much. What happens with these search-and-rescue teams--Question: Can you state your name please?Director of OCHA- New York: My name is Rashid Khalikov. I am Director of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.What happens when search and rescue teams arrive: in the airport there is a representative of the UNDAC Team that the Under-Secretary-General mentioned. And he or she tries to direct the search-and-rescue teams to that part of the city or cities that were affected. They have daily morning meetings, where all search-and-rescue teams update what has happened before, and they divide the city, or cities, or locations, where they work. Of course, nobody can say that the coordination is perfect and everything is divided properly. But every effort has been done in a very chaotic environment to use the resources and assets that are there. There are more than 40 teams from many countries, and more than [1,700] personnel with equipment and dogs who are specially trained for that. You can imagine that it is a huge contingent of experts that are trying their best. What we have seen in recent days that people are still alive under the rubble. This effort will continue in the coming days.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: And that's why we say it's very important that search-and-rescue operations continue. Of course, it has been from the very first day. It shall continue, because even yesterday a person was extracted alive and it's happening in other places. So, it's very important that they remain in Port-au-Prince. We know that there are also needs outside Port-au-Prince. But the needs are also important there.Question: Just to points of clarification: when you talked about changing the mandate ‑‑ making it… needing a role for MINUSTAH that is more robust ‑‑ you are speaking within the UN context, yes? Or beyond that?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: We haven't any proposal on that today.Question: I know, I know. But just to clarify what you mean by that.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: We are just brainstorming at this stage. I think it's too early to ask for a change in the substance of the mandate. But we will see in the coming days if the coordination role of MINUSTAH is well-performed. So far, it's not disputed, but we have to see.Question: Do you mean in the UN agencies, or beyond that?Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: The humanitarian responsibility, which is what we are discussing here, is broader than the UN agencies. The UN agencies and the non-governmental organizations are part of the humanitarian cluster. So, this is a broad constellation that is in process of beefing up resources, and that's where we may need to strengthen.Question: One other question: you said you brought in some people, some of the troops from outside Port-au-Prince. Can you tell us how many?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: Yes. For the time being, 400. Also, we have a problem of accommodating new troops, so new troops must be self-sustainable. And also, it's important that the situation in the other cities remains under control so we are not moving too many.Question: You mentioned these areas outside of Port-au-Prince. What's DPKO's (Department of Peacekeeping Operations) presence in Jacmel, Carrefour… the other cities that are described as having problems with aid not reaching them? Is there also security? Does DPKO have a presence in each of these towns? And on the question of national staff, it was said today that one reason it's harder for MINUSTAH than the funds and programmes to get out and check how national staff are doing is that all the records were in the hotel and were destroyed. Doesn't either DFS (Department of Field Support) or isn't there some database of records of United Nations personnel kept other than in the hotel? Can you explain that? It's just been said repeatedly that all the records were in the hotel, so I want to know how the DPKO's computer system works for its staff.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: Yes, of course -- not DPKO, but MINUSTAH -- is present and patrolling the main cities -- Jacmel, of course, and Gressier and Carrefour, the cities that have been destroyed. They don't have a permanent presence and we don't have bases in every city, but we are patrolling all the main cities that have been affected by the earthquake.Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: Regarding national staff, the first thing one needs to recognize is that we are talking about a number of national staff which is above 1,000 people, so the amount of work required to reach out to each one of them is in itself a different demand. You know, most of the funds and programmes are talking about staff in the dozens. We are talking about 1,200 people here. We have the database, absolutely. There was a server in that building, but they were able to recover another server as a backup, which, as usual with every backup, may not have been the absolute latest, but was baseline enough to reach out to people. The problem at first was a lack of telecommunications. Now, they are calling people and we are backing them up from New York, so that the Mission doesn't have to do it as the Mission is overwhelmed with the level of activities. But, yes, there was a backup.Let me say something here so that you have a sense of what we are facing. First, the Haitians themselves are shocked, and that's part of the reason why the situation is calm, much calmer than one would expect, given the circumstances. But, let me talk a little about our own people. We have three groups of people within the Mission. We have the people who have died or are injured, and that has meant incredible loss for the Mission, starting with the leadership, and not only with the leadership. We have another group of people who are those who are there but they have relatives under the rubble. We have many couples working in Port-au-Prince, many couples working with the funds and programmes or agencies that have people in the Mission or vice-versa, and you can see people wandering around the buildings trying to find their beloved ones. So we have another group of people who are in a desperate situation.Then we have the rest -- the ones who are holding the fort. And the ones who are holding the fort are in a total state of shock themselves. Having said that, they have put things in motion, they have worked. I always tell this story and you may have heard me saying this: the Deputy Force Commander, who was totally in charge the first 36 hours until the Force Commander arrived, had a relative under the rubble of the Montana Hotel. We have many cases like that. That means not only that the Mission has been absolutely curtailed in its capacity, because of all these reasons, the ones who are there are working in an incredible situation.One of the things we are doing now is starting an inflow of people. We have sent people for 30 critical positions that are starting to review what is being done to set an operational priority vis-・vis the new demands from the ground and adjusting what is it that needs to be done. We are now going to go to a phase where we essentially are going to do a major shift of getting people out of the Mission. Because, I told them yesterday when we spoke, we know we have a lot of heroes, we don't need superheroes, because we need to get things done professionally. So we are going to shift people out. We are going to send people in, some of them on short term, some of them longer term. And in the meantime, we are assessing the overall Mission -- what is the size that is required, what are the adjustments that are required -- and we are going to organizationally adjust that in the coming two or three weeks.Question: I'm sort of lost in a welter of numbers. There are reports coming out of Port-au-Prince today that the Government is estimating the dead at 200,000. Can you confirm that number? Are you keeping any number of your own or do you know how many people have gone into mass graves so far? Any sense that would give us the scale. Two, on another number issue, when we were talking yesterday, the number of troops and police you asked for seems to have tripled overnight, in terms of the numbers you were thinking yesterday, when you left Port-au-Prince. Was there some sudden new security assessment that you decided you needed so many more than you initially had talked to us about? And the third number, someone said 4,000 prisoners had escaped. Do you have any assessment on that? And then the final point I want to make, someone said M馘icins sans Fronti鑽es gave a briefing today in which they said that, in those places like Jacmel and Carrefour and the places that are a little bit removed from Port-au-Prince, there isn't very much aid, that those cities are underserved by the aid distribution.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: On the main figure, I refer to OCHA, we don't give estimates on the figures. We quote what the Red Cross is saying, which is in the order of maybe of 50,000. We know that the Haitians are saying 200,000. We don't have more precise figures. We still have the figures of thousands; we just quote the Red Cross saying an order of magnitude of 50,000. We are not saying it's 50,000 or 200,000. We don't know. And I don't think anyone knows, to be frank.Second, on the question of the number of troops, yesterday we had a more limited number in mind. And after having spoken with the Mission yesterday, and then again this morning, we discovered that the demand for escort was drastically increasing. So there was a clear need to establish the figure to 2,000. It means, in addition to the proposal we have [inaudible] Dominican Republic.About much more aid outside of Port-au-Prince. It's clear we have been more focused on Port-au-Prince in the first 24 and 48 hours. And we are discovering, of course, that the needs are quite important also outside. So at the beginning we were focusing, in my opinion, too much on Port-au-Prince but not enough on places other than Port-au-Prince. And that's what's going on now. We are there, search-and-rescue teams are there. Aid is coming also, but it's clear that, at the beginning, everyone was focusing only on Port-au-Prince, which was fine, but of course other places needed to be assisted. You want to say a word on that?Director of OCHA New York: No, we're just starting to make assessments in the areas outside Port-au-Prince, I think yesterday, but, as you said, initially, everybody was [inaudible] focused on the news coming from the capital. Please also understand that, according to various estimates, there are almost 3 million people living in the areas around the capital and the capital itself. So one third of the country has been affected and really overwhelmed. And there was very little, actually no information coming from outside about the impact. As it very often happens with earthquakes, it's not only in the epicentre that covers the certain area, it was along the fault line. And that's why the areas outside Port-au-Prince were affected. The proper assessment is being carried out and, of course, assistance will follow. I cannot say that assistance already is provided there in the scale that we wanted, but we have to establish an understanding of the impact of this, which is the work that is being conducted by the UNDAC team and by the United Nations agencies that are there in the country.Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: One of the things that has come now as an additional demand, this is from last night and this morning, is helicopters to cover some areas, because some of the roads, of course, are also damaged, connecting Port-au-Prince to these other cities. So I've been in contact with some of the agencies that have required helicopters to go and help them deliver the assistance to the remote areas.Question: And the 4,000 prisoners…?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: Yes, we have that report that, as the penitentiary collapsed, that 4,000 prisoners have escaped. Of course, some of them are very dangerous people. It's why we are also requesting having at least 100 more correction officers to try to establish some detention facilities as soon as Haitian national police, with our support, will arrest some of them.Question: The helicopters, are they American or are other countries contributing helicopters, or are they all American. And secondly, do you have any offers for additional troops and additional police?Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: As far as helicopters are concerned, you know, the Americans have come with an aircraft carrier with, I think, 19 helicopters. I understand others might also. I don't have the name of the countries. Concerning the offers for the troops, I said the Dominican Republic. We don't have firm offers of others, but we have seen, for example, yesterday it was discussed in Brussels this morning, a potential offer, it's not firm yet, of European gendarmerie. European gendarmerie could be part of the offer we would get, but of course no decision has been made. It's a clear consideration by the European Union on this issue, with the leading nation being Italy on this.Under-Secretary-General Malcorra: And some Latin American countries have already said that they were willing to do it. I don't think we have a formal offer yet.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: No, we have clearly a number of countries considering. The firm offer received as of today is from the Dominican Republic. But I'm sure in the coming days we'll have other fair offers.Question: What is the quickest they could get on the ground? The new troops and police.Under-Secretary-General Le Roy: From the Dominican Republic, I think immediately, of course. The others, depends very much if the port is reopened in the coming days or not. I think that is a very important factor. If the port is reopened, that will alleviate the bottleneck at the airport. Otherwise, it depends on

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4.Haiti: Germany's emergency aid,Govt. Germany
RV=207.6 2010/01/19 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Council

In the light of the dramatic situation on the ground the German Government has increased its aid for the Haiti earthquake victims to 7.5 million euro. This was announced by Federal Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle at the end of a crisis unit meeting at the Federal Foreign Office. The first aid consignments are already on the way.Foreign Minister Westerwelle and Development Minister Niebel have decided to increase Germany's aid following a joint meeting with the Haiti earthquake crisis unit. The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development will increase its food aid to 2.5 million euro. The Federal Foreign Office is now providing 5 million euro in humanitarian emergency aid.The money will be used by relief agencies to supply the Haiti earthquake victims with urgently needly food medicines emergency accommodation and clean drinking water. Two drinking water purification units sent by the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) have already arrived in Port-au-Prince. They are intended to supply 60000 people with clean drinking water.A mobile health clinic run by the German Red Cross began work on Sunday. Westerwelle announced that the German Government would use the additional funds to send Haiti a mobile hospital and other supplies. Medical care was right now "the top priority". The health clinic is staffed by a team of doctors nurses and technicians. The Federal Foreign Office's Regional Medical Officer is already in Haiti.Coordinating German aidThe Federal Foreign Minister stated his intention to consult closely with Germany's international partners over the days ahead. On 18 January the EU Council is due to hold a special meeting on the Haiti earthquake which will be attended by Minister of State Werner Hoyer.To coordinate Germany's relief effort a special meeting of the Humanitarian Aid Coordinating Committee will also take place at the Federal Foreign Office on 19 January. Relevant ministries and aid agencies are represented on the Committee.Sympathy for the victimsForeign Minister Guido Westerwelle expressed his shock and sadness over the earthquake a tragedy "of apocalyptic proportions". He thanked the German public and business community for all the donations sent in and appealed for them to keep coming.It was his sad duty he added to inform the public that in all probability also German nationals were among the victims. According to reliable reports a first German victim had been found. Westerwelle expressed his heartfelt sympathy for the victim's family.Additional staff had been sent to the German Embassy in Port-au-Prince which was working round the clock to discover what had happened to our compatriots there he continued. The great majority had survived but despite strenuous efforts eight Germans were still missing.An earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale struck Haiti on 12 January 2010 at 16:53 h local time. The epicentre was some 15 kilometres from the capital Port-au-Prince. The quake caused

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5.Government approves €600000 in emergency funding to the UN to respond to Haitian disaster,Govt. Ireland
RV=202.4 2010/01/19 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish

Minister of State for Overseas Development Peter Power TD today approved €600000 in funding for the World Food Programme and to assist the United Nations in providing vital coordination to the rescue and relief effort.The funding will support the urgent transport of goods personnel and food in Haiti and assist the UN agency which is charged with coordinating the overall humanitarian response to the earthquake.Announcing the funding Minister Power said:"The devastation wrought by the earthquake of January 12 is one of the worst disasters to which the international community has ever responded. While the death toll continues to mount the latest estimates are that in excess of 100000 people have lost their lives while many hundreds of thousands more are seriously injured."The UN has reported that the earthquake damaged or destroyed as many as 50 percent of buildings in the most affected areas. Immediate priorities include the provision of emergency medial assistance to the acutely-injured and the urgent supply of essential food clean water sanitation and shelter to the tens of thousands who have been left homeless."The funding of €600000 which I authorised today will support the World Food Programme (WFP) and the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to get the skilled personnel and the essential food and humanitarian supplies to the people who so desperately need them."The main challenge facing humanitarian agencies at this point is one of logistics. I have authorised €300000 to support the World Food Programme which is taking the lead among UN agencies in transporting goods and personnel and supplying food a task which is vital as the days pass and what little food people had is used up" Minister Power said."The Government is also providing €300000 to OCHA which is charged with the overall coordination of UN agencies and NGOs working in Haiti. They are tasked with ensuring that aid reaches those who need it most quickly and effectively " Minister Power said.This latest funding is in response to the UN's Flash Appeal and forms part of the €2m pledged by the Government to the Haiti response. Funding is also being disbursed through Irish agencies working on the ground.Three highly-skilled members of Ireland's Rapid Corps have also been deployed to Haiti and others are on standby and are expected to be called upon over the coming days and weeks.In addition a consignment of more than 80 tonnes of essential humanitarian supplies is currently en route to Haiti. This is one of the largest consignments of humanitarian supplies ever provided directly by Ireland.Last year Ireland contributed €20 million to the United Nation's disaster relief fund which the UN is drawing upon in response to the Haiti crisis.Note for EditorsIreland has committed €2 million in direct funding to respond to the Haitian disaster. This is being channelled through the United Nations and Irish agencies working on the ground. The funding to the WFP and OCHA announced today is drawn from the €2 million. Some €250000 has also been paid to the International Federation of the Red Cross to provide emergency medical care shelter supplies and water and sanitation equipment. Irish Aid is also working in close contact with Irish NGOs Concern and Goal in Haiti.Ireland committed €20m to the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) in 2009. The CERF provides rapid funding to emergencies and disasters such as that in Haiti. Ireland is the 7th largest contributor having committed €73m since 2006. Irish Aid also pre-positions emergency funding with NGO partners such as Goal Concern and Trcaire in order to allow for quick disbursal in emergency situations.The Irish Rapid Response Corp consists of 130 personnel with specialised skills in areas such as logistics engineering and public health which can prove vital in responding to emergency and humanitarian situations. In addition Irish Aid has pre-positioned emergency supplies such as tents blankets and water and sanitation equipment in depots around the globe which can be called upon in an emergency.In 2009 Irish Aid allocated funding of approximately €1 million to civil society partners working in Haiti. This included more than €900000 to Concern and smaller amounts to missionary personnel. Haiti is particularly vulnerable to natural disasters and Irish Aid has responded to a number of emergency situations in the past including a devastating series of hurricanes in 2008.For further information please contact Fionnuala Quinlan press officer Irish Aid the Department of Foreign Affairs on 01-4082653 or 087-9099975. For further information on the Government's overseas aid programme visit www.dfa.ie and www.irishaid.gov.ieENDS19 January 2010Press Office

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1.DEC member agencies call for halt to any new adoptions of children separated from their families after Haiti earthquake: Aid effort must focus on tracing and reunification of families,DEC
RV=277.2 2010/01/20 00:00
キーワード:Red,DEC,Vision,Cross

Member agencies of the Disasters Emergency Committee are calling for the international focus to remain on reuniting children who have lost their families during the earthquake in Haiti rather than adopting them out of the country.The agencies are calling for an immediate moratorium on any new adoptions of children left on their own following last week's devastating earthquake until full extended family tracing and reunification has been completed.They said any hasty new adoptions would risk permanently breaking up families causing long-term damage to already vulnerable children and could distract from aid efforts in Haiti. Experience in such major emergencies shows that most children currently struggling to survive on their own will have family still alive and efforts must be concentrated on tracing and reuniting families.Adoptions already in process should go ahead as long as the appropriate legal documentation is in place and the adoptions meet Haitian and international law.The call came from child protection and family tracing experts at Save the Children and World Vision and the restoring family links unit of the British Red Cross.Jasmine Whitbread Save the Children's Chief Executive said:"Thousands of families have been separated in the chaos of the earthquake but the vast majority of the children currently on their own still have family members alive who will be desperate to be reunited with them and will be able to care for them with the right support. Taking children out of the country would permanently separate thousands of children from their families - a separation that would compound the acute trauma they are already suffering and inflict long-term damage on their chances of recovery."People wanting to help protect vulnerable children in Haiti will make the most difference by giving to agencies working to reunite children with their families and support relatives to care for them long-term."Justin Byworth World Vision's Chief Executive said:"The extreme poverty in Haiti already makes children extremely vulnerable to exploitation and abuse and new unregulated adoptions could open the door to child traffickers. Children should not be leaving Haiti at this stage except with surviving family members or if adoptions already in process have full required legal documents. We are concerned not only about premature overseas adoption but also about children increasingly being sent unaccompanied to the Dominican Republic."Pete Garratt British Red Cross Disaster Response Manager said:"The International Committee of the Red Cross continues to work closely with the Haitian Red Cross to help Haitians re-establish contact with their loved ones. The ICRC has opened an office at the headquarters of the Haitian Red Cross in Crois de Prez to help people to locate and get back in touch with relatives."As of 18 January more than 22000 people had registered on the ICRC's special website www.icrc.org/familylinks which was activated on 14 January to help people searching for their loved ones.Save the Children has teams on the ground identifying lone children and is launching an emergency family tracing and reunification programme to reunite families and help put in place long-term support for their care.The members also strongly discourage western governments from moving large numbers of children out of Haiti unless essential for medical reasons. If children are taken for treatment the evacuating authorities must make sure that children have a caregiver or parents with them and proper records are kept of their whereabouts so they can be reunited with relatives when they are physically better.World Vision and Save the Children also called for the Government of Haiti to develop a policy on separated and accompanied children providing clear guidelines on how to respond to this issue in the medium to longer term. This policy should draw on the recently welcomed UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children and the UNHCR Executive Committee Conclusion on Children at Risk.Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.- Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.

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2.DEC: Appeal total hits £31.5million,DEC
RV=277.2 2010/01/20 00:00
キーワード:Red,DEC,Vision,Cross

Exactly one week after the devastating earthquake in Haiti the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal total has increased to 」31.5million counted so far as the public responds to desperate need of Haiti's survivors.In the middle of an extremely challenging aid operation where many survivors are already terrified of aftershocks the news of today's tremors are of grave concern. We are assessing the impact of the aftershock with our field staff to see if there has been further large-scale disruption to survivors and aid operations.Since our last update DEC member agencies work has included:- CARE is concentrating on meeting the specific needs of pregnant women new mothers and children through the distribution of water purification tablets emergency food rations infant kits for mothers with newborns and young babies and hygiene kits. Yesterday CARE supported 10800 people at camp sites in Leogane and Petionville and plan to install water bladders and distribute mattresses and blankets to 500 people in Leoganes today.- Merlin's surgical team arrived in Haiti yesterday along with 4.8 tonnes of medical equipment including vital medication beddings surgical drills generators solar kits and chlorine tablets. Merlin's team on the ground now includes two surgeons one focusing on limb salvaging an anaesthetist A&E consultants and nurses. Merlin is working with Christian Aid's local partner Koral to identify and triage patients. Christian Aid is also working with Koral and other partners to distribute blankets tarpaulins and food.- The Red Cross are sending 200 latrines and a JCB digger by air today. Two Red Cross mobile health clinics are also working in some of the worst affected areas outside the capital with capacity to help 30000 people every day. In total so far the Red Cross have sent 55000 blankets and 29000 mosquito nets with water being provided to over 12000 makeshift camps. More than 23055 people have also registered with the ICRC family links website www.icrc.org/familylinks to search for their loved ones and 1573 have registered to say they are safe and well.- Tearfund and their local church partner are running a refugee camp in Delmas 33 Port-au-Prince with capacity for 2000 people as well as another large camp at a Catholic school compound with capacity for 10000 people. Quisqueya Church which has power and running water is now being used as a neighbourhood feeding centre.- Oxfam have delivered water to 5000 people in Petionville and Carrefour and plan to visit two new sites today bringing the total number of people helped to 12000 daily. Ten tonnes of water and sanitation equipment plastic sheeting for shelter and body bags have already arrived in Port au Prince with another 30 tonnes scheduled to arrive today and 50 tonnes planned for Friday.- Save the Children is sending two mobile health clinics to Leogane to start treating some of the children who will have been worst affected by the earthquake and have gone for a week without any medical care. They are also launching their child tracing programme to reunify lost children with their parents today.- Islamic relief are trucking clean water to Delmas 18 and Le Blant South areas and are flying in 1000 tents from Dubai stocks.Disaster Emergency Committee Chief Executive Brendan Gormley said:"Exactly a week on from the earthquake that hit Haiti we continue to be stunned by the generosity of the UK public. The total raised so far stands at an amazing 」31.5m and as the full scale of the tragedy continues to unfold we rely on the generosity of donors.""Despite continuing logistical and communications challenges our 13 member agencies have been working round the clock to meet the needs of the Haitian people but there is still a huge amount of work to be done."However vital aid is starting to get through to in larger quantities with some hospitals and clinics starting to receive life-saving medical supplies food and water."Our agencies in Haiti continue to closely monitor the security situation.Donations to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal counted so far have reached 」31.5m. The massive response shows the UK public understand that member agencies need their support as they overcome communications and logistical problems to help people desperately needing assistance. The amount is mostly online and phone donations with amounts from corporate postal events SMS and over-the-counter donations coming through in the next few days.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.- Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.- The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Please donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead many more injured many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.

