Haïti — Baseline Assessment – Round 1 (September 2022)
- Mobility Tracking
- Baseline Assessment
Period CoveredOct 21 2021 -
Sep 01 2022
Since June 2021, an upsurge in gang clashes has caused a situation widespread insecurity in several municipalities in the Metropolitan Area of Port-au-Prince and the displacement of tens of thousands of people. This insecurity, increased since the assassination of President Jovenel Moise in July 2021, aggravates the economic and political crisis that continues to affect Haiti. The Directorate General of Civil Protection (DGPC) and the Monitoring Matrix of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) displacement (DTM) estimated 47,129 new individual trips in the Metropolitan Area between April 23 and 23 august 2022. As of September, 21,684 people remain displaced in 36 spontaneous sites. In addition, on August 14, 2021, an epicenter earthquake about 13 km southeast of Petit-Trou-de-Nippes hit the departments of Nippes, Sud and Grand'Anse. This earthquake has caused the death of 2,246 people, as well as the destruction or significant damage to more than 115,000 homes, thus affecting at least 800,000 people. The DTM and the DGPC estimate that at least 38,777 had been moved to assembly sites by the earthquake, of which 2,528 remain displaced.