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 Dènye rapô NasyonZini sou sitiyasyon an Ayiti.

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Se pou nou li byen pou nou rann nou kont ke bagay yo grav nèt.
Se pa lè pou fè politik ni magouy.
Nou pa kapab kite peyi a mouri.
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PrintSource: United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)
Date: 30 Sep 2008


- Four storms – Fay, Gustav, Hanna and Ike – hit Haiti one after the other from end of August until early September, leaving vast areas of the country under water. The storms struck all 10 of Haiti's regions.

- Homes have been damaged, livelihoods and crops destroyed, and the entire road system – including seven of the mountainous country's key bridges – has been severely damaged.

- Storm victims are facing unbearable conditions, including a lack of shelter and sanitation.

- The port city of Gonaives is the site of the heaviest damage and for a long time was accessible only by air and ship. Access is no longer an issue as the water has gone down in most parts of the city. It is now accessible by road from Port au Prince.

- An estimated one million people are homeless. In the worst affected areas there is a real danger of riots and disease outbreak, such as tetanus and malaria. [WHO has confirmed cases of tetanus, typhoid and other infectious diseases in Gonaives.]

- There are still a critical number of people living in shelters, around 50,000.

- According to the National Committee for Food Security (French acronym: CNSA) 30% of the rice crop was wiped out by the storms and floods in addition to 20% of the banana crop. If we include maize, beans and wheat, the number is much higher, leading to a total agricultural loss estimate of 70% (Some Haitian government members have put the figure even higher). This destroys WFP's plans to purchase rice from Haitian farmers.

- US$100 million of crops have been destroyed; Haiti's progress has been set back six years (Source: Preval).

- USAID announced on 25/9 a $2 million investment fund ("Haiti Diaspora Investment Challenge Facility") to assist Haitian diaspora able and willing to partner with Haiti's private sector to create jobs (applications up to $100,000). On 24/9, US House of Reps approved $100 million for hurricane relief and reconstruction for Haiti and other Caribbean nations.

- The hurricane season in Haiti does not end until November.

WFP Emergency Response

- WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran visited Haiti on September 26-27 and called on donor nations to fully fund urgent hunger needs and infrastructure rehabilitation in Haiti.

- WFP has supplied enough food to feed more than 514,000 people, including 320,000 in Gonaives.

- WFP has distributed 2,646 MT of rice, dried beans, vegetable oil, corn soya blend and high energy biscuits.

- WFP is currently delivering an average of 90 MT of food a day by road and sea to the Gonaives. On Friday, 605 MT of food was sent by sea to Gonaives.

- WFP is ready to start operations with a 200 MT landing craft that will arrive in Gonaives this week and from there start delivering food to those in coastal areas still not accessible any other way.

- WFP has delivered by helicopter some 7.2 MT of food commodities to Cazale, in partnership with local authorities. Distribution of enough food for 15 days is planned for some 2820 beneficiaries. The community of Cazale, in the West department has been inaccessible by road since the storms and hurricanes. A helicopter also delivered some 9.2MT of food commodities to Passecatabois for 2820 people, enough for 15 days.

- WFP is working closely with the government, sister UN agencies, donors and NGOs, including Caritas and Yele Haiti, to distribute aid.

- WFP coordinates all humanitarian logistics requirements in Haiti, as the lead agency in the Logistics Cluster.

- WFP has contracted four helicopters. WFP now has two operational helicopters with a third due to be operational this week.

- During the initial stages of the operation, the US and Canadian military Spanish Agency for International Cooperation assisted WFP with transportation needs

- The US Military has provided landing craft and heavy-lift helicopters to ensure a critical lifeline between Port-au-Prince and Gonaïves and other affected areas (ensuring a daily dispatch of 100MT of food).

- The Canadian naval frigate St John carried 330MT of food in three trips to the worst-affected communities in the South and South Eastern Departments.

- The Norwegian Red Cross has donated 20 6x6 off road trucks, small military vehicles that can navigate any terrain; the trucks are being shipped from Europe and will arrive in one month.

- The last night-time distribution in Gonaives took place on 22 September.

Resourcing

- WFP is appealing for US$54 million over the next 6 months to respond to the food needs of 800,000 people.

- This is part of a UN Flash Appeal for assistance to 800,000 people for 6 months launched on September 11. Total value $ 107 million:

Food: $ 34.3 million;

Logistics: $17.7 million - lease of 4 helicopters and a fleet of 6X6 trucks and a ship;

Telecoms: $ 0.7 million

- In response to the $54 million Flash Appeal, WFP received a US$905,000 donation for air operations so far from ECHO.

