Humanitarian Health Action

From the field

World Humanitarian Day 2011 - Haiti Aid Worker Story

Response to Cholera in Belle Fontaine

A week in the life of PAHO/WHO Haiti office

May 2010--Nothing compares to the rhythm and energy of a work week...

Moving to a new phase

22 March 2010--To build something better than before ...

Aid in a box

12 March 2010--Radiology is the backbone of medicine ...

Overcoming adversity: Haitians deal with disabilities

12 March 2010--Sadly, both suffered serious injuries...

Didier: Helping Haiti meet health needs

4 March 2010--What impressed me was seeing a population taking charge of itself...

Nutrition aid offers hope for thousands in Haiti

25 February 2010--I am grateful for the biscuits and for the food.

A day at PROMESS

5 February 2010--My main goal is to ensure the donations match ...

Fueling the health response: Ian PAHO/WHO

29 January 2010--The director was all smiles when we arrived with…

Environmental health in Haiti: Olivia, WHO

25 January 2010--Environmental health activities are a crucial...

Your Questions on Haiti Answered by Dominic, Operations Director

22 January 2010--Why did it take so long to get the aid...

Blogs from the field in Haiti: Susan, Concern Worldwide

Blogs from the field in Haiti - Susan, Concern Worldwide

22 January 2010--Standing patiently in the queue at our water distribution...

The first moments after the earthquake by Dr. Henriette Chamouillet

16 January 2010--I have felt earthquakes before, but I have never ...

Share your stories from Haiti

Submit your stories related to the on-going relief efforts in Haiti. How are people saving lives and healing the sick? What are the health challenges? What more is needed? Haiti's earthquake has left no one unaffected in the Caribbean island. Tens of thousands have been killed and many more injured. And millions of people are having to live through yet another crisis in this impoverished country.