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3.Government aid consignment and Rapid Response Corps members arrive in Haiti,Govt. Ireland
RV=199.6 2010/01/20 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish

The Government's consignment of more than 80 tonnes of emergency humanitarian supplies has arrived in Haiti Minister of State for Overseas Development Peter Power confirmed today.The supplies of blankets plastic sheeting for temporary shelter water tanks tents mattresses and kitchen sets will be given to Concern and Goal for distribution to more than 8000 families.Commenting on the consignment Minister Power said:"This consignment which is one of the largest ever directly supplied by the Government arrived in the Dominican Republic last night (Jan 19). A convoy of 16 trucks is currently transporting the aid to Port-au-Prince. It will be distributed by our partners Concern and Goal to thousands of families who are so desperately in need of shelter and water.In addition to blankets water and sanitation equipment tents and kitchen sets the consignment also includes generators which are crucial to the urgent relief effort.This consignment is in addition to the €2 million in immediate financial support which the Government has committed to the United Nations and Irish aid agencies working in Haiti" Minister Power said.He also confirmed that three members of Ireland's Rapid Response Corps have been deployed to Haiti to assist in the international emergency effort in the wake of this week's devastating earthquake.Donal McGrath an ICT specialist from Dublin and John Jefferies an ESB Network technician from Cork arrived in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic last night (19 January) and will travel to Haiti to work with the World Food Programme.Captain Tim O'Connor a Defence Forces' engineer from Cork who is a UN-trained disaster expert has also been deployed as part of the small Irish Aid technical team assessing the immediate needs of the Haitian people."Highly-skilled specialists have a vital role to play in the rescue and recovery effort and the Government would like to pay tribute to these three Corps members whose expertise and commitment will prove invaluable to the international effort" Minister Power said."The consignment of aid supplies and the deployment of key personnel is in addition to the €2 million of emergency aid which the Government has pledged to Haiti and the €20 million of pre-positioned funding which Irish Aid allocated to the UN Central Emergency Response Fund last year and which is being drawn upon to support the UN response to this terrible tragedy" he said.Other members of the Rapid Response Corps are on standby and may be called upon over the coming days and weeks to fill essential positions.Rapid Response Corps membersJohn Jefferies Ballinhassig Co Cork (photo attached)An ESB Network Technician from Cork John previously worked in Azerbaijan as an international observer during the country's elections and also has worked with Concern.He has three children Eoin Aideen and Cian. His first development assignment was with Concern in Burundi setting up IT infrastructure. He has also worked in Afghanistan Pakistan and Tanzania. He has also travelled to Azerbaijan at the request of the Department of Foreign Affairs to work as an election observer.In Haiti Mr Jefferies will be responsible for the provision of electrical services for the WFP's emergency operations. His tasks will include the installation and maintenance of electricity wiring and distribution systems for all WFP offices and warehouses in the emergency zone.Speaking about his interest in development work Mr Jefferies said;"It's nice to do something different and I really enjoy meeting people from all over the world. It's very rewarding being so hands-on in helping people. And the one thing I've learned is that people are all basically the same. We all want a decent standard of living a better life for our children and something to look forward to."Donal McGrath (photo attached)An ICT specialist originally from Dublin Mr McGrath lives in Greystones Co Wicklow. He previously deployed with the Rapid Response Corps to work with the World Food Programme in Tanzania for three months in 2008. He has worked in ICT in Teagasc and with a number of Government Departments including the Department of Justice.Speaking ahead of his deployment he said:"My role in overseas development work is quite recent and dates from my participation in Irish Aid's Rapid Response Corps. Unlike some members of the Corps who have prior experience with NGOs my first involvement was when I joined the first RRC cohort in 2007. I have since attended two courses with the World Food Programme and also worked with the WFP in Tanzania for three months in 2008.My contribution to the disaster relief work in Haiti will again be in ICT rather than directly with the victims of this tragedy. However information flows and the delivery of medical & food supplies now rely on ICT and I hope to make my contribution there."Captain Tim O'ConnorCaptain Tim O'Connor is an army engineer from the Defence Forces' Engineering Corps. He is from Kilbrittain Co Cork and is stationed at the Naval Base in Cork. He has previously served overseas with UNMIL in Liberia and EUFOR in Bosnia and Herzogovina. Capt O'Connor is part of the Irish Aid technical team who are assessing the immediate needs of the Haitian people.Note for EditorsIrish Aid maintains the Rapid Response Corps a register of highly-skilled individuals who are willing to be deployed at short notice to assist in an emergency relief effort. To date there have been 65 deployments to over 20 countries including Afghanistan Sri Lanka Sudan DRC Zimbabwe Colombia and now Haiti.Ireland's contributed €20 million to the United Nation's Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) in 2009 and a total of €73 million since it was set up in 2006 following the Asian Tsunami. The CERF provides immediately-accessible funds to the UN for use in a crisis such as that in Haiti. Ireland is the seventh largest donor to this fund.In addition Ireland is providing €2 million which is being channelled directly through Irish NGOs UN humanitarian agencies and the Red Cross.For further information please contact Fionnuala Quinlan press officer Irish Aid the Department of Foreign Affairs on 01-4082653 or 087-9099975. For further information on the Government's overseas aid programme visit www.dfa.ie and www.irishaid.gov.ieEnds+++20 January 2010Press Office

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4.Irish Red Cross deploys experts to Haiti,Irish RC
RV=199.6 2010/01/20 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,Irish

The Irish Red Cross announced today that it is deploying two experts to Port-au-Prince in response to the devastating earthquake which struck a week ago.Joe Lowry an Irishman will be on the ground in Haiti tomorrow and will act as Communications Manager for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) ensuring that there is a constant flow of accurate information from towns and villages affected by the earthquake.Irish Red Cross delegate Will Rogers is also being deployed to Haiti and will arrive in Port-au-Prince tomorrow to manage beneficiary communications in the wake of the disaster. Will has previously worked in Indonesia coordinating the Irish Red Cross response to the tsunami and was deployed to the Padang earthquake in Indonesia in October 2009.Noel Wardick Head of the International Department Irish Red Cross explains "Dispatching our key experts to Haiti is the next step for us in ensuring that the people of Haiti have the support that they need to cope with this disaster. Their priority will be to engage with communities keep them informed of aid deliveries and ensure local support for Red Cross efforts."A week after the disaster there are no official figures on the numbers of dead and affected but there are estimates that well over 100000 people have perished and some 3 million are in need of immediate assistance.Yesterday the Irish Red Cross sent a further €200000 in emergency aid to the people of Haiti with donations being used immediately to provide vital aid and assistance however it is clear that further assistance is needed.Mr. Wardick says "We are calling on every citizen in Ireland to give what they can and make a donation to the Irish Red Cross Haiti Appeal. These funds will help the millions of men women and children who have lost their families homes and livelihoods in the earthquake."Donations are being accepted online or by calling 1850 50 70 70.Background- The earthquake struck on Tuesday (12 Jan) at 12:00 local time measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale shook the capital of Port-au-Prince and other areas of the country with Haiti's West Province (pop. 2.2m) most affected.Notes to Editor1. Irish Red Cross delegates Joe Lowry (Irish) and Will Rogers (Australian) are currently travelling to Haiti to provide assistance and will be operational and available for interview from Thursday (21 Jan) onwards.2. The Irish Red Cross can provide spokesperson/s on the Haitian earthquakeNoel Wardick Head of the International Department Irish Red Cross. (Based in Ireland)Paul Conneally (Irish) Head of External Communications IFRC currently based in Haiti and is available for interview. Tel: 0041 79 308 9809. Satellite phone: 00 88 165 14 12 511.Declan O'Sullivan Acting Secretary General Irish Red Cross. (Based in Ireland)How you can helpDonations are being accepted online or by calling 1850 50 70 70.Cheque and postal orders should be marked for the relevant appeal and made payable to:Irish Red Cross16 Merrion SquareDublin 2.For media enquiries please contact Ms. Pia Ward on 087 – 7433 275 or alternatively Mr. David Curtin on 086- 283 2123 to arrange an interview.

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5.Africans pledge support to devestated Haiti,AlertNet
RV=198.6 2010/01/20 00:00
キーワード:Red,Cross,question

By George Fominyen and Frank NyakairuDAKAR/NAIROBI (AlertNet) - "As Africans we need to come to the rescue of Haitians with any little aid we can afford" says Solomon Karuiki a trader on the streets of the Kenyan capital Nairobi reflecting a surge of solidarity across most of Africa with the impoverished Caribbean nation since last week's earthquake.Governments organisations and individuals on the African continent largely poor and disaster-prone itself have been raising funds for the Haitain people.Donations in cash and kind have come from the governments of the Republic of Congo (Brazzaville) ($1 million) Gabon ($1million) Equatorial Guinea ($1.9 million) Morocco ($1 million worth of medical supplies) and Senegal ($1million).Along with financial assistance Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade also offered land to host any Haitians who wanted to relocate to Africa although some Senegalese questioned where the Haitians would be housed."This Haiti thing is really disheartening only God knows why it is happening to our kind but President Wade's proposal also sounds like a joke" Aliou Mohamadou told AlertNet from his packed food store in Dakar watching footage from Haiti on local television news and listening to French radio.But "where does he expect us to lodge those people? It is a pretty thing to say but it's not realistic" he added.Even the conflict-torn Democratic Republic of Congo however has offered $2.5 million in assistance to Haitian quake victims although some Congolese have criticised the pledge given DR Congo's own financial dire straits. Seventy-five percent of people in DR Congo live below the poverty line.TIME TO GIVE BACKMany working in the relief field on the African continent believe it is Africa's time to give back after being the recipient of aid for so many years.The Kenyan Red Cross Society (KRCS) has launched a fundraising drive in the east African country."As Kenyans and Africans we have received a lot of aid from the rest of the world and this is our chance to give to those who are less fortunate in Haiti" KRCS Secretary General Abbas Gullet Gullet told AlertNet in a telephone interview.He said the campaign had already raised 250000 Kenyan shillings ($3400). The country's national airline Kenya Airways is also collecting coins from passengers on board its planes to give to Haiti.In the west African state of Senegal the government has said it will stage a television charity event to encourage contributions from local people."I think this is an opportunity for us those in the South to better organise ourselves and not just sit and wait for help to come from the north" Ernerst Diatta a 38 year-old bookshop employee told AlertNet in Dakar.A popular Senegalese singer Coumba Gawlo announced on Monday that she and a group of African musicians are set to release a single in honour of the Haitian people. The proceeds of the song to be written by Lokua Kanza of DR Congo will be offered to the Haitian people."Apart from the single a huge concert would be organised in Dakar involving all the artists who will take part in this project and the proceeds will also be sent to the[our] brothers of Haiti" the artist said in a statement.For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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1.DEC Haiti Appeal: Donations hit £38m,DEC
RV=246.5 2010/01/21 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Red,Vision,Cross

The Disasters Emergency Committee has announced that they have received 」38 million in donations counted so far less than a week since the first DEC broadcast appeal.With vital aid now getting through in larger quantities the public's donations will help to save and rebuild lives across Haiti. DEC member agencies are making a real difference to those affected by the Earthquake by delivering food and water purification powder and by mobilising medical teams to help those in most need.Brendan Gormley Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee commented:"Within less than a week since our broadcast appeal we have received a staggering 」38 million in donations from the public. These generous donations are much appreciated and are vital to help save lives in Haiti."Although the problems of aid distribution are real our member agencies are increasingly getting aid through to the people who need it most even in the outlying areas."I would personally like to thank members of the public who have donated and encourage anyone else to donate what they can. Aid is starting to get through to hospitals and clinics and is quite simply saving lives across Haiti."Since our last update DEC member agency work has included:Christian AidWorking with local partners Christian Aid has mobilised five medical teams of 8-10 doctors and nurses each in the areas close to the epicentre of Jacmel Leogane Petit Goave Carrefour and Martissant formely a very deprived slum near Port au Prince.In addition their partners on the ground have organised groups of young people with primary health care skills to do play therapy with children. A plane load of aid has arrived in Port au Prince carrying four huge portable hospitals with medical equipment large tents for schools blankets and water supplies including water purification tablets and jerry cans for water storage.CARE International UKOver the last several days CARE has brought clean water and water purification powder to some 14000 people and those efforts are scheduled to ramp up in the days to come. CARE also has distributed high-protein biscuits; 1500 collapsible water containers; and 1200 hygiene kits. And the organization has procured 5000 mattresses that will be handed out in the coming days.Concern WorldwideYesterday Concern did a water distribution from trucks at Place de la Paix a site for approx 8000 homeless in St Martin. The water is flowing from the trucks and people are waiting in an orderly line to fill their buckets. A Concern engineer is overseeing the construction of a platform for a 10000 litre water tank to help continue the flow of water.MerlinMerlin has set up a medical unit in Delmas 33 one of the most-affected areas now that a full surgical team and 4.8 tonnes of medical equipment has arrived. The team includes two surgeons (one focusing on limb salvaging) an anesthetist A&E consultants and nurses.Other staff are conducting assessments in affected areas such as Jacmel and Leogane. Plans are also in place to set up 14 clinics in Port-au-Prince and L駮g穗e and Petit-Go穽e both coastal towns to the west of Port-au-Prince.As well as performing emergency surgery staff are treating communicable diseases such as diarrhoea and respiratory infections. In the more long-term they are planning to rebuild and equip health centres and train local health workers.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.- Ends -Notes to editors:キ To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.キ Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.キ Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.キ The DEC consists of: Action Aid British Red Cross CAFOD CARE International UK Christian Aid Concern Worldwide Help the Aged Islamic Relief Merlin Oxfam Save the Children Tearfund World Vision.キ The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.キ The DEC is very grateful for the technical advice and strategic communications support provided by BT to help us respond immediately to international disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti. We also welcome the fact that BT are encouraging the public and their own customers to support the appeal.Media Contacts: 020 7387 0200 or 07930 999 014 (out of hours)Donations can be made at www.dec.org.uk or 0370 60 60 900

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2.Call for halt to new child adoptions in Haiti,SC
RV=246.5 2010/01/21 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Red,Vision,Cross

We're calling for an immediate halt to all new adoptions of Haitian children affected by the disaster. Efforts should focus on reuniting children who have lost their parents with extended families rather than adopting them out of the country.Thursday 21 January 2010All the agencies of the Disasters Emergency Committee of which Save the Children is a member are calling for an immediate moratorium on any new adoptions of children left on their own until full extended family tracing and reunification has been completed.Any hasty new adoptions would risk permanently breaking up families causing long-term damage to already vulnerable children and could distract from aid efforts in Haiti. Experience in such major emergencies shows that most children currently struggling to survive on their own will have living family members and efforts must be concentrated on finding them.Adoptions already in process should go ahead as long as the appropriate legal documentation is in place and the adoptions meet Haitian and international law."Taking children out of the country would permanently separate thousands of children from their families — a separation that would compound the acute trauma they are already suffering and inflict long-term damage on their chances of recovery" said Jasmine Whitbread Save the Children's Chief Executive."People wanting to help protect vulnerable children in Haiti will make the most difference by giving to agencies working to reunite children with their families and supporting relatives to care for them long-term" Whitbread continued.Unregulated adoptions could open door to traffickers"The extreme poverty in Haiti already makes children extremely vulnerable to exploitation and abuse and new unregulated adoptions could open the door to child traffickers" said Justin Byworth World Vision's Chief Executive. "We're concerned not only about premature overseas adoption but also about children increasingly being sent unaccompanied to the Dominican Republic.""The International Committee of the Red Cross continues to work closely with the Haitian Red Cross to help Haitians re-establish contact with their loved ones" said Pete Garratt British Red Cross Disaster Response Manager. "The ICRC has opened an office at the headquarters of the Haitian Red Cross in Crois de Prez to help people to locate and get back in touch with relatives."As of 18 January more than 22000 people had registered on the ICRC's special website www.icrc.org/familylinks which was activated on 14 January to help people searching for their loved ones.Family tracing programme about to launchSave the Children has teams on the ground in Haiti identifying lone children and is launching an emergency family tracing and reunification programme to reunite families and help put in place long-term support for their care.DEC members including Save the Children also strongly discourage western governments from moving large numbers of children out of Haiti unless essential for medical reasons. If children are taken for treatment the evacuating authorities must make sure that they have a caregiver or parents with them and proper records are kept of their whereabouts so they can be reunited with relatives when they are physically better.World Vision and Save the Children also call on the Government of Haiti to develop a policy on separated and unaccompanied children providing clear guidelines on how to respond to this issue. This policy should draw on the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children and the UNHCR Executive Committee Conclusion on Children at Risk.

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3.British Red Cross hygiene team heads to Haiti,BRC
RV=189.6 2010/01/21 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Red,Cross

The British Red Cross is sending an emergency hygiene team to Haiti with urgently needed sanitation equipment for the hundreds of thousands of people now living in temporary shelters or staying in makeshift camps.The team of four are bringing 110 emergency latrines a mini JCB digger and other essential hygiene kit. This mass sanitation emergency response unit (ERU) is able to deal with the sanitation needs of up to 20000 people in the aftermath of an emergencySharon Reader ERU team member said: "With so many thousands of people living out in the open air sanitation becomes absolutely paramount to prevent the spread of disease. It's important to get good safe latrines built for public health reasons and to give people some dignity in this desperate situation. We will also be doing hygiene promotion work to help people keep clean and safe. The work of our team will be absolutely vital for making sure survivors who have already been through so much can stay healthy."Relief effort intensifiesNine days after the devastating earthquake in Haiti as relief efforts intensify the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is reaching tens of thousands of people. However the situation on the ground remains desperate for survivors living amidst the rubble. Simon Schorno International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) spokesman in Port-au-Prince said: "Although people and in some cases the local authorities have started to organise to find water or to collect trash hygiene is becoming a big problem."The Red Cross has already sent seventeen emergency response units (ERU) from around the world to provide support in water and sanitation logistics IT and telecommunication infrastructure health facilities and medical aid. The British Red Cross logistics ERU has been in the Dominican Republic since 16 January co-ordinating the delivery of aid being trucked to Haiti. The sanitation ERU being deployed today will provide additional support to the massive operation in Port-au-Prince.Clean water for over 12000 peopleThe ICRC is now providing water for over 12000 people living in three makeshift camps in Port-au-Prince. "Tanker trucks bring water several times a day to reservoirs we have installed so that families in the camps can drink and wash throughout the day" explained Ikthiar Aslanov an ICRC water and sanitation engineer."After the horror and difficulties of recent days it is a joy to see children drink clean water and wash themselves" said Ugo Mora another ICRC engineer.Red Cross workers continue to provide medical aid to survivors and support to struggling hospitals. The Norwegian Red Cross has set up a field hospital and more medical supplies have been delivered to the Hpital de la Paix in Port-au-Prince and to the Haitian Red Cross first aid post in the shantytown of Martissant.Healthcare outside Port-au-PrinceRed Cross health teams have reached Petit-Go穽e a coastal town some 70 kilometres south-west of Port-au-Prince where they set up two first aid posts that are now being staffed by Haitian Red Cross volunteers. First aid kits were also delivered to treat up to 500 patients.A Red Cross team also went to L駮gane a city south-west of the capital for a second time. "Unfortunately there is as much suffering in L駮gane as there is in Port-au-Prince" said Hassan Nasreddine the ICRC surgeon who led the health team. "So far many patients in L駮gane could not be treated because the city's main hospital lacks everything."The Red Cross will deliver medical supplies to the city in the coming days.Handling the dead with dignityThe Red Cross is distributing body bags body tags gloves masks and other essential items to local mortuaries. Two ICRC forensic experts have arrived in Port-au-Prince to advise the Haitian authorities on the proper collection of information on the dead and on the dignified handling of bodies."We want to help dispel the myth that the dead spread disease which is prevalent in Port-au-Prince and has led to mass cremations and pit burials" said Morris Tidball-Binz who is overseeing the ICRC's forensics efforts in the city.AppealThe British Red Cross is fundraising as part of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) – which brings together 13 leading UK charities in times of major crises. So far thanks to the unprecedented generosity of the public the DEC has raised 」38 million. However the sheer scale of this disaster means much more will be needed.In the event that we raise more money than can be reasonably and efficiently spent any surplus funds will be used to help us prepare for and respond to other humanitarian disasters either overseas or here in the UK.

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4.More aid loaded at Oxfam warehouse for Haiti Earthquake: Aid loaded and transported to Stansted Airport for flight donated by British Airways on Friday,Oxfam
RV=189.6 2010/01/21 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Red,Cross

Fifty tonnes of aid equipment which will help thousands of people in Haiti devastated by last week's earthquake will be packed up at Oxfam's warehouse today ready to be flown out tomorrow.The aid - including tools wheelbarrows latrine slabs and water tanks – will be loaded onto lorries at the international agency's warehouse in Bicester Oxfordshire to be transported to Stansted Airport. The aid will be flown to the Dominican Republic tomorrow morning on a flight generously donated free of charge by British Airways. The aid will then go by truck to Haiti.The emergency equipment paid for by public donations to the Disasters Emergency Committee Haiti Earthquake Appeal which has so far raised 」31.5m in just one week. Increasing amounts of Oxfam aid is being distributed on a daily basis.Oxfam is starting to work in seven sites across the Haitian capital targeting 92000 people with life-saving aid – clean water safe sanitation hygiene kits and plastic sheeting for temporary shelters. The equipment from Stansted will boost the humanitarian effort further.Oxfam's Humanitarian director Jane Cocking said: "It is encouraging to see more and more aid being flown out so our team in Haiti can give the humanitarian support needed by thousands of people in Haiti. As well as looking at their immediate needs Oxfam will be putting its long-term work back on track so that people can put their lives back together for the future. This is being made possible by the tremendous support from the British public."The aid will be packed onto a British Airways flight at Stansted along with aid from the Red Cross. Additional aid from the World Food Programme and Unicef will be loaded on the plane in Denmark before being flown into Santa Domingo airport on Saturday evening.//EndsMedia are welcome to film photograph or carry out interviews at Oxfam's Emergency Aid Warehouse in Bicester Oxfordshire today 12 noon – 3pm.For more information contact:Lucy Brinicombe in Oxford 07786 110054 / 01865 472192 / lbrinicombe@oxfam.org.ukRebecca Wynn in Bicester: 07769 887139The Disasters Emergency Committee – a group of the 13 leading UK aid agencies including Oxfam - has launched a joint appeal for funds. The public can donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal by calling 0370 60 60 900 or visiting the website http://www.dec.org.uk/ The funds are desperately needed.Lucy BrinicombePress Officer - Climate ChangeOxfam Media Unit+44 (0)1865 472192+44 (0)7786 110054www.oxfam.org.uk

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5.ADRA Feeds Thousands in Haiti,ADRA
RV=172.6 2010/01/21 00:00
キーワード:Adra,Council

Wahroonga New South Wales — The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) distributed nearly 13000 rations of high-energy nutritional biscuits donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in several sites in Port-au-Prince Haiti on January 18. Each ration can feed a person for five days."Thousands of people remain in makeshift camps where the food and sanitation situation is precarious" said Richard Jaqua a staff member who is helping to coordinate the logistics for ADRA's emergency response. He reported that the distribution of food is crucial as supplies in the capital's stores and marketplaces have become limited and extremely expensive.ADRA also continues to provide urgent water supplies and medical care to approximately 25000 internally displaced people who have sought refuge at the grounds of the Haiti Adventist University and the Adventist Hospital of Haiti.ADRA in partnership with Global Medic has already established several clean water access points at the site with plans to install 20 more. ADRA also expects to distribute more water supplies provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with thousands already receiving water purification tablets. To improve sanitation at the site ADRA is constructing 60 latrines.In addition ADRA will distribute a shipment of 450kgs of medical supplies received from International Aid and medical supplies worth $15000 donated by Heart to Heart International. ADRA has already distributed approximately 30 boxes of medical supplies at the hospital and continues to provide medical assistance to the injured.To implement these initial response activities ADRA is also partnering with Food for the Poor which is assisting in the distribution of medical and food supplies; Johanniter International a non-profit association that is providing medical supplies for hospital staff; GARSA a Colombian rescue and relief group in partnership with ADRA Colombia; International Relief and Development (IRD); and donors in Puerto Rico.The worldwide ADRA network urgently needs US$1 million to help communities rebuild in the long-term. ADRA Australia has opened a Haiti Earthquake Appeal and is calling for support for the response efforts in the region. Donations can be made to ADRA Australia by calling 1800 242 372 or visiting www.adra.org.au. Donations to ADRA Australia's Haiti Earthquake Appeal will be used to support the disaster recovery and reconstruction efforts in the area. If the appeal raises more funds than are needed donations will be allocated to ADRA Australia's ongoing emergency management activities.International ADRA network partners currently supporting the response efforts include ADRA International ADRA Australia ADRA New Zealand ADRA Czech Republic ADRA United Kingdom ADRA China ADRA Denmark ADRA Switzerland ADRA Norway ADRA Canada ADRA Ireland ADRA Portugal ADRA Sweden ADRA Netherlands ADRA Austria and ADRA Japan.ADRA Australia is a non-government organisation (NGO) engaging in sustainable development projects and emergency management activities for people in need in Australia the Pacific Asia and Africa. It is a member of the Australian Council of Social Services (ACOSS) and has full accreditation with the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). It is a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and is a signatory to ACFID's Code of Conduct. ADRA Australia is part of the international ADRA network which has a presence in 125 countries. ADRA is the worldwide humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. For more information about ADRA Australia or to sign up for email updates visit www.adra.org.au.

