(MENAFN – Caribbean News Now) By Caribbean News Contributor
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The present situation in Haiti is not encouraging. The effects of the effects of corruption and corruption, the effects of Haiti's vulnerability in the face of climate change, aggravates existing threats to healthcare, peace and security;
The European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) factsheet on Haiti, updated May 21, 2019 reads, 'Acute food insecurity and malnutrition, epidemics , Haiti, Haiti, Haiti, Haiti, Haiti, Haiti, Haiti, Haiti which 2.6 million people require urgent food and nutritional assistance. The prevalence of acute malnutrition among children under five years of age, and the World Health Organization (WHO) emergency levels in several locations, including the North-West department.
'More than two years after Hurricane Matthew struck the Haitian coasts, more than 140 000 households still lack access to seismic-resistant homes and shelters and remain highly vulnerable to future disasters. Humanitarian needs persist in internally displaced camps set up after the 2010 earthquake. Around 37,500 Haitians are still sheltered in camps, where access to water and basic services remains limited.
Peasant and former deputy Paul Andre Garconnet told Prensa Latina that they have done so since 1986 to date that Haiti could produce rice
Garconnet operates an agroecological plot in the vicinity of the Artibonite Valley, one of Haiti's most important rice-producing areas, said that a bunch of the Haitian peasantry produce in the Dominican
'We currently have a starvation peasantry that does not have the capacity to boost its own lives and the lives of organizations, but it is part of the government's strategies,' he said.
Nonetheless, ECHO factsheet illustrates:
'Haiti is the largest beneficiary of the European Commission's humanitarian aid in Latin America and the Caribbean, with € 404 mill ion provided since 1994. The earthquake and several major hurricanes. The EU also helps tackle the cholera epidemic, droughts, and the migration crisis, while strengthening local capacities to prepare for, and respond to, natural and epidemic hazards.
'In 2019, the EU will invest $ 3 million in disaster Preparedness and assistance in the preparedness of the United Nations (1965-2009) 'In 2018, the EU invested $ 3.4 million in preparedness, including sanitation and hygiene (WASH) preparedness, rapid response capacity, disaster-resistant shelter techniques and drought preparedness. An additional € 12 million were mobilized to respond to the need for food and shelter, and to increase the number of people in need of care.
'In 2016 and 2017, almost $ 20 million most affected by Hurricane Matthew, ranging from food to shelter, livelihood, water, nutrition, and education. Since 2014, € 49 million has been allocated to the food supply and the supply of safe water.
'After the 2010 earthquake, the EU provided shelter, safe drinking water, healthcare, food and protection to five million people. $ 52.7 million addressed to cholera outbreak, targeting close to three million people. “
Lawyers Without Borders Canada (LWBC), in collaboration with the Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development (INURED), recently made public study
The epidemic, which had devastating health, social and economic consequences in the country following the 2010 earthquake, has so far nearly 10,000 people, while more than 820,000 people have been infected.  We have daily basis, illegal migration attempts to the United States via the maritime domain continues in 'unsafe and unseaworthy vessels' according to Captain Aldante Vinciguerra, Coast Guard 7th District chief of response.
A total of approximately 4,567 migrants have attempted to illegally enter the US via the maritime environment since October 1, the beginning of the 2019 fiscal year, compared to 4,302 migrants in the fiscal year 2018.