While tensions remain, the situation continues to deteriorate for the majority of Haitians who have limited access to health services, school, food and fuel. Hospitals are in short supply of staff and medicine. The fuel shortage and the inability to replenish medical supplies are the main concerns.
The unrest is also severely affected by the severity of the adverse effects of food insecurity. Deliveries of food to schools in southern Haiti are affected after national roads were blocked. Cash transfers to some 37,000 people in Grand'Anse, Artibonite and other areas have also been postponed. With schools closed, children and young Haitians in the field of education
DG ECHO continues to closely monitor the situation.