The 2017 is about to come to an end, it has been a year rich in intervention for UNICEF Haiti. We have supported the actions of the Government of Haiti and reinforcing its capacities in the areas that have been linked to survival and development of the children. Our actions are guided by our mandate […]
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Entries by Marc Vincent
One year after Matthew passed over the country and ravaged the South and Grand’Anse, the affected people are still healing their wounds. But there are also visible signs that life is trying to resume its course
The editorial of Marc Vincent, UNICEF Representative in Haiti on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of UNICEF. ”Today, we are closer than ever to Haitian children.”
20th September 2016, as United Nations Secretary General announces ‘’a new approach to ease the plight and better the lives of Haitians people’’ in his opening address to the United Nations General Assembly, Marc Vincent UNICEF ‘s Representative in Haiti gives an update on the situation on the field.
Talking about breastfeeding is to explain its benefits and how it can save children’s lives. Together we can enhance advocacy so that all families, even in the most remote places, are aware of the benefits of breastfeeding.
What is the situation of children? It’s a question worth asking. And the launch of UNICEF 2016 report ‘The State of the World’s Children’ ‘is a good opportunity to ask it. This year, the title of the report ” A fair chance for every child ”, challenges us on the extent of work to do. This report focuses on the major challenges without forgetting to highlight progress.
A pivotal and important year in the well-being and child survival is ending. In accordance with our mission, at UNICEF, we supported, along with the Haitian government and our key partners, a lot of activities that aim the welfare, development and survival of the child.
It would be impossible to summarize all the actions of UNICEF during this year, as we were on all fronts, however it should be noted the largest and most notable.
UNICEF Haiti’s team and all its partners are happy to release the national study on informal foster care and child domestic work in Haiti. Find the editorial of Marc Vincent, UNICEF Haiti’s Representative.
Since 1 January 2015 it is estimated that cholera has killed 185 people in Haiti until 19th September 2015. Children, women and men whose death could have been avoided. Today more than ever before it is crucial to maintain and increase our efforts to move towards the control and elimination of cholera in Haiti.