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Aftermath of the Haiti Earthquake

AFTERMATH OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE This visual overview of the situation in Haiti helps give perspective on the extent of devastation caused by the earthquake and the efforts to combat it. Statistics are based on information available as of February 8, 2009. Thousands of Lives Devastated Hardest Hit Cities and Populations ESTIMATED DEATHS INJURIES HOMELESS NEED FOOD HARDEST HIT POPULATION 200,000 196,595 1,100,000 2,000,000 3,725,615 JANUARY 12, 2010 TOTAL POPULATION IN HAITI 10,000,000 Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 PETIT GOAVE 254,000 LEOGANE 34,000 25,000 CARREFOUR | = 100,000 PEOPLE 334,000 GRESSIER Estimated Age of the Hardest Hit Population AGES 0-9 AGES 10-19 AGES 20-39 AGES 40-59 AGES 60+ 25.7% 23.8% 30.4% 15% 5.1% HARDEST HIT POPULATION 3,725,615 PORT-AU-PRINCE 2,000,000 JACMEL 958,109 | 34,000 889,126 1,134,945 555,501 187,932 50% < 20 years old Already the Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere Relief Efforts PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY HAITI GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN FUNDING (USD) NOTE* 80% $6.95 Billion $1.55 Billion FUNDING = CONTRIBUTIONS + COMMITMENTS Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed. UNITED STATES GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE $14.2 Trillion $2.35 Billion Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity. an intended Pledge: a non-binding announcement contribution or allocation by the donor. $800 Million Uncommitted Pledges *Definitions from OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) 1= $6.95 Billion SOURCES: World Bank, Relief Web, OCHA, UNFPA'S State of World's Population 2009, http://crisiscommons.org/wikivindex.php?title=Haiti/2010_Earthquake DESIGN: Emily Schwartzman / emilyschwartzman.com AFTERMATH OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE This visual overview of the situation in Haiti helps give perspective on the extent of devastation caused by the earthquake and the efforts to combat it. Statistics are based on information available as of February 8, 2009. Thousands of Lives Devastated Hardest Hit Cities and Populations ESTIMATED DEATHS INJURIES HOMELESS NEED FOOD HARDEST HIT POPULATION 200,000 196,595 1,100,000 2,000,000 3,725,615 JANUARY 12, 2010 TOTAL POPULATION IN HAITI 10,000,000 Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 PETIT GOAVE 254,000 LEOGANE 34,000 25,000 CARREFOUR | = 100,000 PEOPLE 334,000 GRESSIER Estimated Age of the Hardest Hit Population AGES 0-9 AGES 10-19 AGES 20-39 AGES 40-59 AGES 60+ 25.7% 23.8% 30.4% 15% 5.1% HARDEST HIT POPULATION 3,725,615 PORT-AU-PRINCE 2,000,000 JACMEL 958,109 | 34,000 889,126 1,134,945 555,501 187,932 50% < 20 years old Already the Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere Relief Efforts PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY HAITI GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN FUNDING (USD) NOTE* 80% $6.95 Billion $1.55 Billion FUNDING = CONTRIBUTIONS + COMMITMENTS Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed. UNITED STATES GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE $14.2 Trillion $2.35 Billion Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity. an intended Pledge: a non-binding announcement contribution or allocation by the donor. $800 Million Uncommitted Pledges *Definitions from OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) 1= $6.95 Billion SOURCES: World Bank, Relief Web, OCHA, UNFPA'S State of World's Population 2009, http://crisiscommons.org/wikivindex.php?title=Haiti/2010_Earthquake DESIGN: Emily Schwartzman / emilyschwartzman.com AFTERMATH OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE This visual overview of the situation in Haiti helps give perspective on the extent of devastation caused by the earthquake and the efforts to combat it. Statistics are based on information available as of February 8, 2009. Thousands of Lives Devastated Hardest Hit Cities and Populations ESTIMATED DEATHS INJURIES HOMELESS NEED FOOD HARDEST HIT POPULATION 200,000 196,595 1,100,000 2,000,000 3,725,615 JANUARY 12, 2010 TOTAL POPULATION IN HAITI 10,000,000 Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 PETIT GOAVE 254,000 LEOGANE 34,000 25,000 CARREFOUR | = 100,000 PEOPLE 334,000 GRESSIER Estimated Age of the Hardest Hit Population AGES 0-9 AGES 10-19 AGES 20-39 AGES 40-59 AGES 60+ 25.7% 23.8% 30.4% 15% 5.1% HARDEST HIT POPULATION 3,725,615 PORT-AU-PRINCE 2,000,000 JACMEL 958,109 | 34,000 889,126 1,134,945 555,501 187,932 50% < 20 years old Already the Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere Relief Efforts PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY