March 26th, 2010
04:54 PM ET

Progress in Haiti: Reports from the UN and UNICEF

The United Nations and UNICEF

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caption="The UN puts the Haiti quake death toll at 222,517 according to this month's report."]

Both the United Nations and UNICEF have released situation reports on Haiti for March, two months after the quake.

The United Nations lists a death toll of 222,517 people, with another estimated 310,928 injured. Read the full report here.

UN children's humanitarian group UNICEF estimates that 3 million people have been affected by January's devastating earthquake. Two million of those are from the worst hit region of Port-au-Prince-Carrefour. Read their report here.

For a comprehensive look at the UN's stabilization mission in Haiti, see their website.

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  1. Ryan Haggerty

    Good afternoon,
    In mid-June, 50 people from the Rock Church, http://www.therocksandiego.org, will be leaving San Diego to go Haiti and provide assistance to those in need for 3 weeks. We are looking for opportunities lend 100 willing and hard-working hands.

    We truly appreciate Anderson's "can do" attitude and actions and would love to see how we could assist in his efforts. Let me know if there is something we can do and we can dialogue on how it will get done.
    Ryan Haggerty

    March 26, 2010 at 2:29 pm |