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Guatemala 12/16/2014

Cold front (update). Due to the very low temperatures, more than 2000 people have been assisted in shelters in Guatemala between November and December. Official sources reported on Monday that this is affecting mainly populations of the west of the country. (m.: NOTICIAS.TERRA).

Guatemala 12/16/2014

Cold front (update). Due to the very low temperatures, more than 2000 people have been assisted in shelters in Guatemala between November and December. Official sources reported on Monday that this is affecting mainly populations of the west of the country. (m.: NOTICIAS.TERRA).



Health Situation Update: Nine Months after the Earthquake in Haiti

The highlights of the new report prepared by PAHO/WHO are the prevention of major disease outbreaks; updates from the PAHO/WHO field offices in Leogane, Jacmel, and Port-de-Paix/Cap-Haitien; the establishment of a National Sentinel Surveillance System and an Internally Displaced Persons Surveillance System; hands-on training in the health sector; and the provision of free medicines and medical supplies through PROMESS.

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