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Haiti Earthquake, January 2010

Deployment Details

A MapAction team left the UK the day after the earthquake struck and is working in Port-au-Prince to support relief coordination. Their maps have been crucial during the search and rescue phase on the ground. They are now creating a shared operational picture for relief deliveries.

Reference and Orientation (33)
Situation and Damage (2)
Who-What-Where (3)
Population Baseline (1)
Affected Population (1)
Search & Rescue / Evacuation Planning (16)
Emergency Shelter (3)

Deployment Diary

19 Jan 2010

A week into the emergency and the team is continuing to work flat out. The initial group of 4 led by Emese Csete has been reinforced this morning by 3 more volunteers who have flown in via Dominican R

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16 Jan 2010

The team got into Port-au-Prince at the third attempt, on Friday morning. They had been preparing base mapping en route so were able to hit the ground running.While the team in Haiti works closely at

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14 Jan 2010

It's now 48 hours since the earthquake. A team of four MapAction staff and volunteers was mobilised within hours of the quake, and provided with seats on a UK Government (DFID) charter flight from Lon

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Latest Maps

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites in Port-au-Prince

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites in Port-au-Prince
  • Date: 06 February 2010
  • Source: MapAction
  • Status: New

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 1

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 1
  • Date: 05 February 2010
  • Source: MapAction
  • Status: Update

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 2

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 2
  • Date: 05 February 2010
  • Source: MapAction
  • Status: Update

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 3

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 3
  • Date: 05 February 2010
  • Source: MapAction
  • Status: Update

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 4

Haiti: Medical Facilities and Sites Map 4
  • Date: 05 February 2010
  • Source: MapAction
  • Status: Update