Scholastica Madowo, UNICEF Global Staff Association Chairperson visited Haiti Country office from April 11 to April 13th. We took the opportunity to ask her a few questions at the end of her visit.
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Six months after the devastating landfall of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, Abner Dorvil, emergency officer, returns to the site. More than 2 million people were affected by the disaster, including 900,000 children. Abner was the first member of the UNICEF Haiti office to reach, not without difficulties, one of the most affected departments, Grand ‘Anse and to put in place the first responses to help children and their families.
School cleanliness is achieved through hygiene and health clubs. Meet the guardians of hygiene and health in the Artibonite department.
Today like any other day, we celebrate Girls and Women’s rights. Girls and Women’s empowerment will make Haiti stronger! Our young heroines show us the path…
Shaina, a 6-month-old malnourished baby, regains her strength and her smile in Port-au-Prince in a clinic supported by UNICEF. See how.
In Jérémie, our next field mission, we meet children who shared the stories of their daily life and their history with us. Today, Guerlin presents you his favorite toy – a homemade “tabourette”.
No money, no care. Because of a lack of money, and therefore a lack of care, many premature babies are condemned and their parents are left feeling destitute. Fortunately, in some public hospitals premature babies are cared for by neonatal professionals and the families receive counselling and psychological support.
Today we’ll take you to the Grand’Anse department to visit two acute diarrhea treatment centers (ADTC) with our UNICEF Emergency-Cholera and Monitoring-Evaluation specialists. This will give you the opportunity to meet young patients who only have one wish, to recover quickly so that they can get back to playing with their friends and return to school.
UNICEF supports early detection and management of acute malnutrition in the departments most affected by Hurricane Matthew. Join us as at a screening session with our partner, the Foundation for the Development and Support of the Haitian Family.