Started on May 22, the rapid assessments of the post-earthquake buildings of October 2018 ended in the Artibonite Department and in the North West. To date, 21,012 assessed buildings represent a population of over 93,794 affected people, the majority of whom continue to live in heavily damaged and high-risk homes. More than 1,800 houses marked in red are declared by the MTPTC engineers completely inaccessible because of the damage caused by the earthquake and require a rapid reconstruction to meet the urgent need of about 8,643 people who remain without a shelter considered appropriate. Nearly 8,200 yellow labeled homes are damaged and require repair. 3,253 houses remain closed and inaccessible. 7,744 houses marked in green are unaffected and remain habitable. Women represent 52%, men 48% and the number of children living in these houses is 40,902 representing 44% of the affected population. Obviously, the vulnerability of this population will worsen with a crisis situation due to a natural disaster.