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    GIEWS Update - The Republic of Haiti
    Food insecurity severely deteriorating in southern parts of the country
    2021
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    A 7.2-magnitude earthquake and a tropical depression have caused losses of lives and severe damages to infrastructure in Sud, Grand’Anse, Nippes and Sud-Est departments. The food insecurity situation, which has been steadily worsening since 2018 amid the economic downturn and socio-political turmoil, has deteriorated significantly due to losses of livelihoods caused by the natural disasters. In the four affected departments, about 980 000 people are estimated to be severely food insecure between September 2021 and February 2022, about 45 percent of the local population. It is also likely that stored crops have been lost, while the 2021 second season maize and bean crops have been affected by flooding and landslides.
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    The Republic of Honduras | Urgent call for assistance
    Hurricanes Eta and Iota
    2020
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    Hurricanes Eta and Iota are the most severe natural hazards that have hit Honduras in more than 20 years. Early November, Category 4 Hurricane Eta started bringing torrential rains and winds as strong as 275 km/h in northern Honduras. During its slow three-day journey over Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, Eta downgraded to a tropical storm and then onto a tropical depression, with heavy rains in much of Honduras and causing river levels to rise, flooding and landslides across the country. On 16 November 2020, Category 5 Hurricane Iota made landfall, which went from being a major storm to a tropical depression following almost the same path as Eta. Hurricane Iota caused even more flooding and wind damage, affecting already vulnerable communities following the passage of Eta, further aggravating humanitarian needs and food insecurity. In a country where 1.65 million people were facing acute food insecurity at crisis or worse levels, the impact of the hurricanes is likely to have increased the number of people in IPC Phase 3+. This is linked to the sudden decrease in food access and availability, labour, loss of productive assets and crops, damage in production areas, supply and the depletion of food reserves. The livelihoods of rural populations are devastated and the situation is threatening the most vulnerable population groups, who experience higher constraints in accessing food, and will face a rapid deterioration of their food security and nutrition, forcing them to adopt negative coping mechanisms.
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    Mise à jour SMIAR - La République d’Haïti
    Grave détérioration de l’insécurité alimentaire dans le sud du pays
    2021
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    Un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 7,2 et une dépression tropicale ont causé des pertes de vies humaines et de graves dommages aux infrastructures dans les déparements du Sud, de Grand'Anse, de Nippes et du Sud-Est. L'insécurité alimentaire, qui n'a cessé de se dégrader depuis 2018 en raison de la récession économique et des troubles socio-politiques qui agitent le pays, s'est considérablement détériorée sous l’effet des pertes de moyens de subsistance causées par les catastrophes naturelles. Dans les quatre départements touchés, selon les estimations, environ 980 000 personnes devraient se trouver en situation de grave insécurité alimentaire entre septembre 2021 et février 2022, environ 45 pour cent de la population locale. Par ailleurs, les cultures stockées ont été probablement perdues, alors que les cultures de maïs et de haricot de la deuxième campagne de 2021 ont été compromises par des inondations et des glissements de terrain.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    GIEWS Update - The Republic of Haiti
    Food insecurity severely deteriorating in southern parts of the country
    2021
    Also available in:

