HAITI

EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE 2010

January 12, 2010 at 16:53 Haiti Standard Time, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck 25 kilometres west of the Capital Port-au-Prince. It killed over 200,000 people and injured more than 300,000. Estimates suggest over 3.5 million people were affected.

Within 48 hours of the earthquake devastating Haiti, GlobalMedic’s Rapid Response Team was deployed to respond by providing humanitarian aid including clean water, hygiene items, field hospitals and medical aid.

200,000+

PEOPLE

KILLED

INJURIES:

300,000+

1.5

MILLION

PEOPLE DISPLACED

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WATER

PURIFICATION

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Providing over 150,000 litres of clean drinking water every day, through our Lions and Eagles teams.

Two 22 foot by 42 foot inflatable field hospitals which treat up to 300 patients per day.

150 – 300

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