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1.Secretary-General's press encounter with President Bill Clinton UN Special Envoy for Haiti [revised unofficial transcript],OSSG
RV=269.1 2010/01/22 00:00
キーワード:question,Vision,Irish,UNICEF,Council

Watch the Media Stakeout WebcastNew York 21 January 2010SG: Good afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen.I am honoured to be joined by President [Bill] Clinton United Nations Special Envoy for Haiti. I appreciate the strong leadership and commitment of President Clinton acting as the Envoy of the United Nations acting as a spokesperson for Haiti. And your leadership and global reach at this time of need for Haiti has never been more in demand. And I count on your Fontinuing support and leadershipNo one is a better friend for Haiti and for the United Nations.We had a very good meeting. You will understand that we will now have to move from the emergency response phase to more on-going relief and early recovery and eventually the reconstruction phase of Haitian economy. This is what we have discussed and I am very much encouraged by such a strong commitment and leadership of President Clinton.We have three priorities: first continuing to provide humanitarian assistance with effective mechanisms to deliver all the relief items to the people who need it.And second to provide security and stability for people. You have seen the Security Council has approved the increase of 3500 military and police forces. We have been receiving quite positive responses from Member States. We will be able to deploy them quite quickly.Thirdly the reconstruction of the Haitian economy. I am going to dispatch [Emergency Relief Coordinator] John Holmes and [UN Development Programme Administrator] Helen Clark for the ministerial meeting which will be held in Montreal in Canada next Monday 25 January.The United Nations together with the World Bank the Inter-American Development Bank and the European Commission are going to conduct a post-disaster assessment which will be used to align with international cooperation for reconstruction.During my recent visit to Haiti I have met many people. What they asked us was that of course they need water food and shelter the basic needs. They need a better future and permanent jobs work with dignity. Therefore I have asked President Clinton if he can work on this Cash for Work programme. Through this Cash for Work programme we can employ many young men and women who can really devote themselves to the early phase of recovery: cleaning the streets and cleaning demolished places and also other economic activities.UNDP has made a Flash Appeal for $41 million. We have not yet received much response from the international community. We hope to have a generous positive support for that. By creating jobs by creating work for all these people this would contribute to revitalize their economy.I am again glad that President Clinton has committed himself to work together with the United Nations on this. This is something [on] which we will work together. And of course I will work together with President Pr騅al Prime Minister Bellerive for better coordinated work enhancing the institution building of the Haitian Government.Thank you very much.President Clinton: Thank you. I will be very brief so we can answer your questions.I think the Secretary-General has pretty well summed it up but I would like to tell you what this looks like from my perspective and what I signed on to do before the earthquake which was to help the Haitian Government and people implement the development strategy that they themselves had adopted. Now it's really important to get the immediate emergency aid up to scale. There must be maybe 2 million people who need food or water. A million will need shelter. Still unmet medical needs. And Mr. Mulet the leader of our mission down there is in Jacmel and Leogane today. He's looking at the other communities that were severely damaged.I think the Cash for Work programme is the next step and it's really important. The United States has a lot of experience with that in the Middle East and Afghanistan; it's really important to give young people something positive to do and a lot of people there want to be a part of rebuilding their country.And then what I've been doing beyond that is going back to the investors who came to our investor conference and expressed interest; the people who came to my Global Initiative and made very specific commitments to Haiti I met with them yesterday in southern Florida; the NGO community that's been working with us – we're trying to get everybody signed on for the long haul. And I'm really encouraged at the way that the UN and the United States and the Government of Haiti have begun working together on the ground.I personally believe that they're going to be given the opportunity to in effect re-imagine their country through the rebuilding of Port au Prince the rebuilding of these other places through opening new airports opening new ports. And I have specifically urged the people who have made investment commitments there outside the Port au Prince area where they can be affected now to go and do it now – 70 percent of the country is living outside the Port au Prince area. And I see getting out of this earthquake as a part of Haiti's larger development strategy and I think it should be integrated into that and I believe the leaders of Haiti agree with that. And insofar as I can help I will do it. Thank you.Q: Mr. Secretary-General could you talk a little bit more about your third point? You said you discussed reconstruction so could you give us some specifics about the reconstruction.And President Clinton you had a plan as you said to get investors in there but you have a huge amount of destruction in front of you. How much do you have to shove down the page and put reconstruction of Port au Prince at the top of the page and get people to focus on that?SG: When President Clinton and I began to work last year for the reconstruction of the Haitian economy we had a good plan and we had received good support. There was an international pledging conference organized by IDP last year in Washington DC. Now with this unfortunate tragic disaster we need to have an assessment a [inaudible] assessment. That is what the United Nations World Bank IDP and the European Commission are going to conduct very soon. After that on the basis of this we need to get support from the international community for a more robust economic reconstruction of Haiti. That is what we are going to do. The Flash Appeal which we made last week in the amount $570 million has been receiving good support. But this is for the very limited emergency response. So we may have to have much more international assistance for this reconstruction.And I need President Clinton's leadership to mobilize political [inaudible] as well as encourage donors and the business communities to invest and provide assistance.President Clinton: In response to your specific question to me some of the goals involving the larger Port au Prince area may have to be re-altered. But think New Orleans after Katrina. So the Government will want to have new building standards so that the buildings they rebuild are more hurricane and earthquake-resistant. But they may also be able to do what's being done in the Lower Ninth Ward and at lower costs build more energy efficient buildings using all kinds of different materials that are handy to them that will encourage better sanitation less deforestation a lot of other things. This is an opportunity here.Outside the Port au Prince area there should be no delay if anything there should be an acceleration. The Royal Caribbean Lines resumed immediately its stops in Labadee. If the airport could proceed in Cap Haitien you would get some more investors for resorts there. That is just one example. The reforestation programme in terms of increasing the mangrove trees that can continue. And I could give you ten other examples outside the area that would only help the rebuilding of Port au Prince by strengthening the infrastructure of the [inaudible] Haitian Government.Q: President Clinton there are a lot of people a lot of individuals interested in donating money to Haiti now but some concern about how much money actually gets into Haiti. What would you recommend. Should people go to more established charities? What is the best way to help Haitians?President Clinton: Well first I think right now we are still sufficiently in the emergency phase that we are better off giving cash to people that you know you can trust to turn it into products and services than sending things down there. I did take an airplane full of very specific medial supplies but only because I had an order list a mile long from the biggest hospital so that they could do 24-hour a day surgeries. But we don't want materials piling up on the airport. So that's my first recommendation.My second recommendation is I think that it's good to give to established groups but they should be established groups with a heavy presence in Haiti. You know UNICEF you know the World Food Programme you know Partners in Health you know OXFAM you know World Vision a faith-based group. You know there are lots of groups that we work with there. I think that right now that is what they need most of all. You are most likely to do the most good with a cash donation no matter how small because we are still working out the logistics. A month from now we may put out an appeal just for blankets; we may put out an appeal for a certain kind of tent. But right now it would be irresponsible because it's all we can do logistically to deliver what we are purchasing ourselves and bringing in ourselves.Q: My first question is about how is going to be the cooperation between the Clinton-Bush Fund and the UN – how is the fund going to be managed? How are they going to be addressed in the recovery of Haiti in the long term. And also Mr. President you talk about some companies some people made commitments to the recovery - can you tell me if they are private companies American companies or foreign?President Clinton: Let me answer your first question. President [George W.] Bush and I asked the American people who wanted to give money and trusted us to distribute it to give it to us. We hope we will be able to have some of that fund saved for the reconstruction projects. So for example suppose the Haitians want to bring in some people that help redesign the urban setting and figure out how they can create the largest number of jobs and the most energy-efficient buildings and all that – we want to be able to have some money there because we don't know if there will be government money available for it at the time. So we will spend some of our money now and some later.The second question you asked was about the private sector. These are by and large businesses that either are operating in Haiti or are interested in operating in Haiti – some American some European. The coordinator of that effort Denis O'Brien is an Irish businessman who owns Digicel the big cell company there and employs a very large number of young Haitians selling his cards and he basically is driving this process for our group and making everybody keep their commitments so I think you may see some more private sector commitments announced in the next couple of weeks not just for aid but for job generation.Q: President Clinton who makes the ultimate decision when the Haitian Government says 'I need money for a certain thing' and they propose something to you? Is it your ultimate decision? Can you say no that is not the way to go? How is the direction there?President Clinton: Maybe the Secretary-General should answer that instead of me. What they have tried to do and I admire this so much and now they are trying to build physical facilities to make it more efficient at the airport. There have been very few authority struggles since this earthquake. You have got the UN there with its coordinating role with its various agencies delivering direct services working with the United States both of them trying to work with the Haitian Government. Thankfully all the Ministers are now clearly saved and the President and Prime Minister have been given the opportunity to work out of office space at the airport so I think they are doing it in a cooperative fashion. In the end it's their country and their future. But when they ask us for something now it is normally evident that they need it and that they have reached the judgment that they need it more than they need something else right now. So far we have not had any conflicts to be resolved in that way.Q: I asked that question because of your history of working with the Government on the island so I just wanted to see if you sense that there may be something different this time around because of the enormity of what you are doing?President Clinton: Maybe but when I was down there I was with the Prime Minister and President [Ren饐 Pr騅al was over in the Dominican Republic meeting with the donor nations. So [inaudible] Prime Minister and I talked to the First Lady when I got back to Florida about building the schools back. The think that impresses me is how in the midst of this awful tragedy they are imagining the future. They are really trying to think differently. They understand that for all of the burdens of this they have a bigger responsibility than ever before to give the Haitian people a different and better future. And so all I can tell you is so far we've got no problems. Maybe we will. I hope we do have some disagreements. If we don't have any it means someone's not thinking. But so far it's good.
2.Current Situation of Cooperation from Japan to Haiti,Govt. Japan
RV=164.4 2010/01/22 00:00
キーワード:question,Red,UNICEF

Extract from the Press Conference by the Deputy Press Secretary 21 January 2010Mr. Sobashima: Second is the current situation of the cooperation from Japan to Haiti. I think you are already aware that Japan offered emergency assistance including assistance of US$5 million going to the recipients through three channels. The first is through UNICEF US$1.5 million through the World Food Programme (WFP) US$3 million and the rest through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).Yesterday the Minister of Defense decided to dispatch a medical team consisting of about 100 people. This team consisting of Self-Defense Forces personnel will leave Japan tonight and travel to Haiti from Miami in C-130 aircraft.After their arrival in Haiti they plan to engage in medical services taking over from the existing medical team of the Japan Disaster Relief Team. We hope that those contributions from Japan would contribute to improve the situation there.From myself these are two topics that I would like to introduce to you and I am ready to take your comments or questions.

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3.UNFPA helps mothers deliver safely in Haiti,UN Radio
RV=154.6 2010/01/22 00:00
キーワード:Irish,Red,UNICEF

Listen to the NewsAmid the destruction of the earthquake in Haiti television cameras caught the miracle of life as at least two women on Wednesday gave birth in the hard-hit capital Port-au-Prince. The doctors who helped these women used safe delivery supplies from the UNFPA the United Nations Population Fund. Bissera Kostova spoke to the chief of UNFPA's Humanitarian Response Branch Dr. Jemilah Mahmood to find out all the ways the Fund helps women in disasters.Mahmood: UNFPA responds in crises in several areas. The first is providing emergency obstetric care and reproductive health kits which means we provide clean delivery kits we provide equipment for deliveries in health centers including emergency Caesarian sections. In the package we also have a comprehensive reproductive health needs including post-rep kits including surgical instruments medication and so forth. On top of that we also ensure that we protect women's dignity by providing them with sanitary towels with basic things like underwear hygiene items and so forth. On the other hand we also ensure that programs are gender-sensitive and we also look into the protection issues on ensuring that women have a minimal risk of gender-based violence and this we do through deployment of experts on gender-based violence in coordination and working again with partners to ensure that this happens.Bissera: The situation in Haiti is especially dire because some hospitals were destroyed. How do you estimate the needs there?Mahmood: Well based on our rough estimates using demographic data that was available before the crisis as well as on an estimate of 3 million people who are affected UNFPA feels that there are approximated 63 thousand women who are currently pregnant in Port-au-Prince and the area. Seven thousand of them we estimate will deliver in the coming month and about 15% of all the pregnant women will also require care for life-threatening-pregnancy complications and newborns are also at very high risk. We have to remember that Haiti has one of the highest maternity mortality rates in the region.Bissera: So what have you sent so far?Mahmood: We have sent reproductive health kits. The kits that we have sent can cater for 150 thousand women for the next 6 months and we'll be sending more dignity kits and more hygiene kits as I speak - in fact they are being deployed they have already been distributed in the border area in Jimani and more actually going into Haiti itself.Bissera: I understand there were two births yesterday?Mahmood: Yes I saw on the television in fact on BBC - I estimate that there were more than two births but the ones that were picked up were obviously the dramatic ones who didn't manage to get to hospital. As you can imagine one of the biggest challenges faced there is that there is destruction of infrastructure there's problem with transport and therefore many women do not have access to health care facilities because of that. And it's a very sad situation. I think everyone is doing their best both from the UN and non-UN sector and we need to see how we can ensure that we can try to restore some semblance of a functioning health system in the midst of all this chaos.Bissera: I assume that women that are already in labor will find their way to a hospital but what about those who as you said will deliver in the next month? Can you ensure that they will get some proper care?Mahmood: What we do at UNFPA is in the reproductive health kits that I mentioned earlier there is something called a clean delivery kit. It's a very basic delivery kit that can be distributed to all women already pregnant so anyone who is visibly pregnant can receive the kit. In it it contains a clean piece of cloth a sterile knife to cut the cord a cord clamp a plastic sheet and so forth so that if they have to deliver where they are - their home or in their tents - they are using clean material and equipment.Bissera: I read somewhere that women need different means of communication and they were looking for a UNFPA expert to go to Haiti so that they can reach the women in informal places. Can you tell me about that?Mahmood: Yes. UNFPA is going to work with partners from OCHA as well as UNICEF and also the non-UN sector - that's primarily the Irish Red Cross Save the Children on a project of communication with disaster-affected population. What we are finding is that women don't have access to mobile phones and other means of communication to either report their needs or to be contacted. And women you know communicate in very different ways in Haiti - they use the radios a lot they sometimes meet at wells and water-collecting points where they exchange information. What we are planning to do is send an expert in communication out there to work on this programme with the partners with the radio stations to make sure that some key messages and information is going to be out there for women so that they know where to get help they know that they can address some of the issues through certain channels and we will also ensure that gender issues and protection are also covered in that.Bissera: Thank you very much. Do you have anything to add?Mahmood: I think what I want to add is that the entire UN and the aid community is really doing its best but that this is a disaster that is really a very large-scale one. Personally I have been involved in many large-scale-disasters from the tsunami to the Pakistan earthquake to the Indonesian earthquake but you know in those instances you had some semblances of infrastructure you have a clear logistics capability. In this way you know we are crippled by the fact that logistics is really difficult. And don't forget our colleagues in the field whether they're from the UN or non-UN are all affected by this disaster and we have lost so many of the human capital that makes up the aid community and you know this is something that I appeal to the entire world to recognize that this is not business as usual and that we are all trying to do our best.Dr. Jemilah Mahmood from the UN Population Fund.Duration: 5'59"

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4.DEC Haiti Appeal: Daily increases in donations received ensures aid is being delivered directly to people in Haiti,DEC
RV=145.7 2010/01/22 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision

One week since the first Disasters Emergency Committee broadcast appeal the DEC Haiti Earthquake appeal has increased to 」42 million in donations counted so far. This is a 」4 million increase since yesterday. This sustained giving by the UK public each day has ensured that vital aid is being delivered directly to people in Haiti through DEC member agencies.Brendan Gormley Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee commented:"Just over one week from the earthquake that hit Haiti the remarkable generosity of the UK public has continued to make possible the vital work that is being done by our member agencies on the ground in Haiti. More and more water food household items and medical supplies are getting through to the earthquake survivors."These generous donations will not only greatly aid our immediate work but also help us work with survivors to rebuild new lives from the ruins."Since our last update DEC member agencies work has included:Action AidYesterday ActionAid Haiti began distributing over 200 tonnes of food – enough for 9000 people to last two weeks. The food items is being supplied to people in two camps in Marianni and consists of:- 1300 Bags of Rice 25kg- 350 Jerry Can (5 gal)- 900 Bags of Raw Sugar 50kg- 1500 Bags of Flour 50kg- 500 cases of Salmon- 2500 Bags of Corn 25KgCafod (Caritas)Survivors in the Haitian city of L駮g穗e received blankets water purification tablets tents and tarpaulins from Cafod's partner charity Caritas. At least 30 tonnes of aid arrived from Germany by plane in Port-au-Prince. This was unloaded with the help of 50 parish volunteers and trucked it to L駮g穗e.Help the Age & Help Age InternationalHelpAge hired a bus full of supplies and drove it from Santo Domingo to Port au Prince. The supplies delivered included rice sugar cornmeal corned beef sardines water juices snacks tarpaulin tents cup soups biscuits cooking oil and adult diapers. They have distributed the supplies to 400 families through HelpAge's local partners CARPA and SHAA.There are currently 329 temporary living camps in Port au Prince. HelpAge is currently working in ten of them including the one at the Municipal nursing home to assess the needs of older people.MerlinMerlin has set up a field hospital in Delmas 33 where surgeons are performing on average 15 operations a day and treating over 80 first aid and triage cases. The priority is to salvage limbs which have become infected. The team is also concentrating on treating and preventing communicable diseases and reproductive health.Health experts are currently carrying out assessments in Jacmel Carrefour Petit-Goave and Croix de Bouquet.OxfamOxfam is starting to work in seven sites across the Haitian capital targeting 92000 people with life-saving aid – clean water safe sanitation hygiene kits and plastic sheeting for temporary shelters.Fifty tonnes of aid equipment packed up at Oxfam's warehouse will be flown out this afternoon to boost this humanitarian effort further.The aid - including tools wheelbarrows latrine slabs and water tanks will be flown to the Dominican Republic and will then go by truck to Haiti.World VisionYesterday World Vision opened two centres for children in the Haiti-Dominican Republic border town of Jimani. The centres provide safe places for children to seek protection and care during the aftermath of the earthquake.So far World Vision has reached 10000 people with supplies including food blankets collapsible water containers hygiene kits kitchen kits water clothing and tarpaulins.Distributions also continue today to local hospitals and medical clinics specifically treating quake victims for free. A mobile clinic with capacity to help about 100 people a day has also been set up to treat minor injuries.World Vision is partnering with a local restaurant to prepare and distribute hot meals to earthquake survivors. Food will be provided by World Vision and the restaurant will do the rest.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900 donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal http://twitter.com/decappeal" href="http://twitter.com/decappeal">http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.

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5.WITNESS: Haiti: do journalists help in disasters?,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=117.3 2010/01/22 00:00
キーワード:question,Red

By Andrew CawthornePORT-AU-PRINCE Jan 22 (Reuters) - "Can you help?"."Oh ... maybe the American soldiers or the Red Cross up there can.""No can YOU help? I need YOU to help my baby."The Haitian woman carrying the wounded feverish child caught me off guard during some interviews with earthquake survivors in a refugee camp.Looking me in the eye with dignified insistence she posed the question that has wormed away uncomfortably at foreign correspondents for generations: can we help?Sometimes as in Haiti during the dark days since the Jan. 12 disaster the chronicler cannot avoid being participant however much he or she wants the notebook or camera to be a shield.This baby's face was so covered with cuts pus and sores that it was hard to look. Around him in the same camp were 50000 other refugees.Beyond them in myriad other camps were hundreds of thousands more: homeless hungry and hurt by the earthquake. Not though to be treated as objects of pity: many were carrying out acts of heroism the likes of which we weedy hacks would never be capable.So did we help -- the hordes of us who leapt on flights and into the backs of trucks to report the disaster that put Haiti so horribly back on the world map?Our countless words and images surely helped galvanize the unprecedented international response. Our visits to corners of Port-au-Prince where no-one was receiving anything must have added urgency and direction to the delivery of aid.We gave voices to the homeless and our stories of rescues in the rubble the solidarity of Haitians on the streets brought a modicum of hope.To detractors though the media once again jumped on a tragedy to exploit the suffering get in the way of the rescuers and waste precious resources with the gasoline food and water needed to keep our expensive operations going."ONE GOOD TURN A DAY"And what about the long-term?Organizations like my own keep a full-time reporter in Haiti. Joseph Guyler Delva's home collapsed and he has evacuated his wife and children to Canada yet he is still reporting on his country and will continue to do so day-in day-out long after the "parachute" correspondents pull out.Despite that media interest will dim as the days and weeks pass just when Haiti needs the world to stick with it for the long run.Veteran journalists from all round the world came to cover the Haiti disaster and it was interesting to see how they handled the often unspoken question of how to help: whether to photograph or carry the wounded baby first.A few threw themselves into the relief effort helping transport the wounded to medical posts doing some basic first aid or trying to find missing parents of children.Others hauled their consciences through by doing 'one good turn' each day.Some stuck just to their trade figuring they did not have the skills or calling to do what the many professional medics soldiers and relief workers were there for.Crossing the border from Haiti to the Dominican Republic before flying home these questions buzzed in the mind as trucks loaded with aid raced by in the opposite direction.Any professional pride in the last week's work seemed irrelevant offensive almost.Images of past assignments in Iraq Somalia Peru floated in and out of a sleepy and stressed mind. Hurricanes conflicts plane crashes mudslides bombings merged with the harrowing sights and smells of Port-au-Prince.The help question burned deeper.The baby? He received treatment don't worry.Did I help? I just don't know. (Edited by Kieran Murray)For more humanitarian news and analysis please visit www.alertnet.org

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1.As Haitian Rescues Dwindle Relief Efforts Focus on Medical Treatment and Meeting Basic Needs,PAHO
RV=131.4 2010/01/23 00:00
キーワード:UNICEF,Andrus,Medical

Washington D.C. Jan. 22 2010 (PAHO) — The chances of finding new survivors in the rubble of last week's earthquake in Haiti are now minimal said a top Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) official today. But many survivors need urgent medical attention if they are to recover fully from injuries sustained in the quake.In addition ensuring access to clean water food and shelter and preventing violence and crime are essential to avert more illness and suffering for the Haitian population in the near and longer term."At this point in the relief efforts our top health priorities remain treating people with crush injuries fractures and lacerations providing post-operative care and preventing conditions such as acute malnutrition and dehydration while also ensuring basic supplies like food and water and—importantly—security" said PAHO's Deputy Director Dr. Jon Andrus.He said many quake survivors have serious wounds that have still not been treated or have not been properly treated and that infection of wounds is a major problem that needs immediate attention.Relief organizations from around the world are working hard to address these needs.There are now more than 50 teams from different countries and organizations that providing health services to sick and injured Haitians Andrus reported. There are 40 health facilities that are functioning in Port-au-Prince including eight field hospitals set up by various countries and organizations.Many functioning hospitals are working with the support of nongovernmental organizations such as Doctors without Borders the Red Cross and Medical Emergency Relief International (Merlin). Field hospitals set up by various countries are providing essential medical treatment including urgently needed specialized care.For example France's field hospital is providing obstetric surgical care Brazil's is carrying out neurologic and facial surgeries and Russia's is doing orthopedic surgery.The USNS Comfort ship which has a 1000-bed capacity arrived in Haiti yesterday as did a team of 20 trauma experts from Mexico.Getting aid to an estimated 1 million Haitians who have been left homeless by the earthquake is a major priority Andrus said. There are about 600 spontaneous settlements that have sprung up in the country as a result of people abandoning their damaged or destroyed homes and neighborhoods.Andrus cited some progress in getting safe water to people. He said there are currently about 75 to 80 distribution sites providing water to 130000-180000 people daily. In addition the U.S. military reports it has distributed 1.4 million bottles of water and the Red Cross says it is providing water to 12000 people in three settlement areas."There are many others who are distributing water along with food but there are gaps" said Andrus. "We understand that Cite-Soleil the capital's poorest neighborhood is facing a critical water shortage."UNICEF is among a number of organizations building new latrines while PAHO/WHO is helping Haitian authorities collect and safely dispose of waste from latrines as well as hospital waste. Other organizations and countries including Dubai are sending water treatment and sanitation equipment.Special PAHO software for managing the distribution of humanitarian relief supplies LLS/SUMA is now functioning at the airport in Port-au-Prince. DHL the international shipping company is helping to support the system Andrus said.He welcomed news of a new a cash-for-work program set up by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to help the local economy by hiring Haitians to clear and repair streets restore electricity and do other recovery work.As of today PAHO/WHO has channeled over $12 million in cash and in-kind donations to Haiti from countries and partner donors Andrus noted.PAHO was established in 1902 and is the world's oldest public health organization. It works with all the countries of the Americas to improve the health and quality of life of the people of the Americas and serves as the Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization (WHO).

