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The emergency is not over and every department in the country is now affected.

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MSF staff report a grave shortage of shelter despite up to 1,500 new arrivals every week.

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From January 12 to October 31, MSF treated more than 358,000 people, performed more than 16,570 surgeries, and delivered more than 15,100 babies. By December 12, MSF had treated 62,000 cholera cases in 47 treatment centers around the country.

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MSF's project pilot involved a range of activities that included improving infrastructure in five regional health facilities, providing a back-up supply of essential drugs and supplies, distributing basic first aid kits, and more.

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In 2010, MSF responded to medical emergencies and provided nutritional support, reproductive healthcare, kala azar treatment, counseling services, surgery, and pediatric and obstetric care.

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The cholera epidemic continues, stabilizing in some areas while worsening in others.

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MSF teams are still managing to provide medical care, including responding to the cholera epidemic and treating persons wounded in the violence.

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“We often see only the tip of the iceberg, as we know there are people who are dying from cholera in the rural communities."

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Communications is a crucial component of MSF's cholera response in Cap Haïtien and elsewhere.

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The Meningitis Vaccine Project was launched in 2001 with the main goal of creating an affordable vaccine that would respond to a specific meningitis strain that plagues Africa each year.

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