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Much of the food aid given by the United States in the wake of the 2010 earthquake—totaling well over $100 million—is believed to have actually harmed struggling Haitian farmers, who were already trying to sell corn and rice against cheaper imports. judge declared the international organization “immune” from a lawsuit leveled against it by the country.)This week has offered another cascade of dispiriting news.
The ensuing months saw a marked increase in the number of persons getting tested for HIV, as well as patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART).Innovative mechanisms to guarantee access to combination prevention services have been put in place with ILO’s collaboration.For example, HIV services were included in the collective bargaining agreement negotiations at company level.On Wednesday, a Minnesota legislator called for a congressional hearing after an NPR/Pro Publica report asserted that the staggering $500 million raised by the Red Cross to build housing for 130,000 people had only yielded six houses following the earthquake.And a United Nations draft report obtained by the Associated Press shed light on the rampant problem of UN peacekeepers bartering relief goods for sex in Haiti.In 2016, 4732 deliveries, 25 144 prenatal visits and 4355 post-partum consultations were thus assured.
HIV prevention among young people and key populations In 2016, the Joint Team conducted awareness campaigns on HIV testing and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) programmes.
More than 225 Haitian women told investigators of having had “transactional sex” for cash or goods.
“For rural women, hunger, lack of shelter, baby care items, medication and household items were frequently cited as the ‘triggering need,’” the AP quoted the report as saying.
Hence, on 24 June 2016, 4130 people were tested for HIV during National HIV Testing Day, an initiative conducted by the Joint Team, the Ministry of Health and civil society organizations.
As a result, some 87 101 individuals are currently on ARV, which represents 57.7% of PLHIV in the country.
If anything could stand to rival the devastation of the natural disasters to strike Haiti, it would be disasters of the manmade variety.