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2.HAITI – Earthquake Fact Sheet #10 Fiscal Year (FY) 2010,USAID
RV=111.4 2010/01/23 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Medical

U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTBUREAU FOR DEMOCRACY CONFLICT AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE (DCHA)FOREIGN DISASTER ASSISTANCE (OFDA)Note: The last fact sheet was dated January 21 2010.KEY DEVELOPMENTS- On January 22 the USNS LUMMUS arrived in Port-au-Prince transporting USAID/OFDA-provided relief supplies including 3552 kitchen sets to benefit more than 17000 individuals and 400 rolls of plastic sheeting to serve the shelter needs of 20000 individuals as well as water fuel and rubble removal equipment.- According to unconfirmed January 21 media reports Government of Haiti (GoH) Minister of the Interior Paul Antoine Bien-Aim・announced plans to establish tented settlements outside Port-au-Prince for 400000 displaced individuals. Although the timeline remains unknown temporary relocation would start as soon as possible with initial plans to relocate 100000 individuals to 10 settlements near Croix-des-Bouquets town.- On January 21 the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (USAID/DART) visited the Petin-Ville Country Club where approximately 10000 families have sought shelter. USAID partner Catholic Relief Services (CRS) commenced distributions of P.L. 480 Title II food commodities. Families will receive a 15-day ration of lentils flour and oil. One U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) is operational at the site and has been providing health services since January 21.- As of January 22 USAID has contributed $90 million to the U.N. appeal including $22 million in non-food assistance and $68 million in food assistance. Additional contributions of nearly $90 million in assistance for search-and-rescue health and other support had also been committed as of January 22 bringing total USAID assistance to Haiti for the earthquake to nearly $180 million.

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3.Statement of SOS Children's Villages concerning international adoption in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake,SOS
RV=105.4 2010/01/23 00:00
キーワード:SOS

23/01/2010 - During a catastrophic emergency like the earthquake in Haiti pictures of injured and vulnerable children hungry or traumatised stir high emotions. Many people react instinctively and want to give these children what they have apparently lost: safety love and a caring family. In such circumstances urgent requests for and offers of adoption are manifold and understandable. However the reality on the ground is different.It will take weeks or even months to register children who are on their own and reunite them with their families. It will take months to identify those children who have lost both their parents and extended family and are left with no one to care for them.In the meantime children affected by the earthquake need immediate care shelter food drinking water clothes and stability. Skilled care workers with experience in working with traumatised children and minimizing the stress are required to restore a sense of security and belonging.SOS Children's Villages together with other organisations has started an emergency programme for unaccompanied children. This includes the provision of safe drinking water food clothes emergency health care sanitation and the establishing of safe spaces for children.In the coming weeks and months the SOS Children's Villages Emergency Programme will provide temporary care for children separated from their families. The primary aim is to trace families and the reintegration of children with their parents extended family or family friends who are willing and able to care for the child. The validity of relationships and the confirmation of the willingness of the child and family member to be reunited must be verified for every child.For children with no family at all or with an extended family that is not able to care for the children the best possible solution for the individual child will be found. Special attention will be given to keeping siblings together. Decisions regarding adoption or any other form of permanent care solution should definitely not be made as an immediate response to the emergency.SOS Children's Villages acknowledges adoption as an appropriate care solution for children who have lost their parents and have no extended family who are willing and able to care for them. However it is the conviction of SOS Children's Villages that children should grow up learning their native language within their own culture and faith. Only in circumstances where adequate local possibilities have been exhausted proper legal channels have been followed and the fundamental principles of international adoption as established by the Hague Adoption Convention have been met should international adoption be considered.In the specific case of the earthquake in Haiti international adoption should be avoided until every effort has been undertaken to reunite each child with her/his family or to provide suitable care within the country complying with international legal standards such as the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.

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4.SOS Children's Villages' relief programmes in Haiti to reach up to 40000 people,SOS
RV=105.4 2010/01/23 00:00
キーワード:SOS

22/01/2010 - After careful assessment of the situation on the ground and available resources SOS Children's Villages' relief teams have developed a plan for the weeks months to come. It includes several forms of support adapted to a range of different needs from immediate supplies of what is needed most all the way to long-term care for children who have lost their families.It has been more than a week since an earthquake of devastating force hit Haiti and thousands of destitute people are still roaming the streets in search of food water medical supplies and in many cases their loved ones. The range of individual needs is almost as wide as the numbers of people affected by the disaster are great. This chaotic situation calls for a well-structured response and SOS Children's Villages' international team of experienced relief coordinators has set up a plan that will respond to the different needs of the population and has the capacity to reach 25700 children and their families some 40000 people in total.SOS Children's Villages has a special responsibility towards the most vulnerable victims of this disaster: children who have lost their families to the earthquake or have not been able to find them since. Their swift identification registration and admission to temporary or possibly long-term care in SOS facilities is a top priority and requires the unbureaucratic exchange of data between relief organisations on the ground. As one of the very few organisations with still operational facilities inside the zone of destruction SOS Children's Villages Haiti has the capacity to take in up to 500 unaccompanied children either until they can be reunited with their families or until an alternative long-term solution can be found.In the communities around Santo SOS Children's Villages had been running several social programmes to support familes through a total of 16 SOS community centres when the earthquake hit. Six of these have been reopened and more are expected to reopen in the days and weeks to come. Using these centres as outposts SOS Children's Villages is already providing 1000 children and their families with what they need most i.e. food water medical supplies and even building materials for the reconstruction of their homes. Once more centres have been opened they will be able to supply up to 7000 children and adults with basic necessities.Amid all these efforts to ensure that the children and families that were already being supported by SOS Children's Villages previously to the earthquake are provided for SOS relief teams also gave immediate support to the general population. They will extend this support to areas where SOS Children's Villages has not been active so far. Provisions of food and other basic supplies in this time of crisis can directly reach up to 32000 children and adults.Naturally SOS Children's Villages will also ensure that the 200 children in the SOS families are safe and have all the care and support they need as well as providing temporary shelter and support to the SOS co-workers and their families whose homes were flattened by the earthquake some 225 people all in all.Today the third shipment of emergency relief goods arrived in the SOS Children's Village in Santo. It consists of food packages that can each provide up to 120 people with sufficient food to last a week hygiene kits and medical supplies.

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5.Sudden encounters impromptu conversations lead to plans to save lives,Mercy Corps
RV=85.9 2010/01/23 00:00
キーワード:Corps,Medical

Posted January 22 2010 11:50 am by Roger BurksPort-au-Prince Hopital General (General Hospital) — We talked to Veronique Sufra the administrative deputy for the kitchen here at Port-au-Prince's main hospital about food and nutritional needs at the hospital. She said that they needed fresh produce here. They have a supplier who delivers dry goods but need things like fresh fruit and vegetables.We talk about helping them stock up on rice beans cooking oil sugar and flour — items that are in short supply — to help feed the patients (of which there are at least 700 here) who are subsisting on sporadic food provided by NGOs and the military right now.Mercy Corps' Carol Ward suggests that the patients need some kind of protein — eggs most likely and also milk.Jenny suggests that we get a list of ingredients — especially fresh produce — from the kitchen staff and then go determine the price of these items in the local market then give them the weekly cash to buy these items for food preparation.Carol talks to Veronique about not giving milk to babies under six months who should be breastfeeding. That is unless the mother has perished is unable to breastfeed or has HIV/AIDS."When we return with the dry goods tomorrow you can give us a list for fresh produce and we'll work with you to come up with a system of supply and delivery" Jenny tells Veronique.Jenny gets on the phone with Sean another member of the emergency team and tells him we need to find three 10-ton trucks to deliver the food to the hospital tomorrow.This afternoon we go to the World Food Programme office at the UN compound to procure the food. Carol is successful in doing so.***Also at the Hopital General we talk with Dr. Paul of International Medical Corps (IMC) who's coordinating medical services and other assistance here.He tells us there's a need for clean water for dialysis and other uses. We talk with him about trying to set up and coordinate a system of delivery."If you want to be — and can be — the water people here it's yours" Dr. Paul says.Here impromptu conversations lead to plans.Jenny calls Mugur our water and sanitation engineer who says he will come and do an assessment before noon today — less than an hour after this conversation.Jenny also updates Dr. Paul about the food situation and asks how many patients are currently at the hospital."They've said 300 but I think it's got to be somewhere between 750 and 1000" Dr. Paul says. "You should go tent to tent and ask what they need."***We also talk to Dr. Lassegue — head of the hospital — and his deputy Ms. Thompson. They agree that water is the most pressing need. And Mugur will be here soon.

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1.EU foreign ministers must agree halt to any new adoptions into Europe of Haiti earthquake children,SC
RV=142.6 2010/01/24 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision

The EU foreign ministers must use Monday's meeting to announce an immediate ban on any new adoptions into Europe of children who have been separated from their relatives in Haiti say Save the Children and World Vision.Aid agencies and the Government must be given the chance to conduct full and exhaustive searches to reunite families following the earthquake before any international adoption ban could be lifted. Separated and orphaned children must be registered and interim arrangements made for them to be cared for ideally by their extended families or those close to them. Earmarked funding is urgently needed to scale up these efforts.Save the Children believes adoptions that were already being processed should go ahead as long as the appropriate legal documentation is in place and the adoptions meet Haitian and international law. However the chaos of the earthquake which destroyed records as well as infrastructure means that children could be taken out of the country without proper checks going ahead. It can costs thousands of pounds to internationally adopt a child yet that money could help a whole school of children remain in their communities.Jasmine Whitbread chief executive of Save the Children said: "Many families in Europe will see the suffering of Haitian children who have been separated from their parents and want to do something to help. But trying to adopt children who most likely still have parents or relatives alive and are desperate to be reunited with them is not the solution. Taking children out of the country would permanently separate children from their families - a separation that would compound the acute trauma they are already suffering and inflict long-term damage on their chances of recovery."Save the Children and World Vision's experience following previous disasters such as the Pakistan earthquake and the Asian tsunami has found that children have been unnecessarily adopted or placed in orphanages without extensive checks being done to see if there were relatives that could care for them instead.Without proper focus on family tracing and a immediate ban on new adoptions child trafficking – already a major problem in Haiti – could increase warns the aid agencies.Jasmine Whitbread continued: "EU ministers must act now to ban any new adoptions into Europe and support the Haitian government to put trained personnel on the country's borders to prevent the illegal movement of children and to rebuild their child protection systems so that the circumstances of individual children can be properly assessed and recorded."Save the Children and World Vision are also calling for international focus to remain on reuniting children in Haiti and for the Haitian government to declare an immediate moratorium on any new adoptions of children left on their own until full extended family tracing and reunification has been completed.World Vision Chief Executive Justin Byworth said: "Children should not be leaving Haiti at this stage except with surviving family members or if adoptions already in process have full required legal documents. Thousands of children have been separated from their families and primary caregivers due to the earthquake and more than half a million children were already separated either living on the streets or in orphanages or working as restaveks in private homes away from their families."As well as supporting the efforts of aid agencies and the Haitian governnment to identify separated children and conduct family tracing and reunification as well as finding and funding appropriate care arrangements for them we would urge EU ministers to push for the rapid establishment of a public complaints and response mechanism within Haiti for reporting and responding to sexual abuse exploitation and trafficking."Save the Children and World Vision have teams on the ground identifying lone children and Save the Children is launching an emergency family tracing and reunification programme to reunite families and help put in place long-term support for their care.EndsFor further information please contact: Save the Children on 0207 012 6841 or out of hours on 07831 650 409.Notes to editors:キ To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999 London EC3A 3AA'.キ Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.キ Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.キ The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies or some of them must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.A powerful earthquake has struck Haiti devastating the capital and affecting around 2 million people. Our response teams are preparing to bring them life-saving aid. Please help now – go to www.savethechildren.org.uk/haiti to donate.This email has been sent from Save the Children (a company registered in London number 178159 and limited by guarantee registered charity England and Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570))or from Save the Children (Sales) Ltd (a company registered in London number 875945). The information in this email is confidential and may be legally privileged. It is intended solely for the addressee. Access to this email by anyone else is unauthorised. If you are not the intended recipient any disclosure copying distribution or any action taken or omitted to be taken in reliance on it is prohibited and may be unlawful.Internet communications are not secure and therefore Save the Children does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Save the Children unless otherwise specifically stated. If the content of this email is to become contractually binding it must be made in writing & signed by a duly authorised representative of Save the Children.Save the Children 1 St. John's Lane London EC1M 4ARTelephone +44 (0)20 7012 6400 Fax +44 (0)20 7012 6963www.savethechildren.org.uk

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2.Haiti Response: ADRA Ramps Up Medical Assistance,ADRA
RV=134.4 2010/01/24 00:00
キーワード:Adra

SILVER SPRING Md. —A shortage of medical attention medicines and supplies remains a major challenge in earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince eleven days after more than 111000 died and thousands others were injured in one of the worst catastrophes in modern times reported the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).According to ADRA staff coordinating the agency's response in the Haitian capital medical facilities are still in need of medical supplies specifically surgical tools such as sterilization equipment bone saws and disposable medical supplies that include gloves bandages and masks."In the last several days the facilities have been overwhelmed by the sheer number of injured survivors" said an ADRA staff member in Haiti.On Tuesday January 19 ADRA conducted a medical supply assessment of the 71-bed Adventist Hospital of Haiti located in the Carrefour neighborhood of Port-au-Prince and sent a request to Orlando-based Florida Hospital for a shipment to replenish critically low supplies."Florida Hospital was devastated to hear of the earthquake in Haiti and horrified to see the images that came out of that country" said Lars Houmann Florida Hospital president and chief executive officer. "As is our nature as caregivers many in our organization were eager to spring into action."In less than two days Florida Hospital working with ADRA airlifted $71000 worth of medical supplies aboard a chartered Boeing 727 aircraft that landed in Port-au-Prince Thursday morning January 21. The supplies which will be delivered in the next two days with the support of U.N. personnel include 23 palettes containing 10000 bags of IV solution IV lines antibiotics analgesics masks gloves surgical instruments orthopedic surgical supplies bandages soap personal hygiene items and other supplies. This donation will support the Adventist Hospital of Haiti where thousands of people have flocked for treatment since the disaster.These medical supplies could not have come at a more crucial time" said John Torres who has been working as the liaison between the Adventist Hospital of Haiti and ADRA's emergency response team in Port-au-Prince. "Medical supplies are being used as quickly as they arrive."Gustavo Vilorio a Mexican surgeon who has been performing more than 20 surgeries a day since he arrived in Port-au-Prince last Monday also added that the supplies provided by Florida Hospital will satisfy some of the "most pressing" surgical needs of the affected population.Florida Hospital which operates a group of private hospitals in central Florida and is nationally recognized for its institutes of cancer cardiology diabetes orthopedics and neuroscience will be working with ADRA to facilitate further shipments of supplies to Haiti.Thursday's airlift also carried 40 pallets donated by Harvest Time International based in Sanford Florida aid that included tarps heavy plastic sheeting water hygiene items generators baby and medical supplies.ADRA is also partnering with Florida Emergency Physicians an independently owned group that provides emergency medical care for patients of Florida Hospital in the Greater Orlando area who contributed $25000 to support ADRA's ongoing response efforts in Haiti."We are thankful for the great support of Florida Hospital Harvest Time International and Florida Emergency Physicians as we continue our relief efforts in Haiti" said Charles Sandefur president of ADRA International who arrived in Port-au-Prince this week. "We look forward to continuing these partnerships as they are a critical part of our work to provide hope and healing to thousands of people in Haiti who have been touched by this disaster."To hear a message from Charles Sandefur in Haiti click here.If you would like to support ADRA's relief efforts give to the Haiti Earthquake Response Fund at www.adra.org/haiti or by phone at 1.800.424.ADRA (2372). To donate through a mobile phone text the word "ADRA" to 85944 reply "YES" and donate a one-time $10 gift to ADRA's Haiti response.Follow ADRA on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest information as it happens.ADRA is a non-governmental organization present in 125 countries providing sustainable community development and disaster relief without regard to political or religious association age gender race or ethnicity.For more information about ADRA visit www.adra.org.Author: Nadia McGill/Hearly MayrFor more information contact:John Torres Senior Public Relations Manager301.680.6357 (office)301.680.6370 (fax)John.Torres@adra.orgDonate to Haiti Earthquake Response FundOnline: http://www.adra.org/haitiMobile: 85944 Text the word "ADRA" reply "YES"Phone: 1.800.424.ADRA (2372)

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3.Emergency Response in Haiti,ARC
RV=106.7 2010/01/24 00:00
キーワード:question,technology

The American Refugee Committee's emergency response team is on the ground in Haiti bringing relief to some of the millions who were devastated by last week's earthquake. We've flown in experts from all over the world in health sanitation water protection security and logistics. They are working around the clock to reach as many people as possible as quickly and effectively as possible. We are working on the Dominican Republic border where many have fled and in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince. It was home to 450000 people and has been completely destroyed. What we're doing: Food and supply distributionJan 20: Delivered essential supplies to an inundated health clinic on the Dominican Republic border. The shipment included hygiene items mosquito nets tarps and shade tents fresh bedding lots of cleaning supplies and soccer balls to give kids something to do.Jan 22: Distributed food to 2200 people in Delmas district. We targeted the distribution primarily to mothers with small children who might need the food the most. Jan 23: Distributed family hygiene kits at a golf course that has become a tent city for the homeless. Jan 25: Cargo plane scheduled to arrive with items donated by 20 national companies. Donated items include tents FEMA-grade tarps and plastic sheeting roping medical supplies surgical supplies respirator masks SAT phones solar lighting and MREs. Medical reliefWe are supporting a small rural clinic on the Dominican Republic border that has been inundated with injured people. The clinic has its own Haitian doctors who are caring for patients. Additional ARC health personnel arrive Saturday Jan. 23. Over the past few days the clinic's medical team has performed dozens of amputations. Continuing medical care is critical.We are also establishing a temporary camp site near the clinic providing tarps and supplies for homeless families.ShelterEmergency shelter materials including 700 family-sized tents will arrive on Monday. We plan to work with local Haitians to rebuild structures destroyed in the quake. After the Pakistan earthquake we were able to develop pioneering technology in building reconstruction — building seismic-resistant three-story structures. This technology could be taught to local people. Engineers with extensive post-earthquake experience are en route from Pakistan.ProtectionIn emergencies violence against women can often escalate due to stress and the breakdown of societal norms. We have two protection specialists on the ground working on an immediate response. They will meet with women's focus groups to ensure their needs are addressed. Some actions could include: trauma and psychological care referral networks and coordination clinical management of rape and strengthening of community and coping mechanisms. We also hope to create "child-friendly" spaces in Delmas where children can play safely out of the way of trucks and other hazards. Forming PartnershipsWe are working to form partnerships with local and international NGOs to maximize our ability to respond most effectively. We are collaborating with the Office of the Mayor of Delmas to help us target our response to the people who need it most. We have hired local staff to help with logistics and reconstruction.The American Refugee Committee has been responding to emergencies for over 30 years. The Tsunami the 2005 Pakistan earthquake Hurricane Katrina Darfur the Balkan wars Iraq Cyclone Nargis — these are just a few of the emergencies we've responded to. After the initial emergency is over we stay helping people rebuild their homes and livelihoods and take back control of their lives. Stay tuned for updates on what we're doing in Haiti and how you can help. Your support is urgently needed. None of this would be possible without the partnership of our donors. Contributions in any amount can save lives. Please make a donation online today. Thank you.Public Information & Donor Contact With questions please contact our Donor Engagement Coordinator Jessica Phinney (612) 607-6480 or (800) 875-7060. Press contact Key staff are available for media interviews. Please contact Therese Gales if you are interested in setting up an interview (612)221-5161

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4.Save the Children Partners with AmeriCares to Treat More than 85000 Haitians,SC
RV=78.6 2010/01/24 00:00
キーワード:AmeriCares

Connecticut Relief Agencies Join Forces to Deliver Medical Aid in Port-au-Prince and LeoganeWESTPORT Conn. (Jan. 23 2010) — Save the Children and AmeriCares have partnered to bring medical aid to more than 85000 Haitians affected by the earthquake.Westport-based Save the Children's emergency response team in Haiti has distributed more than 16.5 tons of medical supplies in the town of Leogane and at the general hospital in Port-au-Prince – supplies donated by AmeriCares the global health and disaster relief organization based in Stamford Conn."The situation is still dire and children remain the most vulnerable part of the population during emergencies of this magnitude" said Carolyn Miles Chief Operating Officer of Save the Children. "But with the help of our long-time partner AmeriCares our health team is getting medical treatment to thousands of children and their families.""Haitian hospitals had little to begin with but now they have nothing – no pain medicines for patients with trauma injuries and no anesthesia for patients who need surgery" said Elizabeth Furst Frank Senior Vice President of Global Programs for AmeriCares. "AmeriCares is proud to deliver lifesaving medicines and supplies to our health care partner Save the Children. Our work together will benefit earthquake survivors in the days weeks and months ahead."With the death toll feared to be in excess of 100000 lives the earthquake that rocked the impoverished island nation 11 days ago is the worst in modern Haiti history. Save the Children currently has four mobile health teams in operation and its mobile clinic in Leogane is treating 100 people each day.Carolyn Miles Chief Operating Officer of Save the Children and Christoph Gorder Vice President of Emergency Response for AmeriCares are available for interviews.See video of Save the Children's medical team in Haiti at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnxNEugr_oIPlease Help Us Respond to the Haiti Emergency by Donating NowDonate any amount at www.savethechildren.org or by calling 1-800-728-3843 or 1-203-221-4030.OR DONATE $10 BY TEXTING "SAVE" to 20222( U.S. Only)Learn more about Save the Children's emergency response to the earthquake in Haiti.Save the Children is the leading independent organization that creates lasting change for children in need in the United States and around the world. Save the Children USA is a member of the International Save the Children Alliance a global network of 29 independent Save the Children organizations working to ensure the well-being and protection of children in more than 120 countries. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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5.Haiti: Aid groups getting out supplies but challenges remain at distribution sites,World Vision
RV=60.0 2010/01/24 00:00
キーワード:Vision

