United Nations agencies Haiti hurricane death toll rose to 336 people – International – People’s net sugus

The United Nations agency: Haiti hurricane death toll rose to 336 people – International – people.com.cn original title: United Nations agencies: the Haiti hurricane death toll rose to 336 in October 8, San Jose, Xinhua (reporter Dang Qi Wang Pei) Port Au Prince news: United Nations Office for the coordination of Humanitarian Affairs announced that at 8, confirmed that the Haiti civil defense Bureau hurricane death the number has risen to 336 people, another 211 people were injured and 4 people missing. United Nations Office for the coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said that at present, some of the hardest hit areas can only rely on helicopters to participate in rescue. With the advance of disaster assessment, the death toll may rise further. More than 191 people have fled their homes in Haiti, where they live in temporary shelters for more than 6 people. Local media reports showed footage of southwestern Haiti heavy disaster devastated. The residents live in simple metal housing by the hurricane off roofs, on the ruins of hanging sheets and clothes. The village was once the residence now looks like a garbage dump, is full of dead leaves. After the flood, people are looking for is not blowing up items in the mud and garbage in the water, floating in the dead animal. The UN Central Emergency Response Fund announced that 7, $5 million fast response fund has provided aid to disaster victims in Haiti, and provide a $8 million loan financing for the United Nations Children’s fund, to help them cope with the deteriorating condition of cholera in Haiti. Earlier this month, called the strongest ten years wind? "Matthew" hit the Caribbean, strong storm ravaged Haiti, Cuba, Dominica, the Bahamas and other countries, including Haiti, the most severely affected. This is the biggest natural disaster since the Haiti earthquake in 2010. Haiti is one of the least developed countries in the world. Poverty, hurricane disaster preparedness, poor housing quality and high population density, is the main cause of the heavy casualties in Haiti. (commissioning editor: Wang Ying (Intern), Liu Jieyan)相关的主题文章:

Comments are closed.