- WFP will run out of food as early as November, if distributions can be undertaken as planned. It takes at least three months to procure and ship food to Haiti.

- Through a combination of interventions WFP Haiti plans to assist up to 1.9 million persons during the next 6 months.

- Total EMMA allocations to Haiti: $41.6 million.

- Total resources contributed to Haiti (all operations) since 1 January: $70 million.

WFP in Haiti

- Present in Haiti since 1969.

- Runs extensive school feeding, food-for-work and other programmes for vulnerable people in Haiti. Before the crisis, had a $US123.9 million PRRO targeting 2.3 million people.

- Programme to assist HIV/AIDS affected people rose from 217,000 in April to more than 300,000 in June.

- Put in place food/cash for work programmes to support the improvement of rural infrastructure and of secondary and tertiary road networks (will assist 100,000 people)

- Has 143 local employees (of which 33 international).

Haiti and high food prices

- The hurricanes came when Haitians were still reeling from food and fuel price hikes. This global food crisis hit Haiti particularly hard because it imports more than 50% of its food and 80% of its rice.

- The price of imported rice increased by over 60 percent from October 2007 to April 2008, while imported wheat flour increased by 73 percent, and maize by 91 percent. With the storms' severe and widespread destruction, food prices are again climbing in most areas.

- According to the Government's National Committee for Food Security, between 2.8 and 3.3 million people are going to bed hungry every night.

- Haiti's primary crops include rice, beans and manioc (banana); Food production covers only 43 percent of the population's needs (imports cover 52 percent and food aid 5 percent).

- WFP is about to do some small scale local procurement of imported rice (local supplies from the recent harvest were destroyed by the storms).

- Previous local procurement involved a partnership between WFP and the French Embassy by which the latter bought rice, maize and beans from small farmers organisations and donated it in kind (full cost recovery) to WFP projects in Haiti. Local procurement history:

923 MT for 2008 (with an under negotiation contribution for additional 800 MT)

992 MT for 2007 and 2006

60 MT in 2005

- 56% percent of the Haitian population (5.1 million) live on less than US$1 a day and 4.3 million are undernourished. 60 percent of household income goes toward food.

- About 76 % of Haitians live below the poverty line (US$2 per day).

- Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere. It is ranked 146th of 177 on the 2007 Human Development Index.

- Food production covers only 43 percent of the population's consumption needs (imports cover 52 percent and food aid 5 percent).

- Haiti is also one of the three countries with the highest daily caloric deficit per person (460 kcal/day below the daily requirement of 2,100 kcal/day), with a total of 47% of the population undernourished.

WFP School Feeding in Haiti

- Currently targeting 500,000 children in Haiti with school feeding.

- Under the PRRO, WFP was providing school meals to 400,000 children. WFP also provided take-home rations to families in the school-feeding network during summer camps (516,000 people in July and August).

- Costs WFP Haiti US$6 per month per child (US$18.3 million from Sept 2008 through February 2009 in more than 700 schools).

- WFP has had to divert food from school feeding programmes and other ongoing programmes although it will resume in those areas reachable by road when schools start again in October.

- School opening was delayed for one month. Schools may not open in Gonaives until November.

Other

- On September 13, Haitian-born performing artist Wyclef Jean and actor Matt Damon visited the towns of Gonaives and Cabaret, two of the hardest-hit regions. The stars handed out much-needed food and other emergency assistance goods.

- On September 20, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador/actress Mia Farrow went to Haiti on a five-day tour where she visited Gonaives and Cabaret to witness the destruction caused by the storms and to raise awareness of the thousands of children left homeless and hungry.


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Se pou nou li byen pou nou rann nou kont ke bagay yo grav nèt.
Se pa lè pou fè politik ni magouy. Nou pa kapab kite peyi a mouri.
Wi mon che Sasaye, Se pou nou li e gouvenman preval la li byen pou nou rann nou kont impotans assistans etranje a :

Se pa lè pou fè politik ni magouy.

Press release UN sa se repons pou Prezidan Preval kite al nan yon konferans lot bo dlo e ki retounnen semenn passe a nan lakou Haiti ki al fe tripotay di ke lajan e assistans etranje yo pa antre nan peyi a kom sa dwa e ke Ayisyen fet pou konte sou prop tet yo.

Li ta bon pou gouvenman Preval ak tout mamb Paleman la li rapo sa ki byen detaye travay ke UN World Food Program ap fe nan peyi a..

Ti Ayisyen kap di ke yopa bezwen manje blan, se prodiktyon natyonal pou nou develope.

Wi fok nou fe sa vre paske prodiktyon natyonal nou (diriz, maiz, pwa, banama) reprezante 43% selman pou bay pep la manje.
43% pa sifi pou bay tout pep la manje !!