January 23 2010 Port-au-Prince – More than a week and a half after Haiti's deadly earthquake transport delays are clearing up and signs of recovery are emerging. However aid groups continue to report challenges at distributions and that supply needs and security issues remain."Everywhere you go people are still hungry still thirsty still desperate to feed themselves and their families" said Jean-Claude Mukadi relief response manager for World Vision in Haiti. "We don't want to turn away people who are trying to help their families but in order to maintain a safe and secure environment for the families in each of these camps we must be able to deliver the relief goods in a safe timely way."Aid groups conduct assessments and provide distribution cards to ensure that the right number of people is present at each distribution. However it appears that news of distributions spreads by word of mouth and aid workers often see at least double the number of people they're prepared to serve at each distribution."Even if we had enough supplies to reach all 3 million people in need we couldn't distribute them at the same time" said Mukadi. "We need to distribute food and supplies to smaller groups to protect people's safety and dignity and to ensure order. But when we arrange to distribute to 500 people and 1000 show up it becomes more and more difficult to do that."The size and locations of existing camps presents another substantial problem reports Mukadi."Urban disasters differ greatly from rural ones" he says.We don't have the huge open spaces that rural areas afford us so we can't set up central camps and bring supplies to reach tens of thousands at once. Rather people are scattered all over the city in abandoned soccer fields along roads in parks and tucked up in the hills. Some of these camps are accessible only on foot so bringing in supplies – even for a few hundred or thousand people – becomes incredibly difficult."We can't set up our usual safety parameters in these locations because the space itself won't allow it" said MukadiWorld Vision staff meet daily to assess the security situation around Port-au-Prince to determine the most urgent needs in the communities we serve and to meet with local camp officials to learn how best to partner to ensure that distributions are conducted safely and in ways that honor beneficiaries' dignity.ENDWorld Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. For more information please visit http://www.worldvision.org/pressContacts:Casey Calamusa 206-310-5476 (mobile) Geraldine Ryerson-Cruz 202-615-2608 (mobile)

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1.DEC Haiti Appeal reaches £46 million,DEC
RV=152.7 2010/01/25 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision

Donations continue to flood into the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) almost two weeks on from the devastating earthquake in Haiti. An extra 4 million pounds was donated over the weekend alone, bringing the total the 」46 million.Brendan Gormley, Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee commented:"Thanks to the generosity of the British public, our member agency staff and partners are working round the clock to bring food, water, shelter and medical care to tens of thousands of Haitians."But the needs continue remain huge. The aid effort will continue for many years to come, as we help people to rebuild their lives and livelihoods. So if you haven't already given, I urge you dig deep. It's not too late to help."Since Friday, DEC member agencies work has included:CareFive water bladders have been established at clean water distribution points, with water provided daily to some 10,000 people. Care has also provided water purification packets to 3,000 people.ConcernWork continues on building latrines, which will benefit 15,000 people.Concern is working in a camp of 4,000 people to provide emergency nutrition support to children and vulnerable adults.Save the ChildrenToday, Save the Children will distribute food, blankets and plastic sheeting to 600 families in Leogane.Thanks to new water bladders, some 2,200 people have had clean water in recent days in Lakou Issa and Theatre National camps in PAP.Latrines are being built and repaired in PAP and Jacmel, enabling some 3,600 access to a safe toilet.11 Child Friendly Spaces are up and running in PAP and Jacmel, providing activities for over 3,500 children in the last week.TearfundTearfund's local partner, World Relief, is providing hot meals of rice, beans and porridge to 1,400 people each day.Medical staff continue to treat injured people at World Relief's 300-bed Kings Hospital, in Port-au-Prince. Its three operating theatres are working around the clock.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900, donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank, or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999, London, EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti, the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal http://twitter.com/decappeal" href="http://twitter.com/decappeal">http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.- Ends -Notes to editors:キ To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999, London, EC3A 3AAキ Donations can be made at any high street bank, or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.キ Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.キ The DEC consists of: Action Aid, British Red Cross, CAFOD, CARE International UK, Christian Aid, Concern Worldwide, Help the Aged, Islamic Relief, Merlin, Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund, World Vision.キ The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies, or some of them, must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful, either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.Disasters Emergency Committee Press Office020 7387 0200 or 07930 999 014 (out of hours)www.dec.org.ukPlease donate to the DEC Haiti Earthquake online at www.dec.org.ukOver 2.2 million people live in the most affected areas where thousands are feared dead, many more injured, many buried under rubble; the DEC urgently needs your support to help the many people affected.The DEC launches and co-ordinates national fundraising appeals for public donations on behalf of its member agencies.Media Contacts: 020 7387 0200 or 07930 999 014 (out of hours)Donations can be made at www.dec.org.uk or 0370 60 60 900

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2.Teleconference Briefing by Tim Callaghan Team Leader USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team and Kate Conrad Emergency Communications Director Save the Children,USAID
RV=141.6 2010/01/25 00:00
キーワード:question,Callaghan

Relief Efforts in HaitiVia TeleconferencePort-au-Prince, HaitiJanuary 24, 2010Mr. Duguid: This is Gordon Duguid and I'll be your moderator today. We are at the U.S. Joint Information Center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.Our guests today are Mr. Tim Callaghan who is the Team Leader for USAID's DART Team in Port-au-Prince now, and we also have with us from Save the Children, Kate Conrad, who is the Emergency Communications Director for Save the Children. They'll each start out with a brief statement and then we'll go to your questions.Mr. Callaghan, would you like to begin?Mr. Callaghan: Sure. Again, my name is Tim Callaghan, I'm the Disaster Assistance Response Team Leader for USAID here in Haiti. I've been on a lot of these calls the past week. As we normally do, I'd like to reiterate that we are committed to continue to work around the clock to provide relief to the many people impacted by this earthquake.Our priorities continue to be in several areas. Urban search and rescue. Obviously that phase is winding down. We have been on the ground, as I've mentioned before, the first U.S. team arrived on January 13th, within 24 hours of the earthquake. We still have teams on the ground. We still have presence. We still currently today have teams at Montana and small teams throughout the city.Other priorities, and I think I've given these figures throughout the week. The latest figure I have is that overall rescues have been I believe 132 is the number, from all the search and rescue teams, and 45 by the United States search and rescue teams. So that effort has been heroic. Obviously that effort is winding down, but the U.S. still has teams on the ground. We'll continue to do so for the next several days.Other priorities we have obviously are food. We are working very hard to work with the World Food Program. As I've mentioned previously, the U.S. government has donated $78 million to the World Food Program during this emergency.We continue to work closely with them to ensure that food is being distributed. There are, I believe, worked on right now plans for 15 distribution sites, and we're working very closely with the World Food Program currently to get as much food out in the city as possible.Other areas that we're looking at very closely, we continue to look at the health issue, water, and of course shelter. And as I've mentioned, all the work that we do is based on the needs identified by the government of Haiti. There are daily meetings that we attend, that the Prime Minister articulates the priorities that the government has. We work very closely with the United Nations and the different clusters. We obviously work very closely with our non-government organization and geopartners. We're funding a series of grants to address the issues in the many sectors that I talked about -- shelter, health, water, food items, and so forth. I don't have the exact figure, but we're funding many proposals that are starting now that will address man of these issues.We continue to have a large presence. We continue to coordinate with the government and we'll do so and work around the clock to provide support assistance to the many people here in Haiti in need.That's all I have for my opening statement. Thank you.Mr. Duguid: Thank you very much, Tim. Ms. Conrad, would you like to make a few remarks?Ms. Conrad: Sure. Thank you. And thank you for having me.Save the Children has been in Haiti for about 30 years, so we were able to respond quickly after the disaster. We had some stock on hand, primarily medicines and medical supplies that we pushed out to hospitals and clinics within about 48 hours. And we've also been trying, working with the government, working with local partners, working with international agencies, to do as much outreach as we can across the disaster zone. So in addition to working in Port-au-Prince we're also in Jacmel and Leogane, and we're looking at moving into Petit Goave.We're working across sectors right now. We have delivered some food. Admittedly it's been difficult to bring in supplies. We have a hub in Miami. We have a hub in the Dominican Republic. We're flying planes in as best we can. We have planes waiting to come in but we're trucking in water, food, supplies so that we can build latrines and water points. We have received more than 15 tons of medicine. That's gone out to hospitals here in Port-au-Prince.We have set up field clinics in Leogane and in Jacmel, and our teams are seeing Haitians there, more than 100 a day in Leogane, and yesterday I think we saw more than 200 in Jacmel.As a child focused agency we are also working on protection, which means we are setting up child friendly spaces in camps right now. We are working with the UN, with other agencies, with our local partners, with social workers, to identify unaccompanied children who may be in camps or in homes. After the tsunami in Indonesia we worked with those same groups to trace and reunite children with their family.We found that of the children we registered, more than 90 percent had family. If not their parents, their extended families. We're working very hard to find interim care to take care of them if they're in the camps, to make sure they have a proper caregiver, and then to trace them back to their families because those are the people who are best able to care for them.Those are probably the high points, and I'm happy to respond to any questions you might have.Mr. Duguid: Thank you, Kate. We're now ready to take questions.Question: [Chuck Bennett, New York Post].Are any of you seeing any evidence of disease yet? For the past week that's seemed to be one of the primary concerns of all the responders there. Have you recorded any outbreaks yet or witnessed any outbreaks?Ms. Conrad: Our medical teams reporting primarily pink eye, skin rashes, things you would commonly expect. Some cases of diarrhea, which is extremely worrying because diarrhea kills small children. But no major outbreaks, thankfully.Mr. Callaghan: We're not getting any word of major outbreaks at this time.Question: [Gordon Lubold, Christian Science Monitor].I had a question; I just got back from a couple, a few days down there. One question was, I visited a World Health Organization supply house for medicine and was told that they had had to stop disbursing medicine to anything smaller than a hospital or an organization. Does that sound right? Is there an issue of the amount of medicine that's available to send out?Mr. Callaghan: Not that I'm aware of. There are a lot of medical supplies, surgical supplies, medicines flowing in, and I'm aware that there's a health cluster of the United Nations and they're working very hard, their sub-groups, trying to identify all the needs. There are a lot of field hospitals. The United States is supporting several disaster medical teams here that have brought in their own equipment. We have brought in several, it will be up to nine soon, what are called WHO Medical Kits which has medical supplies for 10,000 people each. Each kit is good for three months. So I'm not aware of, again, my understanding, the supplies are getting out to the highest priority hospitals and clinics.Ms. Conrad: I would agree. We have been responding to requests, so the major hospitals in Port-au-Prince and some of the smaller ones have given us lists of what they need, and we have delivered that way. Then we're setting up according to the needs of hospitals in Leogane and Jacmel.I have heard there have been teams of well-meaning doctors who showed up and they don't always know where to put them because many of the hospitals have been damaged or destroyed, and coordination is an issue sometimes because these places went through the earthquake, too. They're all survivors. And a lot of people, they don't have the manpower any more. So I think maybe coordinating on an administrative level -Mr. Callaghan: Right. We're also looking, we sent structural engineers out to some of the hospitals and clinics, the ones that the buildings are damaged. We're sending tents out so they can continue to work. But my understanding is there are a lot of medical supplies flowing in, which are again through the health cluster of the United Nations. That is managed by the Pan American Health Organization. They're working very hard to get those supplies out based on the top priorities.Question: [Gordon Lubold, Christian Science Monitor].Thanks for the second question. I'm just curious how you're working, coordinating with the military there. During my brief time there I was struck by how new a lot of this is to the military, humanitarian relief and all the rest of it, and I just wondered the degree to which you're working closely with them and where maybe some of the rubs are.Mr. Callaghan: Great. Thank you for your question.As you know, USAID is the lead federal agency in the response. We're working with many federal agencies who are working with HHS, FEMA, a variety of other agencies. We also work very closely with our colleagues from the U.S. military. We have daily briefings. Basically the way we work is that when we have identified needs where our military colleagues can assist mostly, whether it's helicopter support or certainly in security, where with the World Food Program, for example, if there are requirements for the distribution of food and security is required, the Disaster Assistance Response Team will make a request here at the embassy for whatever the requirement is and our military colleagues then will provide that.So it's close communication, daily meetings. We have a system set up where basically the Disaster Assistance Response Team, as we get requests, as we prioritize needs, and then we'll make requests to our military colleagues for assistance. That's how our process works.Question: Kate, does Save the Children have any direct contact with the military forces that are here?Ms. Conrad: Right now we're using our own trucks and our own logistics and our own security staff. We've had no incidents with distribution, so -Mr. Duguid: That's my understanding, too. One or two NGOs have asked for some assistance with transportation, in one case in security, but most are using their own resources on that.Question: [Pat Reeper, German Press Agency].Hi, thanks for doing this. I have two questions. One is for Kate.As to the protection of children, you addressed that and there are reports that there are some children disappearing, and I'm wondering what you specifically are doing to record and keep track of children.Then for Mr. Callaghan, I wanted to ask, you talked about the search and rescue operations continuing on. Do you have any idea how many teams are left in the country? I believe there were 47 teams at one point. How many are left and still continuing the search, and particularly at what the Montana Hotel looks like these days.Ms. Conrad: I'll start first with missing children. Again, we work with a network of people and we have lots of partners on the ground. They are tracking kids. We will get reports in. We will send teams out. We have about 35 social workers who are now working with us and some teachers, most of them who know they're not going to have jobs for a while and they work with children. We've trained them to help assess conditions and to follow up on those reports.Many of them have been false reports, but we do check in on all of them. If we come across unaccompanied children we are registering them, where they are, and again, verifying that they're in an environment where they are safe and secure, and if they're not we will work to put them in interim care. Ultimately we're trying to trace them back to their families.Mr. Callaghan: As I mentioned earlier, maybe just to give a real brief history. Again, we arrived on the 13th, our teams. Regarding the Montana, we have had a search team at the Montana since January 14th. There were several rescues there.At the high point, my records have there were 43 teams. It could be up to 47. Sometimes there were smaller teams who may not always register. But the number I had was 43. That was the highest number I have in my notes.We brought in, the United States, six urban search and rescue teams. Most of the teams, the average number of people on what we call a heavy team. When I say heavy it is the highest level, and the ability to cut through concrete. It's up to 75 people, it is search dogs, it is bringing in special equipment to listen, to send cameras in to collapsed structures.As I mentioned earlier, just for numbers, 132 live rescues throughout this entire event, 45 by the American team.Currently we have four teams in country. I don't know the answer to how many teams are still in country overall. I know it's not a high number.I believe, the number I had the other day was nine. But the United States has currently four teams in country. We have a combined, the United States has a combined team at the Montana to date, and as I mentioned earlier, we have been there since January 14th. We will be back there tomorrow.As you can imagine, I believe now we're 12 days out and it's very very difficult, and we're hearing about anywhere - We are prepared to go anywhere that we hear of where someone might be. We are totally committed. But obviously the further we get away from events, the more difficult it becomes. But again, we currently have a combined team at the Hotel Montana where we have had presence since the 14th.Question: [Chuck Bennett, New York Post].Hi, thanks for the next question.There have been a lot of reports about construction of villages, tent cities in the outskirts. Should we expect a wholesale evacuation of Port-au-Prince in the coming days or weeks?Ms. Conrad: I think the numbers right now are about 130,000 have left Port-au-Prince. It takes time to build tent cities, and I know the people leaving are going to other towns in the countryside. What Save the Children is more concerned about is the drain on services in places like Gonaives and other ones who went through the four hurricanes a year and a half ago who may not have the ability to absorb a large population increase. But honestly, that's really a question for the UN.Save the Children tends to supports to camps and often camp management and certainly we provide temporary education. Right now we're sort of tracking where people are going and helping them where they are.Mr. Callaghan: We also obviously work very closely with the UN. Their cluster is called Shelter, Settlements and Non-Food Items. I don't have the figure or numbers, but I know we're working very closely with how many people need a place to stay. We're looking at a variety of shelter-type options. We have plastic sheeting here for temporary shelters. We're looking at options such as hosting where people may be staying with family members and so forth. So we're all working, it certainly is a high priority. It's an issue that we're all working together closely to address in the coming week.Mr. Duguid: If I can also give some cultural context. As in many traditional societies, urban dwellers here have, even if they've been here for two and three generations, have a village in the countryside that they consider to be their home, and many times they will return to that place, and there are family there to take care of them. That's not to say that the issues of dealing with people, population movements are easy, but many people are not fleeing blindly from Port-au-Prince, many people have a destination in mind and have family at the other end of that destination.Question: [Michael Seratino, Fox News].My question is about weather. I know we're in the dry season, but what are your concerns with rain, heavy rainfall, and the outbreak of diseases as related to that?Mr. Callaghan: I think the issue of rainy season/hurricane season obviously is a concern. But hurricane season officially does not start until June 1st, so obviously there is some time. There is certainly urgency to ensure that shelters and people have a place to stay, get built within the next few months, and it's critical and people are working on that.Concerned, but usually the rainy season does not start or heavy rains/tropical storms or hurricanes until early June.Ms. Conrad: We're all hoping it doesn't rain. That's just an increase the misery levels. But it does add urgency to getting shelter supplies out and getting people into something that is a little more secure that would withstand bad weather.Question: [Jennifer Lobedish, Miami Herald].I just wanted to confirm that the two U.S. teams that have left, the search and rescue, are both the teams from south Florida? Also when you say that you guys are continuing at the Montana tomorrow, so you're still in what you guys have called the search phase there as opposed to recovery?Mr. Callaghan: Yeah. The two Miami teams have not left. They're still here. They are scheduled to leave, but they're still here at this time. So the four teams we have right now in country are the two Miami teams - Miami Dade, South Florida; Fairfax County; Los Angeles County.The teams yesterday were searching. Again, they're still out there at this point. I haven't been out there today. I was out there yesterday. Where the phase is, obviously it's coming close to moving at the hotel from the initial phase, but I can say for certain we have a combined team at the Montana. It's getting close to that point, but at this point we are searching, we are hoping. We're doing the best we can. Again, we're committed. The teams will be out there again tomorrow. We'll have at least two teams here for the next several days.Mr. Duguid: I thank everyone for their participation today. We will announce by our usual press release the subject and time of the next telephone press conference. From the Joint Information Center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, thank you very much for joining us today.

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3.Stay with us for long haul Haiti asks donors,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=128.0 2010/01/25 00:00
キーワード:question,debt

* Montreal conference begins plotting reconstruction* Haiti says debt relief helpful but not the main concern* Clinton: must restore government's ability to lead (Recasts with start of conference; figures in U.S. dollars)By Randall PalmerMONTREAL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Haiti needs the world to stick with the Caribbean country for at least five to 10 years after its devastating earthquake, Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive said on Monday as he sat down to an aid conference."The people of Haiti will need more and more and more in order to complete the reconstruction," Bellerive told the conference, intended to survey immediate needs and then to begin plotting Haiti's long-term recovery.The one-day meeting brings together U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner and others to start a strategy to rebuild from the Jan. 12 earthquake that killed up to 200,000 people and left the capital Port-au-Prince in ruins."Even in the midst of inconceivable devastation, we must begin to plan, to give hope where there is despair," Canadian Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon told the opening session. "We stand ready to help."Officials say it is too early to turn this meeting into a pledging conference and basic questions need to be answered first."There's the question, for example, of whether we'll rebuild on the present site of Port-au-Prince," Cannon told CBC television, saying geological fault lines had to be considered.Oxfam called on the meeting to cancel Haiti's foreign debt, which it said amounted to $890 million, but Bellerive said this was not his country's main concern although it would free up resources."In the face of the real demands we have, our debt is minimal," Bellerive told CBC before the meeting started. "What we're looking for is a long-term (development) commitment... At least five to 10 years."DONOR CONFERENCEClinton, speaking to reporters on her plane before taking off for Montreal, said she expected a donors conference where pledges would be made would likely occur in 30 to 60 days."There's a tremendous desire to help but we've got to create the mechanism so that it can be done effectively and we've got to get ... the Haitian government's capacity to lead put together," she said.Asked earlier about complaints that the U.S. military had dominated the relief, she said effective aid would not have succeeded without additional military assets."It's just easier for the United States to get there first because Haiti is our neighbor. We appreciate the very positive endorsement of our efforts that we have heard, not just today from the foreign minister, but over the course of the last 10 days," she said.Clinton said in response to a question that the United States was looking at the possibility of increased immigration from Haiti as one of many options, but Bellerive said in Montreal that Haiti should be able to settle its own people."We don't want to create an exodus," he said.Bellerive made the point that before the quake, Haiti had already put forward a development plan and would like to relaunch the country on that path. "It's not a question of going back to the status quo," he said.Haiti's neighbor on the island of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic, proposed to international donors last Monday the creation of a $10 billion five-year assistance program for Haiti.In addition to hoping for concrete progress on Haiti, to a certain extent leaders may also be trying to be seen to be active, so as to avoid the sort of criticism of being slow off the mark that characterized relief for the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami or Hurricane Katrina in 2005.The conference will also help Canada's Harper focus domestic attention away from what had been scheduled to be the resumption of the Canadian Parliament on Jan. 25. He arranged last month for its suspension until March 3 after the Vancouver Olympics, coming under heavy opposition attacks for doing so.(Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed and Andrew Quinn in Washington; editing by Mohammad Zargham)For more humanitarian news and analysis, please visit www.alertnet.org

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4.Irish Aid announces second consignment of emergency aid for Haiti,Irish Aid
RV=116.5 2010/01/25 00:00
キーワード:Irish,Corps

Minister of State for Overseas Development, Mr Peter Power, T.D., today announced a second consignment of 40 tonnes of essential humanitarian supplies for Haiti.The aid, which is supplied by the Government and will be distributed by aid agencies on the ground, includes plastic sheeting and tents for shelter; water containers and sanitation equipment.The Minister made the announcement after today's meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Brussels. Speaking after the meeting, he said:"It is clear that the humanitarian situation in Haiti remains extremely grave. My colleagues and I were briefed today by Commissioner de Gucht who has just returned from Haiti and the High Representative who was in North America last week consulting the US, the UN and the World Bank on Haiti.In addition, the Irish Aid technical team, whom I tasked with assessing the immediate and medium-term needs of the Haitian people, left Port-au-Prince last night after five days on the ground.They will report to me in detail over the coming days, but it clear that there is an urgent need for emergency shelter and water supplies as the rainy season approaches in just six weeks. Based on the team's initial assessment of the emergency situation in Haiti, I decided today to order a second shipment of supplies from our international stockpiles.Last week, Concern and Goal distributed more than 80 tonnes of aid supplied by the Irish Government. The shipment that I authorised today will bring the total aid supplied by the Government to more than 120 tonnes, enough to provide shelter, clean water and the basic infrastructure for survival to12,000 families.I also tasked the Irish Aid team who spent the last week in Haiti with examining the medium to long-term needs of the Haitian people and their reports will feed into Ireland's ongoing assistance to the country."Minister Power added:"The total value of the Irish Government response, both financially and in kind, is well over €3 million and there is every possibility that this figure will increase further once we have a clearer and more comprehensive picture of Haiti's needs.In addition, three members of the Irish Aid Rapid Response Corps have deployed to Haiti and other Corps members with specialised skills in engineering, logistics and water and sanitation are expected to be called upon in the coming days and weeks," Minister Power said.Note for the Editor:Minister of State for Overseas Development Peter Power attended the meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Brussels today.Ireland is providing €2 million in direct funding which is being channelled directly through Irish NGOs, UN humanitarian agencies and the Red Cross. In addition, a Government-supplied consignment of 80 tonnes of emergency humanitarian aid arrived in Port-au-Prince last week and is being distributed by Concern and Goal. The second shipment of 40 tonnes announced today contains emergency shelter and water and sanitation supplies.Irish Aid maintains the Rapid Response Corps, a register of highly-skilled individuals who are willing to be deployed at short notice to assist in an emergency relief effort. To date there have been 65 deployments to over 20 countries including Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, DRC, Zimbabwe, Colombia and now Haiti.Ireland's contributed €20 million to the United Nation's Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) in 2009 and a total of €73 million since it was set up in 2006 following the Asian Tsunami. The CERF provides immediately-accessible funds to the UN for use in a crisis such as that in Haiti. Ireland is the seventh largest donor to this fund.For further information, please contact Fionnuala Quinlan, press officer, Irish Aid, the Department of Foreign Affairs on 01-4082653 or 087-9099975. To see the full text of the speech or for further information on the Government's overseas aid programme, visit http://www.irishaid.gov.ieEnds+++25 January 2010Press Office

