Haitian Government, U.N., Partner Organizations Launch 2-Year, $291M Plan To Save Lives, Improve Resiliency
U.N. News Centre: Haitian Government, U.N., and partners launch two-year plan aimed at saving lives, building resilience
“The United Nations together with relief organizations in Haiti have launched a two-year, $291 million response plan with the government to reach more than 2.4 million people across the island that was struck by a devastating hurricane last October. … Under the plan, humanitarian interventions with a focus on improving access to lifesaving services to those affected by Hurricane Matthew, cholera, and other diseases, as well as on protecting the most vulnerable, will be scaled up. At the same time, actions to promote resilience and access to durable solutions will be implemented…” (2/7).
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