    A 7.2-magnitude earthquake and a tropical depression have caused losses of lives and severe damages to infrastructure in Sud, Grand’Anse, Nippes and Sud-Est departments. The food insecurity situation, which has been steadily worsening since 2018 amid the economic downturn and socio-political turmoil, has deteriorated significantly due to losses of livelihoods caused by the natural disasters. In the four affected departments, about 980 000 people are estimated to be severely food insecure between September 2021 and February 2022, about 45 percent of the local population. It is also likely that stored crops have been lost, while the 2021 second season maize and bean crops have been affected by flooding and landslides.
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    The Republic of Honduras | Urgent call for assistance
    Hurricanes Eta and Iota
    2020
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    Hurricanes Eta and Iota are the most severe natural hazards that have hit Honduras in more than 20 years. Early November, Category 4 Hurricane Eta started bringing torrential rains and winds as strong as 275 km/h in northern Honduras. During its slow three-day journey over Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, Eta downgraded to a tropical storm and then onto a tropical depression, with heavy rains in much of Honduras and causing river levels to rise, flooding and landslides across the country. On 16 November 2020, Category 5 Hurricane Iota made landfall, which went from being a major storm to a tropical depression following almost the same path as Eta. Hurricane Iota caused even more flooding and wind damage, affecting already vulnerable communities following the passage of Eta, further aggravating humanitarian needs and food insecurity. In a country where 1.65 million people were facing acute food insecurity at crisis or worse levels, the impact of the hurricanes is likely to have increased the number of people in IPC Phase 3+. This is linked to the sudden decrease in food access and availability, labour, loss of productive assets and crops, damage in production areas, supply and the depletion of food reserves. The livelihoods of rural populations are devastated and the situation is threatening the most vulnerable population groups, who experience higher constraints in accessing food, and will face a rapid deterioration of their food security and nutrition, forcing them to adopt negative coping mechanisms.
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    Newsletter
    Mise à jour SMIAR - La République d’Haïti
    Grave détérioration de l’insécurité alimentaire dans le sud du pays
    2021
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    Un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 7,2 et une dépression tropicale ont causé des pertes de vies humaines et de graves dommages aux infrastructures dans les déparements du Sud, de Grand'Anse, de Nippes et du Sud-Est. L'insécurité alimentaire, qui n'a cessé de se dégrader depuis 2018 en raison de la récession économique et des troubles socio-politiques qui agitent le pays, s'est considérablement détériorée sous l’effet des pertes de moyens de subsistance causées par les catastrophes naturelles. Dans les quatre départements touchés, selon les estimations, environ 980 000 personnes devraient se trouver en situation de grave insécurité alimentaire entre septembre 2021 et février 2022, environ 45 pour cent de la population locale. Par ailleurs, les cultures stockées ont été probablement perdues, alors que les cultures de maïs et de haricot de la deuxième campagne de 2021 ont été compromises par des inondations et des glissements de terrain.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    GIEWS Update - The Republic of Haiti
    Food insecurity severely deteriorating in southern parts of the country
    2021
    Also available in:

    A 7.2-magnitude earthquake and a tropical depression have caused losses of lives and severe damages to infrastructure in Sud, Grand’Anse, Nippes and Sud-Est departments. The food insecurity situation, which has been steadily worsening since 2018 amid the economic downturn and socio-political turmoil, has deteriorated significantly due to losses of livelihoods caused by the natural disasters. In the four affected departments, about 980 000 people are estimated to be severely food insecure between September 2021 and February 2022, about 45 percent of the local population. It is also likely that stored crops have been lost, while the 2021 second season maize and bean crops have been affected by flooding and landslides.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    The Republic of Honduras | Urgent call for assistance
    Hurricanes Eta and Iota
    2020
    Also available in:

    Hurricanes Eta and Iota are the most severe natural hazards that have hit Honduras in more than 20 years. Early November, Category 4 Hurricane Eta started bringing torrential rains and winds as strong as 275 km/h in northern Honduras. During its slow three-day journey over Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, Eta downgraded to a tropical storm and then onto a tropical depression, with heavy rains in much of Honduras and causing river levels to rise, flooding and landslides across the country. On 16 November 2020, Category 5 Hurricane Iota made landfall, which went from being a major storm to a tropical depression following almost the same path as Eta. Hurricane Iota caused even more flooding and wind damage, affecting already vulnerable communities following the passage of Eta, further aggravating humanitarian needs and food insecurity. In a country where 1.65 million people were facing acute food insecurity at crisis or worse levels, the impact of the hurricanes is likely to have increased the number of people in IPC Phase 3+. This is linked to the sudden decrease in food access and availability, labour, loss of productive assets and crops, damage in production areas, supply and the depletion of food reserves. The livelihoods of rural populations are devastated and the situation is threatening the most vulnerable population groups, who experience higher constraints in accessing food, and will face a rapid deterioration of their food security and nutrition, forcing them to adopt negative coping mechanisms.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    Mise à jour SMIAR - La République d’Haïti
    Grave détérioration de l’insécurité alimentaire dans le sud du pays
    2021
    Also available in:

    Un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 7,2 et une dépression tropicale ont causé des pertes de vies humaines et de graves dommages aux infrastructures dans les déparements du Sud, de Grand'Anse, de Nippes et du Sud-Est. L'insécurité alimentaire, qui n'a cessé de se dégrader depuis 2018 en raison de la récession économique et des troubles socio-politiques qui agitent le pays, s'est considérablement détériorée sous l’effet des pertes de moyens de subsistance causées par les catastrophes naturelles. Dans les quatre départements touchés, selon les estimations, environ 980 000 personnes devraient se trouver en situation de grave insécurité alimentaire entre septembre 2021 et février 2022, environ 45 pour cent de la population locale. Par ailleurs, les cultures stockées ont été probablement perdues, alors que les cultures de maïs et de haricot de la deuxième campagne de 2021 ont été compromises par des inondations et des glissements de terrain.

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