On the eve of the fifth anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake, an estimated 21,218 households or 79,397 individuals still reside in 105 IDP sites. 21,218 households or 79,397 individuals still reside in camps and camp like settlements.
172 sites remain open, corresponding to 28,134 households or 103,565 individuals. A decrease of 33,978 IDP individuals, or 8,997 IDP households was recorded; corresponding to a 24.7% decrease in the number of individuals and 24.2% decrease in the number of households, respectively.
243 sites remain open corresponding to 37,131 households or 137,543 individuals. Compared to the previous assessments, a decrease of 9,382 IDP individuals or 2,439 IDP households was recorded.
Four years after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010, an estimated 146,573 individuals (comprising approximately 39,464 households) remain in 271 IDP sites.