Hurricane Matthew Devastation in Haiti
Health needs are immense in Haiti, with a weak health system that was further weakened after the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew at the end of 2016.

We continue to respond to urgent needs wherever possible, but greater investment is required by the Haitian government and international donors to meet the growing demand.

In Haiti, sexual violence is a neglected medical emergency and the number of cases is greatly underestimated in official statistics.

We provide emergency medical care to victims of sexual and gender-based violence, and are working to improve the availability of services in this field and raise community awareness. We emphasise in particular the need for victims to seek medical care within 72 hours of being attacked.

 
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MSF continues to scale up activities in Haiti amidst enormous levels of injuries

Project Update 17 Jan 2010
 
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MSF demands deployment of lifesaving medical equipment given priority.

Press Release 17 Jan 2010
 
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Race against time in Haiti to meet severe needs brings expanding surgical scope

Project Update 15 Jan 2010
 
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Makeshift medical facilities treat wounded but transport infrastructure slows essential supplies and staff

Project Update 15 Jan 2010
 
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MSF readying temporary facilities to treat large medical demands after quake

Project Update 14 Jan 2010
 
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MSF aid worker rescued from Haiti rubble after almost 24 hours

Project Update 14 Jan 2010
 
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MSF creates tent medical facilities in post-quake Haiti

Project Update 13 Jan 2010
 
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Hundreds injured and serious damage to medical facilities after Haiti earthquake

Project Update 13 Jan 2010
 
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At Haiti's cholera outbreak, treatment continues and assessments underway in north

Project Update 11 Jan 2010
 
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Haiti's public health system failing patients

Press Release 14 Apr 2009
 
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MSF providing aid at school collapse in Haiti

Project Update 10 Nov 2008
 
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Pregnant women desperate for free emergency obstetric care in Haiti

Press Release 7 Nov 2008