Earthquake in Haiti - January 2010

On 12 January 2010, a powerful 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti—causing massive loss of life, catastrophic building damage, and unimaginable human suffering. The Government of Haiti estimates 220,000 people lost their lives and over 300,000 people were injured. The earthquake crippled Haiti’s infrastructure, as key buildings, such as the Presidential Palace, the Parliament, the Ministry of Health (MSPP), and other government ministries collapsed. Eight hospitals were totally destroyed and 22 seriously damaged in the three regions most affected by the Earthquake (Ouest, Nippes, Sud-Est).

Haiti: One Year After the Earthquake - January 2011

Previous PAHO/WHO Situation Reports

Haiti Health Cluster Bulletins