06 January, humanitarian operations in Grand’Anse and Sud were
either temporally suspended or limited in relation with the arrest
of senator-elect Guy Philippe and the demonstrations and road blocks
that followed. This week, activities have fully resumed in Sud and
slowly in Grand’Anse.
As part of a Technical
Assistance Project for Agricultural Assistance and in preparation
for the Spring Campaign, FAO signed with the Ministry of Agriculture
a seed donation agreement of 500,000 US dollars.
IOM, JPHRO and IDETTE are
addressing the need of 112 families that were evicted on Tuesday 10
January from the CUC School in Jeremie.
The World Bank started to
distribute hot meals in Grand’Anse, Sud and Nippes for a total of
20,000 pupils in support to the resumption of schools.