HAITI GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN FUNDING (USD) NOTE* 80% $6.95 Billion $1.55 Billion FUNDING = CONTRIBUTIONS + COMMITMENTS Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed. UNITED STATES GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE $14.2 Trillion $2.35 Billion Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity. an intended Pledge: a non-binding announcement contribution or allocation by the donor. $800 Million Uncommitted Pledges *Definitions from OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) 1= $6.95 Billion SOURCES: World Bank, Relief Web, OCHA, UNFPA'S State of World's Population 2009, http://crisiscommons.org/wikivindex.php?title=Haiti/2010_Earthquake DESIGN: Emily Schwartzman / emilyschwartzman.com AFTERMATH OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE This visual overview of the situation in Haiti helps give perspective on the extent of devastation caused by the earthquake and the efforts to combat it. Statistics are based on information available as of February 8, 2009. Thousands of Lives Devastated Hardest Hit Cities and Populations ESTIMATED DEATHS INJURIES HOMELESS NEED FOOD HARDEST HIT POPULATION 200,000 196,595 1,100,000 2,000,000 3,725,615 JANUARY 12, 2010 TOTAL POPULATION IN HAITI 10,000,000 Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 PETIT GOAVE 254,000 LEOGANE 34,000 25,000 CARREFOUR | = 100,000 PEOPLE 334,000 GRESSIER Estimated Age of the Hardest Hit Population AGES 0-9 AGES 10-19 AGES 20-39 AGES 40-59 AGES 60+ 25.7% 23.8% 30.4% 15% 5.1% HARDEST HIT POPULATION 3,725,615 PORT-AU-PRINCE 2,000,000 JACMEL 958,109 | 34,000 889,126 1,134,945 555,501 187,932 50% < 20 years old Already the Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere Relief Efforts PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY HAITI GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN FUNDING (USD) NOTE* 80% $6.95 Billion $1.55 Billion FUNDING = CONTRIBUTIONS + COMMITMENTS Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed. UNITED STATES GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE $14.2 Trillion $2.35 Billion Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity. an intended Pledge: a non-binding announcement contribution or allocation by the donor. $800 Million Uncommitted Pledges *Definitions from OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) 1= $6.95 Billion SOURCES: World Bank, Relief Web, OCHA, UNFPA'S State of World's Population 2009, http://crisiscommons.org/wikivindex.php?title=Haiti/2010_Earthquake DESIGN: Emily Schwartzman / emilyschwartzman.com AFTERMATH OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE This visual overview of the situation in Haiti helps give perspective on the extent of devastation caused by the earthquake and the efforts to combat it. Statistics are based on information available as of February 8, 2009. Thousands of Lives Devastated Hardest Hit Cities and Populations ESTIMATED DEATHS INJURIES HOMELESS NEED FOOD HARDEST HIT POPULATION 200,000 196,595 1,100,000 2,000,000 3,725,615 JANUARY 12, 2010 TOTAL POPULATION IN HAITI 10,000,000 Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 PETIT GOAVE 254,000 LEOGANE 34,000 25,000 CARREFOUR | = 100,000 PEOPLE 334,000 GRESSIER Estimated Age of the Hardest Hit Population AGES 0-9 AGES 10-19 AGES 20-39 AGES 40-59 AGES 60+ 25.7% 23.8% 30.4% 15% 5.1% HARDEST HIT POPULATION 3,725,615 PORT-AU-PRINCE 2,000,000 JACMEL 958,109 | 34,000 889,126 1,134,945 555,501 187,932 50% < 20 years old Already the Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere Relief Efforts PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY HAITI GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN FUNDING (USD) NOTE* 80% $6.95 Billion $1.55 Billion FUNDING = CONTRIBUTIONS + COMMITMENTS Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed. UNITED STATES GDP (USD) TOTAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE $14.2 Trillion $2.35 Billion Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity. an intended Pledge: a non-binding announcement contribution or allocation by the donor. $800 Million Uncommitted Pledges *Definitions from OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) 1= $6.95 Billion SOURCES: World Bank, Relief Web, OCHA, UNFPA'S State of World's Population 2009, http://crisiscommons.org/wikivindex.php?title=Haiti/2010_Earthquake DESIGN: Emily Schwartzman / emilyschwartzman.com

Aftermath of the Haiti Earthquake

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This infographic provides a visual overview of the impact of the earthquake in Haiti. The visual guide gives a perspective for the devastation that hit the country and the efforts to combat it.

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