Haiti Earthquake - Canadian/Norwegian Red Cross Field Hospital 2010 (en)

On January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale rocked Port-au-Prince, the capital of the impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti. It is estimated that up to 3,000,000 people have been affected by the disaster, either through injury or through loss of access to life-sustaining necessities such as food, water, sanitation services, and shelter. This emergency field hospital is a first-level referral hospital jointly implemented by the Norwegian and Canadian Red Cross. It provides essential surgical and medical care for up to 250,000 people. The hospital's inpatient capacity is 120 - 150 beds. Its services include an operating theatre, an intensive observation area, a laboratory, maternal-child health services, a pharmacy, outpatient clinics, and anaesthesia, X-ray and sterilization facilities.

Numéro du projet
CA-3-M013239001
Statut de l'activité
3 - Completion
Type d'aide
C01 - Project-type interventions

Organisations

Funding
Canada
Extending
Agence canadienne de développement international
Extending
Canadian International Development Agency
Implementing
Croix-Rouge canadienne
Implementing
Canadian Red Cross

Chiffres clés

Classification Functional

Before
0% Mappable
After
100.0% Mappable

Economic classification

Before
0.0%
After
0.0% Capital
100.0% Current

Disbursements by fiscal year

Fiscal year Value
2009 2239834.8

Commitments by fiscal year

Fiscal year Value
2009 2239834.8

CRS code % Common Code Budget classification (upper) Budget classification (lower)
Material relief assistance and services (72010) 100.0 Not mappable

Material relief assistance and services (72010)

Amended: previously not mappable
100.0 Social Protection, Land Housing and Community Amenities – emergency relief (5.4.10) PROTECTION SOCIALE (10) Protection sociale n.c.a (1090)