|Reporting Organization:||Doctors of the World - Canada|
|Total Budget ($CAD):||$ 4,000,000|
|Timeframe:||April 1, 2017 - June 1, 2019|
Doctors of the World - Canada
|Haiti - $ 4,000,000.00 (100.00%)|
|Primary Health Care (100 %)|
The Doctors of the World network has a strong operational foothold in Haiti, where every member organization has demonstrated its ability to implement a variety of timely, relevant humanitarian responses. The network’s member organizations have also been working since 2010 on a community-based and institutional response to the cholera epidemic, by doing interventions with the populations in the various departments where DOTW is present. This project as a whole aims to reduce the morbidity and mortality related to the cholera epidemic by addressing the key issues encountered to date, both institutionally and community-wise, that the national cholera elimination plan is facing.
|Gender and age:||Adult women Adult men Adolescent females Adolescent males Children, girls Children, boys Under-5 children Newborns Older adults, women Older adults, men|
|Total Direct Population:||184,300|
|Total Indirect Population:||5,818,673|
– 99% deployment of emergency pools upon request of the HD – 3,874 people (1,526 women, 1,661 men, 687 children under the age of 5) handled at the institutional level (suspected cholera cases) – 91 HD sectoral meetings, health and WASH players per department – 1,500 complete hygiene kits, 1,737,050 33-mg Aquatab tablets, 125,247 soaps, 55,030 ORS packets, 9,966 flyers distributed – Institutional fatality rate in the areas covered by DOTW: 0.93%
End result: Lives saved, suffering alleviated and human dignity preserved in the communities dealing with a humanitarian crisis or food insecurity. Intermediate results: Reduced vulnerability of crisis-affected people, especially women and children. Immediate results: – Increased capacity in epidemiological surveillance and emergency responses in the event of alerts and/or outbreaks at the institutional level – Increased access to prevention, detection, referral and medicalized cholera responses at the community level.