Multisectoral Earthquake Emergency Assistance to affected communities in Grand Anse
More than 3 months after the devastating earthquake hit Haiti, half of affected communities continue to struggle with the quake’s multi-faceted impact and still require urgent and immediate assistance to address growing needs related to shelter, food, safe and clean water and sanitation; and protection services.
Provide a multisectoral emergency and early recovery assistance to poor and vulnerable earthquake-affected households in 3 of the most affected communes in Grand Anse.
Increase access to safe and clean water and hygiene kits and information for waterborne diseases prevention, including Covid-19, and protection services amongst households headed by women in at least 10 communities affected by the 14 August 2021 earthquake.
The distribution of Hygiene Kits/Vouchers to help households meet their urgent hygiene and safe and clean water needs.
Awareness raising and sensitization on good hygiene behaviours and practices to prevent and limit waterborne diseases and risks of community COVID-19 infection alongside the distribution of hygiene kit/voucher distributions.
The installation of communal safe water treatment and distribution facilities to ensure households have access to adequate supply/quantity of safe and clean water for their daily consumption needs.