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5.Aid distribution in Haiti can be hit-and-miss,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=70.5 2010/01/25 00:00
キーワード:CRS

* Scrums, some shots, as some survivors fight for food* Aid workers use varied methods to help hungry, homeless* Some groups giving out two weeks supply for familiesBy Jackie FrankPORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan 25 (Reuters) - "If you can't fight you can't get anything," said a petite 19-year-old Haitian named Darling who missed the bags of rice and bottles of cooking oil handed out at a crowded earthquake survivors' camp in Port-au-Prince.She was one of some 15,000 survivors of the Jan. 12 quake who lined up at a camp in the shattered Delmas neighborhood over the weekend to receive rice and cooking oil given by aid workers to every fourth person in the line.Aid agency Plan International's idea was that the Haitians would divide up the rice, or barter it for other supplies.But for many in the makeshift camp -- one of around 400 such sprawling settlements that carpet open spaces in the wrecked Haitian capital -- it didn't work out that way."The majority of the people did not find anything," one survivor said. "There was no sharing," another said.As aid slowly finds its way to Haiti's several million desperate quake victims, the U.S. government and military, United Nations and international relief groups have created almost as many different ways to distribute food as there are improvised survivors' camps in Port-au-Prince.In Cite Soleil, a gang-ridden slum of 400,000 in Port-au-Prince, residents queued patiently along several blocks at dawn on Sunday to receive small but varied bags of aid from U.S. military and Brazilian "blue helmets" - U.N. troops.Children smiled at soldiers handing out packets of cookies, and adults took grocery bags of rice, beans, pasta, salmon and other goods.Lieutenant General Ken Keen, head of the U.S. relief effort in Haiti, said at the food distribution point that the 10 truck loads of aid would not be enough."You cannot feed every citizen every day," Keen said. He said the aid operation would start giving each family two weeks' worth of food at a time and he hoped this would be working next week.SCRUMS FOR FOOD, SHOTS FIREDEven with U.S. and U.N. troops and Haitian police standing guard, earthquake survivors at the camp in the shattered Delmas neighborhood scrummed for bags of rice dropped from the back of a dump truck on Saturday. Shots were fired into the air by authorities and alarmed aid workers briefly stopped the delivery until they had managed to bring the group to order.Local residents said Plan International had made a mistake by asking four people to share each bag of rice."The way they give the food is not good -- maybe someone takes several times and someone else doesn't get it even one time," a survivor said. On occasions, two people would carry off a bag of rice chased by two others, while other groups of four walked calmly away carrying the rice together.In a camp on the slopes of Haiti's only golf club, tens of thousands awaited aid over the weekend, having seen no food relief for two days."Our problem is we are drawing too many people into this camp. It is dangerous at the moment. It is a complete fire hazard ... there is not a toilet in here," said Donal Reilly, a Catholic Relief Services coordinator.Catholic Relief Services was dividing the camp into sections and handing out to each family a color-coded card entitling them to a two-week supply of dried food to complement what is available in nearby street stalls.But to get this new distribution system going, CRS had to stop the U.S. military from distributing their ready-to-eat rations, to discourage more people from coming to the area."We are going to distribute a two-week ration of food, maybe tomorrow, maybe the next day," said Reilly. CRS trucks were being unloaded at the U.S. military encampment at the club and the aid was being re-packed into ration kits.Reilly did not know how many families were there. "I have heard estimates of anywhere from 20,000 to 100,000 people."The dried grains included in the food aid need to be cooked and cooking gas is expensive and scarce. Near one camp, people were cutting down the few remaining trees to build fires.The U.S. Coast Guard said a first shipment of propane gas was expected to arrive at Port-au-Prince's port on Sunday.Aid agency CARE feeds the hungry by giving cards to women entitling them to rice, beans and oil or other goods. Giving to women ensures the food will get to families because men are more likely to sell it, CARE's director in Haiti, Sophie Perez, said. And it is more orderly.CARE operates near the quake epicenter of Leogane and Carrefour as well as in Petionville suburb in the capital.Monsignor Bernardito Auza, the Papal envoy to Haiti, said Roman Catholic groups have been avoiding security problems by using cars and small trucks to distribute food at night."The distribution has been working well," Auza said. "I remind everybody -- we don't have to wait for security to distribute aid. We have to use our moral authority."(Additional reporting by Patricia Zengerle, editing by Pascal Fletcher and Vicki Allen)For more humanitarian news and analysis, please visit www.alertnet.org

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1.DEC Haiti Appeal tops £50m,DEC
RV=207.4 2010/01/26 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision,technology

Donations to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) have topped ?0m exactly two weeks since the devastating earthquake hit Haiti. This represents an average donation of over four million pounds each day since the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal was launched.According to a recent survey of over 1,000 adults carried out for the Charities Aid Foundation, almost half the UK population (48%) have already donated to the Haiti disaster appeal. Of those who haven't given yet, nearly two thirds (62%) say they might, or plan to in the future.Brendan Gormley, Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee commented:"This is a fantastic show of support by the UK public and their substantial response to the appeal has shown a widespread compassion and willingness to help the millions of Haitians affected by this terrible tragedy.The UK public's generosity has enabled our member agencies to work tirelessly during the last fortnight to deliver emergency supplies in the form of food, water and medical care. But whilst we are hugely grateful for this outstanding support, the situation remains critical in Haiti and we are still working flat out to reach many more survivors with aid. This is no time to sit back and congratulate ourselves. The earthquake has affected millions of people and entire lives need to be rebuilt from the ruins. So I would urge people to continue donating, as this aid effort will continue for many years."Donations have mainly been made over the phone and online, but also include corporate, postal, events, SMS and over-the-counter donations. The influence of social networking and new technology has also greatly contributed to the success of the appeal.The security situation in Haiti is becoming more challenging, and co-ordination and logistical problems remain very serious. However, in the last 24 hours the work of our member agencies has included:Red Cross- More than 2.5 million litres of water have been distributed by the Red Cross Red Crescent- 13,000 people (more than 2,000 households) received tarpaulins, tents, blankets, hygiene kits, kitchen sets and jerry cans- Emergency health kits for 30,000 people have been distributed across the capital.- 10 shipping containers with relief items for approximately 5,000 families has been unloaded in port Ha?a (Dominican Republic) and will be transported over land to Haiti.Oxfam- Five sites with water bladders, serving 65,000 people are up and running with extra water trucks arriving daily- Latrines and washing areas have been completed at two sites serving 55,000 people, including one latrine designed for use by the handicapped. Work continues at three additional sites, which will serve 20,000 extra people.World Vision- Yesterday, World Vision distributed more than 14 metric tons of food to 2,500 people. The 15-day ration food kits included soy-fortified bulgur, corn-soy blend, vegetable oil and lentils- A mobile clinic has been set up with the capacity to help about 100 people a day- Over the next two weeks, World Vision is aiming to reach more than 72,000 people with food and non-food items in 32 camps within Port-au-Prince.To make a donation to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal visit www.dec.org.uk or call 0370 60 60 900, donate over the counter at any post office or high street bank, or send a cheque made payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' to 'PO Box 999, London, EC3A 3AA'.Anyone wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti, the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.

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2.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 25 January,WASH Cluster
RV=195.8 2010/01/26 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF

Partners:ACF, ACTED, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P?ion-Ville, Mairie de Carrefour, Save the ChildrenNote: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH in PaP are mentioned.Action• Water supply plan to deliver 1.410 m3 of water in 115 places for an estimated population of 282.000 people. Due to some logistics problems, lack of bladders and lack of discharge pumps. The plan is not being covered. We estimated at least 261.000 people served• Collecting information on activities done by all partners (interim solution). WASH clusters partners need to provide feedback about GPS positions, Municipality where they are placing activities and confirm the daily needs, as well as estimated population in order to facilitate the process of coordination in the different Municipalities• Sanitation activities are ongoing, as well as discussions about hygiene & communication• First version of Sanitation Technical Guide created and will be shared with implementing partners tomorrow (both in French and English)• CNN covering WASH Cluster activities in Canape Vert• WASH Cluster coordination meeting took place in PaP (refer to minute of meeting coming up)• Inter cluster Coordination meeting to mainly discuss GBV focal points for each cluster, decentralization of clusters at sub national level, involvement of clusters in shelter cluster site planning working group• Discussions and agreement with DINEPA on sub-clusters to be established and leadership: 2 sub clusters agreed upon, 1 in Leogan covering Leogan, Gressier, Grand and Petit Goaves lead by DINEPA until UNICEF can establish a sub office and a recruit a person to take over and 1 in Jacmel lead by DINEPA supported by UNDP. DINEPA does not seem to be opened on a non UN agency taking on the sub cluster leadership• Continued developing the document related to the formalization of support to DINEPA by UNICEF for WASH Cluster coordination• Discussion on IM structure and workplanPlan for tomorrow• Plan to deliver 2.180 m3 in 133 places for an estimated population of 377.000 people. The plan doesn't cover all needs, we experience a production shortage of 390 m3. DINEPA is continuing to evaluate and improving the supply network• Working group on Resources Management and Logistics, will be revising main engagements to improve capacity in the response• WASH Cluster coordination in Leogan to launch the sub cluster• Monitoring WASH activities with partners in Leogan• Trip to Jacmel to launch the WASH sub cluster on Wednesday and visit WASH Cluster activities

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3.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 24 January,WASH Cluster
RV=195.8 2010/01/26 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF

Partners:ACF, ACTED, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P?ion-Ville, Mairie de CarrefourNote: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH in PaP are mentioned.Action• Inter cluster coordination meeting to discuss protection and civil-military collaboration• Drafting documents for a formalized framework of support to DINEPA by UNICEF, integrating WASH Cluster coordination structures/groups and ToR• Providing Input to shelter cluster Emergency and transitional Strategic framework for Haiti• Water quality working group meeting at DINEAPA, key issues;- Check existing labourites for advanced analyses- Awareness campaign of chlorine as water disinfectant- Daily monitoring sheet for the production and distribution sites• Visit of Canape Vert, Champs de Mars, Carrefour with DINEPA for monitoring and evaluation, water is covered but need to be increased in visited places in Carrefour. Latrines already done in Grace Hospital Mission. Organization allows distribution of food and non food items.• Water distribution in 115 places following the plan (no report back) for at least 235.000 people• Two media covering WASH cluster activities• Haiti Outreach has increased its capacity and will start the assessment of the 300 hand pumps installed in the Leogane plain tomorrow 25/01. Repair work will start immediatelyPlan for tomorrow• WASH Cluster coordination meeting• Inter cluster coordination meeting• Sanitation Technical Working Group meeting• Presenting an activity reporting system (4W) for the WASH partners• Planning of a WASH Cluster Meeting in Jacmel on Wednesday 27/01• UNDAC multi sectorial assessments using MIRA (2 people from UNICEF and DINEPA represent the WASH Cluster

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4.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 23 January,WASH Cluster
RV=195.8 2010/01/26 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF

Partners: ACF, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P?ion-Ville, Mairie de Carrefour Note: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH in PaP are mentioned. Action • 1st WASH cluster coordination meeting outside of Port au Prince took place in Leogan and gathered over 18 WASH cluster partners (minute of the meeting to come tomorrow) • 16 organizations are getting involved or planning a response in the areas of Gressier, Leogan, Petit Goive and Grand Goive • A sanitation meeting took place to organize a jump start of sanitation response in Leogan. Agreement reached is that IFRC (trough the Austrian Red Cross) will use its mass sanitation module to begin the construction of latrines for the 20,000 people located in 6 sites in Leogan city. Management of these latrines will be done by individual organizations involved in the various sites • CARE, ACF, Spanish Red cross, Canadian Army are providing water supply in Leogan town. Given the number of actors already involved or planning to in Leogan, water supply in Leogan Town is a need but no longer a priority. The priority for water supply in leogan is at the rural areas (sections communales) • Agreement has been reached to have at least one sub cluster in Leogan. Details to be worked out by DINEPA and UNICEF which will be presented to the WASH cluster partners on the 25/01 • Providing input to the document prepared by OCHA for the SRSG in the framework of Conference on Haiti, which will take place in Canada • Attending inter cluster meeting and discussed the importance on how to involve the national authorities in the clusters • Field monitoring in 15 camps of Port au Prince took place by one of the monitoring focal point. All sites visited, except one had water. • At least 1.175 m3 of water distributed in 115 different places of the city of Port au Prince, for an estimated population of 235.000 people • Efforts for scale up water supply are based on restabilising the network in PaP and the water vendor system. Focus is made to speed up the process. DINEPA & partners assure first phase of free distribution • Agreement with DINEPA on: o basis of monitoring mechanism to follow up water production and distribution o monitoring mechanism for fuel stock and use o Need to increase dramatically number of bladders to accelerate distribution o Use of bottled water as temporary strategy until 'exit strategy' will be ready in hospitals, health centres, child protection structures o New water points distribution will be included in distribution plan if coming organized and based in recommendation done by NGOs and Municipalities • DINEPA & partners will set up a mechanism to support Municipalities to organize community based organizations to assume water distribution and will set up the link of water distribution points with the 508 identified settlements by Shelter cluster. Plan for tomorrow • Distribution of water in 115 points to distribute 1.400 m3 of water (potential population of 281.000 people) • Joint visit from different agencies and DINEPA to Canape Vert and Carrefour to follow up activities and discuss organization system (all WASH and NFIs) in Carrefour • Water Supply working group • Monitoring visit in PaP • Inter cluster meeting

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5.Bloodied' Haiti and donors look at recovery plans,Reuters - AlertNet
RV=176.8 2010/01/26 00:00
キーワード:question,debt,troop

25 Jan 2010 23:55:00 GMTSource: Reuters* Relocation of quake survivors could start this week* PM says Haiti will need 5-10 years of world help* Foreign donors plan aid pledging conference in March (Updates with food disturbance, Clinton on pledges, IMF spokeswoman, port status)By Patrick Markey and Patricia ZengerlePORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Haiti could start relocating homeless earthquake survivors from its ruined capital this week, but it will need at least five to 10 years of international help to rebuild from the catastrophe, the government said on Monday.Appealing for long-term support from foreign donors meeting in Montreal, Canada, Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive told them his people had been "bloodied, martyred and ruined" by the Jan. 12 quake that killed up to 200,000 and left hundreds of thousands more Haitians injured and homeless.Bellerive thanked the world community for its help so far, but said "more and more and more" was needed to rebuild a fragile Caribbean state that even before the quake was the poorest in the Western Hemisphere. [ID:nN25129792]"What we're looking for is a long-term commitment ... At least five to 10 years," he said.As the huge relief operation for Haiti turned from rescue to recovery, authorities were trying to relocate at least 400,000 survivors -- now sheltering in more than 400 sprawling makeshift camps across Port-au-Prince -- in temporary tent villages outside the wrecked city."We have to evacuate the streets and relocate the people," Communications Minister Marie Laurence Jocelyn Lassegue said. "We hope we will be able to start at the end of the week."Health Minister Alex Larsen said 1 million Haitians had been displaced from their homes in the Port-au-Prince area. The government had tents for 400,000 to be used in the new, temporary settlements, but would need more.Bellerive said President Rene Preval had called him to ask donors for an additional 200,000 tents. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner and representatives of 10 other countries attended the Montreal donors' meeting.The group decided to hold an international pledging conference at U.N. headquarters in New York in March."We actually think it's a novel idea to do the needs assessment first, and then the planning, and then the pledging," Clinton said at a closing news conference.REBUILDING RAVAGED CAPITALAlmost daily aftershocks have shaken Port-au-Prince since the quake, raising the possibility the city might have to be rebuilt on a safer location, away from geological fault lines."In 30 seconds, Haiti lost 60 percent of its GDP," Bellerive said, referring to the concentration of commerce and people in the capital. "So we must decentralize."Nearly two weeks after the magnitude-7.0 quake demolished swaths of Port-au-Prince and other cities, the huge U.S.-led international relief operation is struggling to feed, house and care for hundreds of thousands of hungry, homeless survivors, many of them injured.Facing persistent complaints by desperate survivors that tons of aid flown in was not reaching them on the ground, U.S. troops, U.N. peacekeepers and aid workers have widened and intensified the distribution of food and water.Some of the food handouts in the capital have turned unruly, forcing U.N. peacekeepers and Haitian police to fire shots in the air to restore order. [ID:nN25143068]At a tent camp outside the wrecked presidential palace on Monday, desperate Haitians pushed through a cordon of Uruguayan U.N. peacekeepers to grab at sacks of beans on a truck.The U.N. troops fired riot-control shotguns into the air and sprayed Mace from canisters before they eventually dumped the sacks on the ground and let the Haitians jostle for them.In the debris-strewn streets of Port-au-Prince, U.S. Army troops traveling in Humvees fanned out carrying doctors, food and water to some of the survivors' camps.At the Saint Louis high school, where refugees camped out in makeshift tents and huts, U.S. medics attended long lines of injured Haitians, many of them children."We're driving around, letting people know we're here to help. We've treated 200 people today," said Lieutenant Larry West of the U.S. 82nd Airborne.At Titayen, on a plain about six miles (10 km) north of the capital, trucks were still arriving daily bringing bodies for burial in a mass grave.MOVING PORT-AU-PRINCE?Canadian Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon told the Montreal meeting that donors stood ready to help, but basic questions about the recovery strategy first needed be thrashed out."There's the question, for example, of whether we'll rebuild on the present site of Port-au-Prince," Cannon told CBC television, citing the threat of future quakes.Haitian authorities said last week they initially planned to move, with the aid of foreign partners, a first wave of 100,000 survivors to tent villages of 10,000 each at Croix Des Bouquets, just northeast of Port-au-Prince.An International Monetary Fund official said in Montreal restarting business and encouraging lending was a priority.Haiti's trade minister said the quake had eliminated one in five jobs in the country.Essential for both delivery of aid and resumption of commerce is reopening the port of Port-au-Prince. Authorities working to reopen the port said it would be able to handle as many as 700 containers a day by mid-February. [ID:nN25200418]Before the quake hit, the IMF, the World Bank and several lending nations had already forgiven a great deal of Haiti's debt, simply on the grounds of need.The IMF chief has proposed a Marshall Plan-type reconstruction effort for Haiti."We should seize this opportunity to build the foundation and infrastructure of the country better and stronger than it was before," IMF official Caroline Atkinson said in Montreal. (Additional reporting by Jackie Frank, Matthew Bigg, Joseph Guyler Delva and Carlos Barria in Haiti, Randall Palmer in Montreal; Writing by Pascal Fletcher and Doina Chiacu; Editing by Eric Beech)For more humanitarian news and analysis, please visit www.alertnet.org

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1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 26 January,WASH Cluster
RV=195.9 2010/01/27 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,settlement

Partners:ACF, ACTED, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P騁ion-Ville, Mairie de Carrefour, Save the ChildrenNote: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH in PaP are mentioned.ActionResources management & Logistics:• Water distribution in 133 points of delivery, 1.543 m3 delivered for an estimated population of 308.000 people.• Analysis with DINEPA team on capacity to increase water production (more boreholes have been identified) and distribution (new companies identified but limited capacity). DINEPA with the support of the WASH cluster is working to put operational- The water supply network- Kiosk vendors- Sachet waterAll this distribution ways will be operational as soon as possible and will assure free water for some period.• Analysis done on progress of water supply and main actors in water production/distribution.• Discussion with WHO about bottled water distributionPlan for tomorrowResources management & Logistics:• Update list of hospitals with assessment in water & sanitation status• Plan to distribute water in 133 sites 2.160 m3 of water for 432.000 potential beneficiaries• Visit to Carrefour main settlements to work on a proposal of possible distributing sites.Water DistributionRed line – Requested water, blue line – delivered water

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2.Haiti: Tensions Ongoing Among Survivors Desperate for Aid,ADRA
RV=161.7 2010/01/27 00:00
キーワード:Adra

SILVER SPRING, Md.— While aid has started to flow into areas of Port-au-Prince, tensions among survivors seeking food, water, and basic necessities continue to be a serious issue among displaced populations, reported the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)."It's been difficult finding food. People push you to get something to eat," said Michele, a young woman who is eight months pregnant and currently living in a camp for internally displaced persons in Carrefour, a neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. In the last days, she has depended on camp neighbors to get food for her during distributions.ADRA expects that increased access to food will help ease tensions. On January 25, ADRA provided nearly 100,000 pounds (45 tons) of rice, beans, oil, and salt for approximately 15,000 displaced survivors living on the campus of the Haitian Adventist University in southwest Port-au-Prince."ADRA's food distribution can mean the difference between life and death for thousands who have been so severely affected by this disaster," said Julio Muoz, a member of ADRA's emergency response team in Haiti.The distribution was implemented with the security support of local police and Brazilian United Nations peacekeepers. This is the latest of several food distributions that ADRA has completed since a powerful quake hit Haiti on January 12.This follows others distributions, including one on January 23 in which ADRA provided food, water, clothing, and medical supplies for 3,300 individuals throughout 11 sites in the disaster-affected area. More than 1,000 of these beneficiaries were children living at local orphanages in the Carrefour neighborhood. The affected children received basic food items, including bread, bananas, rice, crackers and milk, as well as diapers and more than 8,000 bottles of Pedialyteョ, which replaces the fluids and electrolytes lost due to diarrhea or vomiting.ADRA also distributed more than 12,000 pounds (5,488 kilos) of pinto beans, approximately 760 gallons (2,880 liters) of oil, and more than 1,100 pounds (500 kilos) of salt donated by the World Food Programme (WFP), and 20,000 6-ounce (200 milliliters) packs of nutritional drinks provided by the Spanish International Cooperation Agency (AECID), which will feed an estimated 2,000 children at two local schools for a week."In the capital city, millions remain in need of the most basic necessities," reported Muoz. "ADRA is committed to the people of Haiti, and will continue to respond to their needs."If you would like to support ADRA's relief efforts, give to the Haiti Earthquake Response Fund at www.adra.org/haiti, or by phone at 1.800.424.ADRA (2372).To donate through a mobile phone, text the word "ADRA" to 85944, reply "YES" and donate a one-time $10 gift to ADRA's Haiti response.Follow ADRA on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest information as it happens.ADRA is a non-governmental organization present in 125 countries providing sustainable community development and disaster relief without regard to political or religious association, age, gender, race or ethnicity.For more information about ADRA, visit www.adra.org.Author: Nadia McGillFor more information, contact:John Torres, Senior Public Relations Manager301.680.6357 (office)301.680.6370 (fax)John.Torres@adra.orgDonate to Haiti Earthquake Response FundOnline: http://www.adra.org/haitiMobile: 85944, Text the word "ADRA", reply "YES"Phone: 1.800.424.ADRA (2372)

