Estimated Number of Deaths 111,400 people
Estimated Number Displaced in Port- au-Prince Metropolitan Area 609,000 people
Estimated Total Number Displaced 1 million people
Estimated Affected Population 3 million people
At 1439 hours local time, the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (USAID/DART) reported that at least two U.S. Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) teams were working on a possible live rescue at the Napoli Hotel— nearly 12 days after the earthquake occurred. Despite the U.N. Disaster Assessment and Coordination team’s January 22 announcement of a cessation of search and rescue operations, the USAID/DART reports that search and rescue operations remain ongoing, noting that U.S. USAR teams continue to operate at the Napoli Hotel and other identified areas.
U.S. USAR teams will continue to conduct operations utilizing rubble removal equipment at identified sites. As of January 22, the U.N. reported that international USAR teams had conducted rescues for a total of 132 people, 47 of which were conducted by U.S. USAR teams.
Health - 20,000 treated, 1000 surgeries performed - no disease outbreaks
> USNS COMFORT had treated 1,427 patients and performed more than 93 surgeries
> HHS medical teams have treated 8,060 patients in Port-au-Prince
> Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) reported the presence of a total of 150 operating health facilities, including 46 facilities with surgical capacity. An additional two floating hospitals with helicopter transport capacities—the USNS COMFORT and a Mexican hospital ship—and approximately 11 mobile clinics are currently operational in Port-au-Prince, according to the USAID/DART.
> USAID/DART teams estimated that 20,000 injured people required medical assistance. Of the total, approximately 1,000 patients require specialized care
>WHO reported no post-earthquake outbreaks of communicable diseases—including cholera, measles, and rubella—despite the damage to health facilities and water and sanitation infrastructure.
Relocation of Displaced
> GoH continues to encourage and provide transportation for earthquake-affected individuals to depart Port-au-Prince for non-affected regions of Haiti, more than 130,000people had departed Port-au-Prince
Food, Water & Supplies
> U.N. WASH Cluster reported that 98 of the highest density settlement sites and hospital sites were receiving water deliveries, representing a beneficiary population of estimated 225,000 individuals. Deliveries provide approximately four liters of water per person per day.
> WFP has distributed nearly 1.2 million rations to earthquake-affected populations
> International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported that more than 100,000 people were receiving relief items per day, including blankets, kitchen sets, plastic sheeting, water containers, water purification tablets, and mosquito nets, through IOM and partners in Port-au-Prince.
> IOM estimates that combined in-country tent stocks and expected tent arrivals in the coming days constitute a total of 40,000 tents, capable of accommodating 200,000 individuals.
> U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and partners reached approximately 37,000 children with psychosocial support, emergency relief supplies, health referrals, and other assistance; however, UNICEF notes that registration of vulnerable children remains a priority. With support from UNICEF, mobile Haitian Institut du Bien Etre Social et de Recherche teams continue to conduct daily child protection rapid assessments in approximately 10 sites, with plans to reach 20 sites per day by the week of January 25.