UN lunched $674M relief plan for Haiti 


Anjali Sharma

GG News Bureau
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric on Tuesday told reporters in New York that the UN, Government and partners have launched a $674 million plan to meet humanitarian needs in Haiti this year.

Mr. Dujarric told reporters that the plan seeks to provide food, shelter, health, education and protection services for 3.6 million people.

He said it comes against the backdrop of a serious protection crisis for millions in Haiti.

In 2023, Haiti saw the highest number of murders, kidnappings, lynchings and sexual assaults in the last five years.

UN estimated that 1 in 2 Haitians are food insecure, and basic services are on the verge of collapse.

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