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3.Eagles Deliver Water to Thirsty Haitians,ADRA
RV=161.7 2010/01/27 00:00
キーワード:Adra

Feature article written by Michelle L. Oetman, Communications Coordinator for ADRA International currently on the ground in Haiti.At first glance, they look like just four bikers flying by, then pulling to the roadside.As their two motorbikes come to a stop, the pair on each bike quickly set down a large yellow box and erect a table between the two bikes. A small crowd hurriedly gathers around them. As you get closer, you see why.Truth is, these bikers are integral to providing vital clean water to communities and displaced person camps throughout earthquake ravaged Port-au-Prince.The yellow box they carry, quickly unpacks into an ingenious water purification system, called a Trekker, specially powered, amazingly, by a motorbike. The Trekkers, portable yellow briefcases filled with a pump and tubes, can serve water to 330 people in an eight-hour day.Beginning Friday, January 22, ADRA hired and dispersed 20 motorbike drivers around the city to areas where water is available, but undrinkable. Once they're set up, they begin dispersing purified water into containers brought by those living nearby. The motorbike drivers, who've named their team "Les Aigles" (The Eagles) – because they're light and can fly by jammed traffic or crumbled roads -- also hand out water purification tablets during their day-long shift. In return, drivers are given food, a small salary, and reimbursement for their fuel. Because of the project's low cost and the possibility of wide distribution throughout the earthquake-affected areas, ADRA expects to expand the project to 30 trekkers.Walix, father of four young girls, was anxious for food and eager to be part of the ADRA Eagles team. The top of his house caved in during the recent earthquake forcing he and his family to sleep on the streets. They have other scars, too. A wall of their home fell on his sister, who lives with him, one child sustained injuries to her head, and another to her leg. But all have survived, which Walix thanks God for.Ironically, Walix doesn't even have water at home for his family, yet he's committed to driving around and providing water for his fellow Haitians.He'd never heard of ADRA before this earthquake, but now, when asked what ADRA means to him, he replied, "Do you see where ADRA is?" pointing to the bib he and his team wear. "ADRA is on my heart."His partner at the water site, Joseph, shares a similar story. He, his wife and three small children are now living on the ground close to their completely flattened home. His family has all survived, but his brother suffered a broken arm when one of the walls of his home fell. He decided to be an ADRA Eagle because he had heard that "ADRA always helps the poor people. I saw people here in a difficult situation," he continued. "They have no water. They needed help!" And he enjoys being that help. "The people are so happy to get water. They say 'thank you' and 'the water tastes very good!'"The technology for the Trekker's unique water purification systems is provided by GlobalMedic, ADRA's partner organization in providing water supplies throughout Port-au-Prince in response to the recent earthquake. GlobalMedic team members also trained the Eagles and scout the locations for Trekker placement each day.Now, more than a week after the initial earthquake, Haitians are still desperate for many basic needs. Your support for Haiti does things like hiring Eagles like Joseph and Walix, who, in turn, are flying around their city providing clean drinking water to the thirsty people of Port-au-Prince.If you would like to support ADRA's relief efforts, give to the Haiti Earthquake Response Fund at www.adra.org/haiti, or by phone at 1.800.424.ADRA (2372).To donate through a mobile phone, text the word "ADRA" to 85944, reply "YES" and donate a one-time $10 gift to ADRA's Haiti response.Follow ADRA on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest information as it happens.ADRA is a non-governmental organization present in 125 countries providing sustainable community development and disaster relief without regard to political or religious association, age, gender, race or ethnicity.For more information about ADRA, visit www.adra.org.For more information, contact:John Torres, Senior Public Relations Manager301.680.6357 (office)301.680.6370 (fax)John.Torres@adra.orgDonate to Haiti Earthquake Response FundOnline: http://www.adra.org/haitiMobile: 85944, Text the word "ADRA", reply "YES"Phone: 1.800.424.ADRA (2372)

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4.UNICEF and partners provide safe water for Haitian children and families,UNICEF
RV=111.1 2010/01/27 00:00
キーワード:UNICEF,settlement

Haiti's 'double disaster' poses water-and-sanitation challengesPORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, 26 January 2010 – Two weeks after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, UNICEF continues to reach children with life-saving support, including urgently needed safe water.VIDEO: Watch nowHere in the capital, UNICEF is now providing potable water for 235,000 people at hospitals and distribution points around the city. And water distribution is being scaled up significantly. The target is to reach half a million people with a consistent water supply within the next few days.Safe water is critical to staving off a second wave of disaster caused by disease outbreaks, especially among children.Children are vulnerableAs the lead UN agency for water, sanitation and hygiene (also known as WASH) in the earthquake zone, UNICEF is committed to ensuring these basic needs for children, both directly and through its partners on the ground.This is a challenge in the context of Haiti's 'double disaster' – because the development constraints that the country already faced have worsened considerably in the aftermath of the 12 January quake."You have to keep in mind that prior to the earthquake, only 50 percent of the entire country had access to clean water in the first place," said UNICEF WASH Specialist Silvia Gaya. "Children in emergency situations like this one are more susceptible to illness and death from waterborne disease."Working in concert with DINEPA, the state-run water authority, UNICEF has been able to establish 115 water-distribution points throughout Port-au-Prince and surrounding locales. Many of the sites have been set up at the improvised settlements that Haitians have created because they've either lost homes in the disaster or remain hesitant to return to their homes for fear of aftershocks.Water trucks and bladdersIn tandem with the government and other partners, UNICEF is also setting up collapsible tanks, known as water bladders, at sites around Port-au-Prince. Large capacity water trucks are brought in daily to pump clean, chlorinated water into 5,000- and 10,000-litre bladders.In the Canap・Vert neighbourhood, for example, UNICEF and partners are meeting the safe-water needs of approximately 105,000 people.And at a temporary settlement in the capital's main public park, Champs de Mars, a 10,000-litre water bladder has been set up in the shadow of a monument to national hero General Jean-Jacques Dessalines. The park, with its picturesque plazas and lush landscapes, has been transformed into a small city of tents and makeshift shelters housing 20,000 people. Sanitation facilities there remain less than adequate.Alternate sourcesAbout an hour's drive from Champs de Mars is the town of Carrefour, near the site of the earthquake's epicentre. At the Grace International Mission in Carrefour, the concern at the moment is less about sanitation than the provision of safe water.The private, family-run mission has opened up its grounds to people who were displaced when entire communities in the area were reduced to rubble. While UNICEF has overseen the digging of 45 latrines at the compound, more than 10,000 people housed there are only being served by two small water cisterns.In addition, DINEPA dispatches one water truck to the mission daily – but it is not enough to meet the cooking, bathing and drinking water demands everyone in the encampment."We expect that the residents here are getting water from alternate sources outside of the compound, since what is present is completely inadequate," said Ms. Gaya of UNICEF. "We will be working to get water bladders here to meet the immediate needs of daily usage. Meanwhile, with the construction of these latrines, we can offer some semblance of dignity and sanitary conditions for families temporarily residing here."Richard Alleyne contributed reporting to this story from Haiti.

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5.HelpAge working to reach most vulnerable Haitians,HelpAge
RV=93.4 2010/01/27 00:00
キーワード:DEC

Andrea, 93, saved her grandchildren from the earthquake. She is now homeless in Carrefour Feuilles, Port au Prince, with young children dependent on her for survival.Thousands of older people care for childrenBecause of the impact of HIV and Aids on middle generations, and because parents often leave Haiti to seek work, thousands of older people in Haiti care for children, making them one of the country's most at-risk groups. Our emergency response team in Haiti is currently working with other organisations to reach vulnerable people by setting up help points to make sure those most in need get the right kind of assistance. Help points to reach those most in need. A consortium of humanitarian agencies, including HelpAge International, is working on setting up Vulnerability Focal Points (VFPs) in nine areas in Haiti. Each point will contain two staff – who will take enquiries and provide information – and a mobile team that will go out into affected communities to provide immediate relief and services to vulnerable people. The VFPs will be set up in eight areas in Port au Prince and one in Petit Goave. Other agencies involved in the consortium are: Handicap International, Christian Blinden Mission, Centre for Special Education, Haitian Society for the Blind, Ministry of Social Affairs, Healing Hands for Haiti, CADOR and other local organisations. The strategy is being discussed and an action plan will be set out. If the model works well it could be rolled out to other areas, for example in Jacmel.How you can helpWe urgently need more funds to help us get aid to those who really need it and to support longer-term relief. If you are a UK citizen, please donate to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Haiti Earthquake Appeal now.If you live outside the UK, you can donate to our Haiti relief efforts through:World Granny HelpAge USA HelpAge Germany

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1.Further Haiti fundraising will help rebuild shattered lives,DEC
RV=164.9 2010/01/28 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision

The DEC has announced that the wonderful generosity of the UK public means its members now have the money they need to fund their short term emergency aid efforts in Haiti. Further funds are needed by member agencies to help the Haitian people rebuild their lives from the ruins.Member agencies are still accelerating their work to provide emergency relief including food, shelter, clothing, medical help and clean water and have already reached hundreds of thousands of people.Planning for rebuilding and recovery will include providing good quality temporary shelter and permanent housing, supporting people to get back to work and developing longer term community services such as health care, water services and schools. The challenge is not simply to return Haiti to the poverty and desperation that was prevalent before the quake but to give survivors the chance of something better. DEC members will be able to draw on their experience of building more than 20,000 high quality, earthquake resistant homes in the Indonesian province of Aceh alone after the 2004 Tsunami.Brendan Gormley, Chief Executive of the DEC said:"We appealed for help two weeks ago and the generosity of the public has been staggering. Our member agencies are extremely grateful and are hard at work using the money to get aid to those who need it most. The aid is getting through, more and more each day. The response of people in the UK has shown that we do care about people in poor countries. As a result we can now commit to expanding the presence many agencies had in Haiti before the quake and staying for the long haul."Haiti was an extremely poor country before this earthquake, and we want to ensure that money that has and will be generously donated by the UK public is used to work with communities to help them rebuild from scratch. We don't want the aid effort to just be a sticking plaster - we want to leave Haiti stronger than it was before the quake. That's why we will be spending the money donated by the public over a three year period. We learnt a great deal during the reconstruction members undertook after the 2004 tsunami and the public are giving us the chance to ensure Haiti benefits from that experience."The total donated to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal so far has now reach 」58m and the knowledge that this money is available has allowed member agencies to rapidly scale up their emergency relief efforts. They have already helped hundreds of thousands of survivors despite destroyed or buried of roads, disruption at the port and airport, the death of key staff in aid agencies, the UN and Haitian Government; and the vast needs of millions of people sheltering in a shattered city. Their efforts have saved lives and vastly improved many people's chances of continued survival.Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999, London, EC3A 3AA'.- Donations can be made at any high street bank, or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid, British Red Cross, CAFOD, CARE International UK, Christian Aid, Concern Worldwide, Help the Aged, Islamic Relief, Merlin, Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund, World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies, or some of them, must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful, either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.

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2.Thousands of pregnant women in Haiti face dangerous delivery after earthquake,DEC
RV=164.9 2010/01/28 00:00
キーワード:DEC,Vision

The lives of thousands of expectant mothers in Haiti and the lives of their unborn babies are at risk after the earthquake left the healthcare system in tatters, leaving the women with no choice but to deliver their babies in emergency camps.Around 37,000 pregnant women are living in the earthquake-hit region. At least 10,000 of them will need delivery services in the coming months, and aid agencies expect that 1,500 will need care for life-threatening complications during delivery.Even before the earthquake, Haitian women faced the highest risk of dying in childbirth in the region with one in 44 women dying in childbirth compared to one in 8,200 in the UK. In normal circumstances 15 per cent of all pregnant women experience a complication requiring medical interventions but in a disaster situation that percentage is much higher.Many newborn babies will also be in danger as the first 24 hours of a child's life are the most vulnerable period for a baby.Jon Bugge, Save the Children's Emergencies advisor in Haiti, said: "Hospitals and clinics were destroyed by the earthquake and those that are left are overcrowded, understaffed and have run out of drugs and equipment. We're seeing women giving birth in camps with no one on hand to help if things go wrong."One of our aid workers helped a woman in labour in one of the camps who was delivering a breach baby. After taking the woman to three hospitals that were unable to help, she was able to help her to deliver a very underweight baby girl in the UN compound. At the moment many more mums will give birth without that help – and could die or lose their baby."Approximately 75 per cent of maternal deaths result from hemorrhage, infection, miscarriage, prolonged or obstructed labour and hypertensive disorders, many of which could be avoided with appropriate medical care. But with limited or no access to health facilities and the additional stress of the emergency situation, pregnant women are at massive risk of complications and death.Women and girls face other specific risks in disaster zones. Women and girls are more likely to be raped or sexually abused in camps, partly because they often have to wash or go to the toilet in exposed, insecure areas. Specific female needs for items like sanitary towels are often overlooked in the emergency response and they often miss out in aid distributions to men who are stronger.Sophie Perez, Care's Country Director in Haiti, said: "Statistics clearly show that women are disproportionately affected in emergencies. We seek to reach the people most in need as quickly as possible, and experience shows that reaching the woman of a particular household first is the best way to accomplish that."DEC agencies including CARE and Save the Children are helping pregnant women, new mothers and children by training community health workers, recruiting midwives, and providing safe delivery kits for women and health centres to facilitate safer, cleaner deliveries. They are distributing hygiene kits for women that include soap and toothpaste, and also sanitary towels and underwear for women.Agencies including Merlin and the Red Cross are at work supporting emergency health services.Those wanting to stay up to date with developments in Haiti, the emergency response and the fundraising efforts can follow the DEC on twitter at http://twitter.com/decappeal http://twitter.com/decappeal or become a fan of 'Disasters-Emergency-Committee-DEC' on Facebook.- Ends -Notes to editors:- To make a postal donation make cheques payable to 'DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal' and mail to 'PO Box 999, London, EC3A 3AA- Donations can be made at any high street bank or at a Post Office by quoting Freepay 1449.- Text "GIVE" to 70077 to give 」5 to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 」5 goes to the DEC. You pay 」5 plus the standard network SMS rate.- The DEC consists of: Action Aid, British Red Cross, CAFOD, CARE International UK, Christian Aid, Concern Worldwide, Help the Aged, Islamic Relief, Merlin, Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund, World Vision.- The DEC criteria to launch an appeal are: The disaster must be on such a scale and of such urgency as to call for swift International humanitarian assistance. The DEC agencies, or some of them, must be in a position to provide effective and swift humanitarian assistance at a scale to justify a national Appeal. There must be reasonable grounds for concluding that a public appeal would be successful, either because of evidence of existing public sympathy for the humanitarian situation or because there is a compelling case indicating the likelihood of significant public support should an appeal be launched.

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3.Haiti Earthquake: Supplies and shelter at Terraine D'Acra,ARC
RV=124.3 2010/01/28 00:00
キーワード:question,settlement

Four plane loads of emergency medical and shelter supplies arrived yesterday and today in Port-au-Prince. This morning, we started distributing FEMA-grade tarps at Terraine D'Acra settlement and will continue until all 5,000 people there have shelter.Terraine D'Acra is an area of the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince. We have been working closely with local leaders to coordinate our response.We also opened a health clinic at the settlement today. Our medical team will be using medicines and supplies from our shipment to care for people in desperate need.Today, children at the settlement will have safe places to play as we open the first of our child-friendly spaces. We will also be constructing latrines to prevent the spread of disease.At Fond Parisien, our temporary settlement for clinic patients and their families is up and running. We have been putting up dozens of tents and digging latrines for the more than 200 people who are there. New patients who have had operations and are in need of follow-up care continue to arrive from Jimani and other areas. Upon arrival, each family receives three days of food rations, water containers, blankets, cooking utensils, mattresses, and clothing and hygiene supplies.If you have any questions about the Haiti response effort, you can always contact us directly. The easiest way is to email info@archq.org.

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4.HEALTH CLUSTER IN HAITI: HAITI EARTHQUAKE BULLETIN N°9 28 January 2010,PAHO
RV=112.1 2010/01/28 00:00
キーワード:UNICEF,settlement

HIGHLIGHTS- The Ministry of Health indicated that they will report on all health activities, including both national and international activities, to the Prime Minister on Friday.- Reports indicate almost all people with injuries have received medical attention; however, some still require surgical care.- The current priorities of the Ministry of Health include post-operative care and rehabilitation of disabled people, primary care at internally displaced persons sites and provision of medical services outside of Port-au-Prince.- The Haitian Government, in cooperation with PAHO/WHO and UNICEF, will start vaccinating against measles, tetanus and diphtheria in selected settlement camps next week.- GPS coordinates of health sites are being gathered in order to facilitate mapping.

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5.Officials Consider Role in Haiti Beyond Immediate Relief,Govt. USA
RV=74.7 2010/01/28 00:00
キーワード:question

By John J. KruzelAmerican Forces Press ServiceWASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 2010 – The U.S. government still is figuring out the details of American assistance in Haiti, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said here today, noting that Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and President Barack Obama discussed the issue yesterday."I think that everybody would say by now that the aid is flowing in a very productive and helpful fashion," Morrell told Pentagon reporters. "But the question now becomes, now that this immediate relief has been provided, what do we want to do from here? What can we do from here?"Morrell characterized security in Haiti as "stable, but fragile," saying groups displaying unrest are a reflection that aid distribution is an ongoing challenge."We have to be mindful of the security climate there," he said. "We have to provide the kind of security that will facilitate a safe, secure flow of food, water, medicine, whatever it may be to the population."Morrell estimated that U.S. relief efforts to date have cost hundreds of millions of dollars, and said thousands of additional forces are in the pipeline to be sent to Haiti."So we envision that there will be a role for the United States military for some time to come in Haiti," he said, adding that the United States is honored to carry out a relief mission in a country it's uniquely positioned to help."No one can provide the kinds of assistance we can, and we are happy to be doing it," he said. "It shows the world that obviously we are not a one-dimensional force; we are a force for good and try to provide assistance to those who need it around the world."U.S. military assistance in Haiti likely is to continue for three to six months before yielding to international and nongovernment groups as they take on greater responsibility for the massive humanitarian relief effort there, the director of Defense Logistics Agency said yesterday."I think there's a commitment to continue to provide support and stay engaged until other organizations can take over the role," Navy Vice Adm. Alan Thompson told the Defense Writers Group."My sense would be that probably in the three- to six-month time period would be when there would be efforts to try to transition some of the support," the admiral said.

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1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 27 January,WASH Cluster
RV=309.6 2010/01/29 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF,settlement,cluster

Partners:ACF, ACTED, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P騁ion-Ville, Mairie de Carrefour, Save the ChildrenNote: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH in PaP are mentioned.Action- Participation at the shelter cluster meeting today: There is no clear shelter cluster strategy with the government (DPC) in order to relocate affected people in the other sites. However assessment will continue to identify major sites. WASH Cluster will continue to provide assistance on the current identified sites - Some NGOs have been already identified for developing partnership documents for WASH interventions for the coming days- Field visit in Jacmel in 4 camps. UNICEF needs to pull out efforts on coordination (taken now by UNDP and DINEPA) to concentrate on program delivery with focus on sanitation.- WASH Cluster coordination in Jacmel to officially launch the sub cluster on the 27/01- Inter cluster coordination meeting during which the achievements and challenges of the WASH Cluster were presented- WASH Cluster coordination meeting in Leogane to officially launch the sub cluster on the 26/01- Agreement with DINEPA to establish a strategic working group comprising of the key experts (Senior technical advisors from the Global WASH Cluster) that are presently in the country. The idea is that these people be proposed to gather once per week (2 h) to discuss issues which mater to the cluster- Discussions with Focal points from UNICEF and DINEPA on a strategy to push for up scaling latrines construction. It is agreed that a 30 days plan be proposed in the Sanitation working group meeting with clear figures and commitment from involved partnersResources management & Logistics:- Plan to distribute water in 133 sites 2.160 m3 of water for 432.000 potential beneficiaries, but gaps are expected due to difficulty in increasing distribution efficacy- Visit to Frecher Lokal and CAMEP for monitoring water production/distribution- Visit to Carrefour main settlements to work on a proposal of possible sites for WASH activities- Provision of some bladders available in IOM to some partnersPlan for tomorrow- WASH Cluster coordination meeting in PaP - Inter cluster coordination meeting in PaP - Meeting with OCHA on ERF and on Sanitation issues - Meeting with UNDAC assessment team to discuss findings in PaPPrepare presentation of WASH Cluster achievements and challenges for Donors - Continue working on formalization docs of UNICEF support to DINEPAResources management & Logistics:- Plan to distribute water in 138 sites 2.160 m3 of water for 432.000 potential beneficiaries- Follow up of plan of upgrading level of services- Based on assessments, plan for bottled distribution in public institutions- Meeting with all partners working in Carrefour in order to identify 3WWW based on each partner capacities- Prepare the distribution plan of incoming materials among partners based on prioritiesResources needed- 1 vehicle + driver for DINEPA (all) and pick up at DINEPA at 16.30 h- 1 vehicle without driver (David, Souleymane)- 1 vehicle + driver for sanitation at 14:00 h at DINEPA

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2.Work on Organized Settlement Progresses as Distribution of Non-Food Items Gathers Momentum in Haiti,IOM
RV=185.7 2010/01/29 00:00
キーワード:CRS,settlement,cluster

IOM is working with its partners from the shelter cluster to finalize the first organized settlement for some 3,500 displaced persons in the Port-au-Prince neighbourhood of Tabarre."A total of 350 ten-person tents donated by the UK-charity Shelterbox have been set-up, with work being finalized on latrines, showers and electricity," says IOM's Christopher Gascon. "The first families are expected to more in from the capital's Parc de la Primature and surrounding areas in the coming days. The daily management of the organized settlement in Tabarre will be carried out by the French NGO ACTED."An estimated 900,000 to 1.1 million people are believed to be in acute need of emergency shelter assistance in Haiti, according to assessment data compiled by IOM and its partners, the vast majority of them in the capital, Port-au-Prince.In an effort to tackle the complex challenge of immediately assisting such large numbers of people whilst ensuring adequate shelter protection is available in the coming months when the rainy and hurricane seasons arrive, IOM and its partners in Haiti continue to focus on distributing tarpaulins and plastic sheets to improve shelter conditions for those made homeless until more tents arrive in the country.To date, more than 6,000 tarpaulins, 1,948 tents, 800 shelter kits, 3,345 items of plastic sheeting and 400 shelterboxes, each containing a 10-person tent, blankets, water purifiers, mosquito nets, tools, a stove, kitchen equipment and materials for children, have been distributed to by IOM and its partners to some 36,000 people.Currently, the shelter cluster has some 9,290 tarpaulins, 7,295 tents, 11,940 items plastic sheeting in stock with a further 57,320 tarpaulins, 50,720 tents, 32,912 items of plastic sheeting expected to in the coming days.IOM is currently working on improving warehousing facilities to increase the provision and distribution of non food assistance for shelter cluster partners, including ACTED, the American Refugee Committee (ARC), the Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVISI), Catholic Relief Service (CRS) the Red Cross Movement and Islamic Relief.In response to an initial appeal launched on 15 January and which will be shortly revised to better reflect the scale of needs in the country, the Organization had asked for US$ 30 million to provide emergency shelter and non-food assistance and to establish a cash-for-work programme that would include rubble removal.IOM has so far received pledges totaling USD 23,3 million from the US government (OFDA/USAID), Sweden, the UN's Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), Canada, France, Finland, Korea, the Clinton Foundation and Argos Cement Company of Colombia to support ongoing relief operations and future rebuilding efforts.Private donations can be made to IOM through the IOM website at www.iom.int and in the United States at http://www.usaim.org/PROJECTHaiti.aspFor further information, please contact Jean Philippe Chauzy or Jemini Pandya, IOM Geneva, Tel: + 41 22 717 9361/+ 41 79 285 4366, Email: pchauzy@iom.int and + 41 22 717 9486/+ 41 79 217 3374 Email: jpandya@iom.int respectively.Copyright ゥ IOM. All rights reserved.