43% prodiktyon natyonal sa, WFP ak ONGs yo garanti acha manje sa yo nan men peyzan e fermye ayisyen yo e OnGs itilize manje sa yo e yo ajoute plis 52% manje impote ke yo itilize nan kantinn lekol atrave peyi a.


Donk nou kap konkli ke plis nou ogmante prodiktyon natyonal nou, se plis ke WFP/ONGs yo ap garanti achte manje lokal sa yo nan men peyzan nou yo e se mwenss impotatyon manje etranje ke yap fe
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Paske WFP depanse anpil lajan pou transpotatyon manje etranje, donk si prodiktyon lokal Ayiti ogmante, lajan tranpo bato sa yo kap sevi pou achte manje lokal pito nan men peyzan ayisyen.

Pou anpil moun kap kite aktivist, liberal, natyonalist pran tet yo kap we kle konnyen la ke nou kap fe prezans ONGs yo si li byen sipervize e gen kolaboratyon gouvenman kap yon « Win Win » situation. « Yon deal gagnan gagnan » pou tout peyi a.

Gouvenman Preval fet pou kollabore avek WFP, ONGs e peyzan lokal yo.
Si prodiktyon natyonal ogmante, impotatyon manje ap oblije diminye
.


Fok Preval sispand bay UNWFP kont lang paske nou menm nan Diaspora, nou pral fe yon antre an fos nan ekonomi peyi a.

An 2009, Diaspora pral travay avek USAID e anpil lot sekte anko pou nou investi lajan nou nan developman peyi a.
Pou chak $100,000 dolla ke nap investi, USAID ap pote kole avek nou pou menm montant tou

Si gouvenman ap pedi fos opwen de vi de gestyon, se plis assistans etranje yo pral lague ko yo sou ONGs e sou oganizatyon Diaspora yo ki pare pou fonksyone nan annee 2009 ki pral vini la.

Se posib ke gouvenman Ayisyen kap vinn absolit, e inexzistan nan gestyon peyi a si yo pa fe yon jefo ak tet yon pou remonte imaj yo e retire tet yo sou list koriptyon sa ki reprezante move kredi pou peyi a.

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Yon rapo sou eta yon peyi ou byen sou eta finansye yon moun demontre kote bagay pap mache.

Alô se pou sitwayen peyi a oubyen chef de fanmi ya analize pwoblèm yo e chèche rezoud yo selon mwayen yo.

Se pou elimine kèk chaj ki two lou oubyen refinanse pwoje, oubyen vann sa k pou vann.

Se pou planifye kijan travay yo pral fèt, ak ki moun, pou l kapab dire jiskaske w finn peye l.

Se pou w fè ekonomi e ogmante kapasite e kalite pwodiksyon w pou w pa lan defisi.

Se pou chèche kisa ki lakôz pwoblèm yo pou yo pa rive ankô.

Gen yon dividal aksyon ke yon granmoun ka pran pou amelyore sitiyasyon l.

Pou oumenm, se lonje kwi.
Depi de syèk nap mande lacharite, ki kote sa mennen n?
Li ba nou repitasyon peyi ki pi pôv.
Tout tan wa p lonje kwi, wa p rete pôv fizikman e moralman.
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Denye rapo Natyon Zini an sou sitiyasyon peyi d’Ayiti montre klereman ke se yo ki gen kontrol nan sa kap fet nan peyi d’Ayiti.

Sak gen lajan se li ki gen kontrol sitiyatyon an!! Yo fe e defe, yo monte moun yo vle e desand moun yo vle.

Men jan nan tan lontan yo te konn sevi avek offisye lame konn diktate pou dirije peyi nan Lamerik Latin e Karayib la.

Nan tan modern sa se yon offisye lame ONGs ke yo chwazi kom dirijan e se konsa ke jwet la pral jwe konnyen la.

Nou pral remake yon group de ansyen employe e offisye ONGs yo kom gestyone nan plizye post nan gouvenman peyi d’Ayiti.

Se yon diplikata parfet de sak te ko fet ak ideoloji politik nan tan lontan,

pral fet konnyen la dapre ideoloji ekonomik.

Se pa ideoloji politik yon peyi ki interese nou konnyen la.

Se pa konimist China, ni sosyalist Chavez ki intrese nou jodi a.

Se pozityon ekonomik yo. Si yo gen lajan nap kolabore avek yo!

Tez sa develope nan plizye iniversite nan peyi a, e nou finn pa remake se yon nan prinsip ki pli efikas olye de fe lague tout jounen.

Peyi ki pli solid ekonomikman se yo ki pli danjere.

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