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3.Haiti: Day 16 ADRA Clinic Cares for 1000 People a Day,ADRA
RV=169.8 2010/01/29 00:00
キーワード:Adra

SILVER SPRING, Md. —Sixteen days after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) continues to provide life-saving medical assistance, treating 1,000 patients every day.On Tuesday, January 26, ADRA and partner GlobalMedic installed an inflatable field hospital on the campus of the Haitian Adventist University in the neighborhood of Carrefour. The hospital, which measures 22 feet by 42 feet, will benefit more than 20,000 earthquake survivors living in a camp for displaced persons outside of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. The inflatable hospital is currently being used as a primary care center for injured survivors, and can assist an estimated 1,000 patients a day. Local aid groups have also received training on how to install, operate and maintain the hospital, to ensure that it can remain operational for as long as needed."Since ADRA first began its response hours after this disaster, one of our primary concerns has been access to medical care," said John Torres, Senior Public Relations Manager and a member of ADRA's emergency response team on the ground in Haiti. "These inflatable hospitals is an effective way to bring life-saving care to the people where they are."In addition to the medical care ADRA continues to provide basic elements for survival. In the last week, ADRA has distributed more than 351,000 pounds (159 tons) of rice, beans, oil, and salt inside the camp in Carrefour and among other displaced populations in Port-au-Prince.If you would like to support ADRA's relief efforts, give to the Haiti Earthquake Response Fund at www.adra.org/haiti, or by phone at 1.800.424.ADRA (2372). To donate through a mobile phone, text the word "ADRA" to 85944, reply "YES" and donate a one-time $10 gift to ADRA's Haiti response.Follow ADRA on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest information as it happens.ADRA is a non-governmental organization present in 125 countries providing sustainable community development and disaster relief without regard to political or religious association, age, gender, race or ethnicity.For more information about ADRA, visit www.adra.org.Author: Nadia McGillFor more information, contact:John Torres, Senior Public Relations Manager301.680.6357 (office)301.680.6370 (fax)John.Torres@adra.orgDonate to Haiti Earthquake Response FundOnline: www.adra.org/haitiMobile: 85944, Text the word "ADRA", reply "YES"Phone: 1.800.424.ADRA (2372)

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4.Help Haiti with Love! Tzu Chi’s relief efforts in Haiti,Tzu Chi
RV=167.6 2010/01/29 00:00
キーワード:Tzu,Chi

(San Dimas, CA, USA) The 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12 has caused catastrophic damages and casualties in the country. Tzu Chi USA headquarters immediately established an emergency coordination center on the 12 and held meetings with nationwide offices and the founder of Tzu Chi Foundation, Dharma Master Cheng Yen, on the 13.Tzu Chi's relief team and medical personnel were immediately mobilized to be on standby. In addition, Tzu Chi has been integrating nationwide volunteers and medical manpower and resources to be on standby for dispatch to Haiti in the long-run. Resources are being shipped from the US as well as from Hualien, including eco-friendly blankets, instant rice, instant corn powder, reusable utensils, clothes, water purifying tablets, tarps, etc. Tzu Chi also initiated a global fundraising campaign, "Help Haiti with Love," with 29 countries participating in the first phase of the global fundraising campaign.On January 15, Tzu Chi emergency coordination center in the US reached its local volunteers in Haiti, and immediately established an emergency coordination center in its Dominican Republic office. On the 18, first relief assessment team from the US, including the CEO of Tzu Chi USA, arrived at the Dominican Republic. On the 19, the team arrived in Haiti and met with Tzu Chi volunteers in Haiti.After the earthquake struck, there was a lack of electricity. Therefore, Tzu Chi's instant rice, developed by TIHAA (Tzu Chi International Humanitarian Aid Association), is very useful during relief work. This kind of instant rice can be served 20-50 minutes after pouring in water ranging from hot to room temperature. Tzu Chi also developed instant corn powder, which is one of the main staples in Haiti, to be distributed to the survivors. The first shipment of goods from Hualien, weighing 10 tons, has arrived in the Dominican Republic on January 26, and will be delivered into Haiti on January 28. On February 1, Tzu Chi will conduct small scale distributions in poverty-stricken areas that have not yet received aid from other organizations. Tzu Chi Jordan chapter has contacted Prince El Hassan bin Talal and the Jordanian peacekeepers to provide security for Tzu Chi's relief distributions in Haiti. The second shipment of goods, including 12,000 blankets and 10,000 tarps from the US, will arrive in the Dominican Republic on February 8. In addition, 28 tons of instant rice, 1 ton of instant corn powder, 50,000 eco-friendly blankets and 30,000 sets of utensils (a total of 17 cargo containers) of supplies are on standby in Hualien, ready to be shipped to Haiti. Tzu Chi will be providing not just immediate relief, but also mid- and long-term relief in Haiti. Tzu Chi will also establish a relief work program in Haiti for the survivors. Based on Tzu Chi's prior experiences, a relief work program not only provides financial assistance, it also provides hope, love and a sense of purpose to the survivors. After Typhoon Morakot and Typhoon Ketsana struck Asia in 2009, Tzu Chi initiated a relief work program to give the survivors wages to help clean their own hometown. The city of Marikina in the Philippines was severely flooded due to Typhoon Ketsana; Tzu Chi volunteers and 80,000 relief workers/survivors cleaned up the entire city in just 18 days, preventing the spread of epidemics. The CEO of Tzu Chi USA, William Keh, continues to urge the public to pray for or send kind thoughts to the people in Haiti. Tzu Chi will be there to accompany the survivors as long as there is a need, and Tzu Chi will help to deliver everyone's love to Haiti. Donation of any amount will go a long way to help the suffering people in Haiti; every cent of donation will be used for the immediate, mid-term and long-term relief operation in Haiti. Together, let us help Haiti with love!For more information, please visit www.us.tzuchi.org or send an email to info@us.tzuchi.orgTo make a donation, please visit www.us.tzuchi.org , or call 1-888-989-8244 , or send your check to 1100 S. Valley Center Ave., San Dimas, CA 91773. (Your donation is tax deductible in the USA!)About Tzu ChiTzu Chi Foundation is an international humanitarian organization, established in 1966 by Dharma Master Cheng Yen, with over 5 million members in 47 countries, providing relief in 69 countries. The foundation dedicates itself in the fields of charity, medicine, education, environmental protection, international relief work and the establishment of the world's third largest bone marrow donor registry. It also promotes humanistic values and community volunteerism.In 1984, Tzu Chi Foundation in the U.S. was established in California as a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Since then, 62 local offices have been established with over 100,000 members in the U.S.Tzu Chi's International Relief EffortsTzu Chi's principles of international relief work include the following: directness, priority, respect, timeliness, practicality and gratitude. In the last few months, Tzu Chi assisted with Typhoon Morakot relief and Typhoon Ketsana relief in Asia, tsunami relief in the America Samoa, earthquake relief in Indonesia, as well as other small and large scale disaster reliefs in the world. In the Philippines alone, 80,000 workers/residents joined Tzu Chi's relief work program, and together with the Tzu Chi volunteers in the Philippines, they cleaned up an entire city in 18 days. Tzu Chi's Prior Relief Efforts in HaitiTzu Chi has previously provided aid to Haiti in 1998-1999, 2004 and 2008-2009. In January 2009, Tzu Chi relief team in the Americas traveled to Haiti to provide relief after the country was struck by numerous hurricanes in 2008. Tzu Chi volunteers from the US, Dominican Republic and St. Martin provided supplies including rice, corn powder, cooking oil, sugar, salt, instant noodles, tarp, eco-friendly blankets, buckets (for food storage), vitamins, dental kits and a set of portable dental equipment, benefiting 3,343 households in poverty stricken areas in Port-au-Prince and Cit・Soleil. There were also other long-term plans for charitable and medical assistance.Copyright ゥTaiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation. All Rights Reserved

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5.DODD LUGAR INTRODUCE LEGISLATION TO SPEED HAITIAN RECOVERY,Govt. USA
RV=105.5 2010/01/29 00:00
キーワード:debt,Corps

Thursday, January 28, 2010— Senators Chris Dodd (D-CT) and Richard Lugar (R-IN) today introduced legislation to speed recovery efforts in post-earthquake Haiti. The legislation will focus on three areas important to rebuilding Haiti – debt relief, infrastructure, and trade."The United States and the international community have already contributed tremendously to short-term relief efforts in Haiti, but it's critical that we commit to Haiti's long-term recovery as well," said Dodd. "Our legislation includes three provisions critical to Haiti's recovery, including debt relief, the creation of an international infrastructure fund, and measures designed to boost investment and trade in Haiti.""Despite strong support from the United States, sustained international participation in Haiti is vital for its recovery. It is especially important that the international community provide governance assistance to the Haitian people," Lugar said. "The legislation explores ways to invigorate economic activity in the country by adjusting U.S.-Haiti trade agreements. It also encourages the IMF to provide debt relief to Haiti and ensure that IMF gold sale surpluses are used for low income countries, including Haiti."Dodd and Lugar's legislation will:Relieve Haiti of its outstanding international debt with multilateral institutions, as well as any additional debt incurred in the aftermath of the earthquake. Additionally, it would encourage these institutions to make financial assistance available to Haiti in the form of grants, rather than loans.キ Foster the creation of an international infrastructure fund for Haiti to invest in electric grids, roads, water, sanitation facilities, and other critical infrastructure projects.キ Extend the deadline of currently enacted trade provisions for Haiti, helping to foster investment in Haiti and increase trade between the United States and Haiti.Dodd is a senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Chairman of its Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Peace Corps, and Global Narcotics Affairs.Lugar is the Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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1.WASH Cluster Haiti Update 29 January,WASH Cluster
RV=360.7 2010/01/30 00:00
キーワード:CRS,Vision,UNICEF,settlement,cluster,Cluster

Partners:ACF, ACTED, MSF-F, OXFAM,CRE, Red Cross, GMEP, LIAUTAUD, MSF-B, GCC, GRET, GRET ODC, WINNER, CARE, Comite St Surin, Comite rue Pacot, FISEH, ACTED, WORLD VISION, Haiti Outreach, HOPE HAITI, CRS Haiti, HOPE HAITI, WORLD VISION, Merlin, Plan International, Children Voice Foundation (SFI), SFI - Comite Local, FLM, SAVE THE CHILDREN, Mairie de Tabarre, Mairie de P騁ion-Ville, Mairie de Carrefour, Save the ChildrenNote: the above list is not exhaustive. Only those partners implementing (and reporting) WASH are mentioned.Action- Draft of formalization of UNICEF support to DINEPA for WASH Cluster coordination finalized and sent- Preparation and Briefing Donors community on the WASH Cluster Reponse and challenges along with DINEPA. Donors made it clear during this meeting that WASH Cluster needs to deliver on sanitation and promised full support in pushing individual agencies to give priority to this issue- 1st step screening of ERF proposals (American Development Foundation, IMC, Solidarites, Save the Children US, Islamic Relief)- Meeting with Shelter Cluster and Map action with the objective of finding out total superficie of the 500 settlements. The idea is to be able to illustrate the challenge in term of lack of space by comparing such a superficies with the one required for the needed latrines based on sphere standards.Resources management & Logistics:- Plan to distribute water in 159 sites 2.170 m3 of water for 434.000 potential beneficiaries- Distribution of sachet water and water in kiosks network- Update data of different sites of distribution- Provision of materials to different partners of WASH cluster- Draft of formalization of UNICEF support to DINEPA for WASH Cluster coordination finalized and sent- Preparation and Briefing Donors community on the WASH Cluster Response and challenges along with DINEPA. Donors made it clear during this meeting that WASH Cluster needs to deliver on sanitation and promised full support in pushing individual agencies to give priority to this issue- 1st step screening of ERF proposals (American Development Foundation, IMC, Solidarites, Save the Children US, Islamic Relief)- Meeting with Shelter Cluster and Map action with the objective of finding out total superficies of the 500 settlements. The idea is to be able to illustrate the challenge in term of lack of space by comparing such a superficies with the one required for the needed latrines based on sphere standards. Unfortunately data is not availablePlan for tomorrow- Meeting with WASH experts/technical advisors available in the country for strategic advises to the WASH Cluster- Hygiene promotion and communication working group- Discussing with DINEPA about how we go ahead with the writing of the WASH strategy document- Working with IM team on what has been achieved so far and ways forwardInter cluster coordination meetingResources management & Logistics:- Same plan of distribution of water in 159 sites and kiosks- WASH Cluster meeting- Organize first meeting of partners working in Carrefour- Release materials from WASH stock to different partners

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2.Save the Children to Distribute Food Rations to 200000 Children and Families in Haiti in Partnership with World Food Program,SC
RV=232.1 2010/01/30 00:00
キーワード:Adra,Vision

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Jan. 29, 2010) — Save the Children will partner with the World Food Program (WFP) to distribute critically needed food supplies to about 200,000 children and families in Haiti affected by the catastrophic earthquake over two weeks ago. Beginning this Sunday, Save the Children will provide family food rations – enough to feed a family for two weeks – to about 33,000 families (equivalent to 200,000 people) with special attention to women."Two weeks after the disaster, many families are still without a stable food supply," warned Annie Foster, Save the Children's emergency team leader in Haiti. "Rapid food distribution must begin immediately to save the most vulnerable, especially children.""Children are the first ones to suffer," said Foster. "While some local markets have reopened, there are only small supplies of food and the prices have risen dramatically." Save the Children is one of several aid agencies who will assist in a two-week WFP distribution program in and around the city of Port-au-Prince.U.S. Military to Provide Security During Food Distribution, World Food Program to Transport Food to Sites The US military will provide security during the food distribution and ensure the boundaries of site areas are properly arranged prior to distribution. WFP is responsible for the secure transportation of the food to the distribution site areas."Haitian people keep hearing that food is coming," said Foster. "But many of them have not seen any. They are becoming increasingly impatient. One of the measures Save the Children took to prevent possible incidents is to get the community involved in the process, so they understand how this distribution will take place."Several Additional Partners to Help Manage Distribution SitesSave the Children is working closely with World Vision, Catholic Relief Services and Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) to manage the multiple WFP distribution sites. Since the earthquake, Save the Children's health teams have reached more than 85,000 people with medical treatment. The aid agency is also distributing hygiene and household supplies such as soap, towels, cans to hold water, and plastic sheeting for shelter. Save the Children has worked in Haiti since 1978 and currently has about 250 staff in the country.Media Contacts Wendy Christian(W) 203-221-3767(C) 203-241-9722 Kate Conradt(W) 202-640-6631(C) 202-294-9700 Tanya Weinberg(W) 202-640-6647 (C) 202-247-6610 Eileen Burke(W) 203-221-4233(C) 203-216-0718

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3.Transcript of a Conference call on the IMF Executive Board’s approval of US$114 Million in Emergency Aid to Haiti,IMF
RV=139.6 2010/01/30 00:00
キーワード:question,debt

With Corinne Del馗hat, Haiti Mission Chief in the Western Hemisphere Department, and Andreas Adriano, External Relations officerWashington, D.C.January 27, 2010 MR. ADRIANO: Good afternoon to everybody and thank you for dialing into this conference call on the IMF's approval of $100 million emergency aid to Haiti. I would like to introduce Corinne Del馗hat. She's the Mission Chief for Haiti in the Western Hemisphere Department at the IMF, and she will be ready to take questions after. Do you want to make some initial comments?MS. DELノCHAT: Oh, hi, just to say I'm here, and we're here to take your questions and clarify any things that need clarifying.MR. ADRIANO: We can start taking your questions.QUESTIONER: Thank you. Yes, the Managing Director said that the negotiations to forgive the debt to Haiti succeeded, and this loan now will be forgiven as well, and I wonder if you could give us an update on where those talks are. What will be needed for the IMF to forgive this debt? I mean would they require member countries to put up the money so that there's not a hole in the funds that they traditionally have.MS. DELノCHAT: Okay, thank you for your question. I think the Managing Director has made a few comments, but clearly there are two issues we need to separate. Today Haiti needs massive resources. Today, Haiti pays no debt service to the Fund at all and very little overall to other creditors, at least for this year and the next. So, to respond to today's need, what is needed is fresh resources which is what we've brought with approval of the $100 million this morning. This money will be in the hands of the authorities by Friday. I think this is the first, the largest financing package to reach the authorities 15 days after the earthquake.Now when we know more about the extent of the damages and the needs for reconstruction in terms of financing, these will be clearly very, very significant. There will be both a disaster needs assessment in February and a big donors conference in March. The Fund will accompany that process. And, as a result of the needs assessment, there will be a need for a concerted international effort to give resources to Haiti for long-term reconstruction.At this point, debt relief will be considered as one of the ways to deliver that assistance to Haiti, but clearly what debt relief can achieve is little in comparison of the needs. But there's good will from the IMF and the membership and good will from the other international organization to seriously consider the debt at this point. We're already awaiting good news on debt relief from bilateral creditors, and we expect a very large amount of support from the community. In the end the debt relief itself would be a political decision down the road.MR. ADRIANO: Next question, please.QUESTIONER: You say you're going to be disbursing immediately $114 million. Since the government is basically a nation in collapse right now, with no government buildings or few of them, and the government barely being able to operate, how is this going to work? Can you tell me how they're planning on getting this economy up and running, how they disburse this money to the banks and so on, just to give us sort of an idea of how it's going to be done?MS. DELノCHAT : Well, first on the government, I think we really had to commend authorities for really trying very hard to get back on their feet. There's a crisis committee chaired by the prime minister and with other key ministers. The minister of finance has started to regroup and operate in various locations. The central bank is actually in the best shape of all. They are able to operate. They have reopened last week, and the banks have reopened this weekend.They're ready to receive the money, and then they will do a number of things with it. First, it will clearly be used to import urgently needed equipment. So, for example, to operate again, as you said, the government will need more computers, telecommunications equipment and the like.Down the road, they will need to import for reconstructing schools and hospitals. Ninety percent of the schools of the country have been destroyed. And also from an economic management perspective, once imports start going again, the government expects a surge in the demand for foreign exchange. So it's critical that they have enough foreign exchange in reserves to be able to manage big spikes which would translate otherwise in very high inflation.QUESTIONER: I'm sorry, if I could just have a follow-up on the third. How does an economy like this, how long would you estimate for it to recover? I know there's a needs assessment going to be done by the Bank and the Fund and other U.N. agencies. But how long could you, in your mind as you've seen the damage -- probably not yourself but probably compared to other disasters like this -- how long can you see an economy like this taking, getting back on its feet, and what measures are needed for that?MS. DELノCHAT: Yes, thank you. That's a very good question. I think you know the prime minister said in Montreal, and I would agree with his assessment on the ballpark, that the earthquake set Haiti back at least four or five years, and with that all the slow progress that was achieved in different areas.Now how long does it take to get back there? it clearly will be a long-term effort to get the country on the sustainable development path, which is what the international community is committed to do. But if the reconstruction plan is smart, you can, rebuild better and start on the right foot with doing things in a different way that would allow you not to have to go back all the way,.So the government has a fairly clear idea of what needs to be done. As days go by, we're learning more about the extent of the damage but also what's been rescued. So, for example, we heard today that 80 percent of the capacity of the textile plants around Port-au-Prince is actually operating, is actually safe. We thought before that they might all have been destroyed, and this is 90 percent of the country's exports. So this was a very good news which means when the port is operational again fully, then exports can resume.There's a lot of regions that are not affected by the earthquake and big movements of population to these regions. What is critical is not to try to rebuild the capital where it was, and put all the effort there, but, as the authorities and others have said, to spread economic opportunities throughout the country. And then that will give you a more balanced model of development for the country.The north is untouched. The Royal Caribbean Cruises are still coming every week with 6,000 tourists. Putting some of the efforts into developing that region and the infrastructure would help it get going without really a need for the center. So this is the example we need to follow for other parts of the country as well.QUESTIONER: I'm sorry. Can you repeat? Did you say 80 percent of the textile capacity is still there?MS. DELノCHAT: Yes.QUESTIONER: Eighty percent, so most of the factories were not destroyed?MS. DELノCHAT: Right. All the textile plants, except one which is near the Dominican Republic, are around Port-au-Prince. Out of the ones around Port-au-Prince, I heard this morning from the governor of the central bank that 80 percent are okay.QUESTIONER: Yes, I have a question regarding the needs assessment. What is the IMF's role going to be in that part? Is it specifically looking at certain specifics on the economy or can you just follow up on that?MS. DELノCHAT: Yes, thank you very much. We really clearly want to be very much involved in that, now the needs assessment will be in different stages with different missions. It's coordinated by the United Nations and the World Bank and then other technical U.N. agencies. So the first mission will be a mission to assess damages to infrastructure, and there they will need engineers and the like to be able to cost the damages.The second part will be more an economic assessment. So we're ready to take an active role in translating the data we're getting into a macroeconomic framework and an estimate of overall financing needs, et cetera. That will be the anchor for the donor conference in New York and then for the future donor support.I must add that we've been working with the authorities from day one on helping them restore that basic capacity we're talking about. So we've been in close contact with them in our areas of expertise which is revenue and payroll and payment system, to see and advise on an ongoing basis.QUESTIONER: Right now, the government is not getting any revenue, correct? That's quite hard.MS. DELノCHAT: Well, the tax administration was decapitated. I mean literally. The director died when the building collapsed. They managed to salvage a server, but a lot of records, were on paper in the building.On the customs side, the system is computerized in decentralizing the customs offices. But, no, you're right, 80 percent, 85 percent of total revenue is collected around the capital from the largest enterprises. So you need to restart businesses and then give people an income before you can collect taxes. Even in the provinces with the influx of people from the city, there will be pressure on families who are depending on their earnings to start with, right.QUESTIONER: Right. You just said all documentation and records and so on have been destroyed. You know. So how does one rebuild from that?MS. DELノCHAT: Well, we don't know exactly the extent of the damage. We've been coordinating with our colleagues at U.S. Treasury and the World Bank, and they've already sent experts to help the authorities assess the damage and salvage as much data as they can. So I can't tell you exactly what the implication is, and they may have salvaged enough to operate, but there will be issues, clearly.QUESTIONER: I wanted a little more clarification on the textile plants. When you say that there is 80 percent of the textile plant capacity around Port-au-Prince is operating, do you mean just barely functioning? Are they fully operating?MS. DELノCHAT: I don't know the details. I mean I'm not an expert, and then I heard that from, again, the governor of the central bank this morning. So I'm just relaying what I heard, which I thought was reassuring, but we clearly would need more details. I think that there are clear constraints in terms of energy supply and then transport and the like. So it probably doesn't mean they can reopen tomorrow.QUESTIONER: Oh, so it actually means that 80 percent of the textile capacity is capable of resuming operation.MS. DELノCHAT : Yes, yes. I would take this -- exactly. I would take that in that sense, right. They're meaning they're not flat on the ground.QUESTIONER: Right, okay. Great. Thank you very much.Thank you very much, everybody, for calling in, an