Via AlterPresse.org, a June 7 report: Haiti-Epidemic: After cholera, chikungunya ... FRAKKA protests against the MSPP. The Google translation:
P-au-P, June 7, 2014 [AlterPresse] --- The Force reflection and action on the issue of housing (FRAKKA, Creole) rebelled against the approach of the Chikungunya epidemic by authorities governmental public health she describes as "irresponsible".
FRAKKA also requires proper management of IDP camps already under the control set of cholera.
The Haitian government led by Laurent Lamothe proved "very oral again" in a national record, according to a public note of the organization dated 6 June 2014.
Despite promises to stabilize drug prices - including the famous paracetamol - and its availability in health centers expressing the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP), investigators FRAKKA seem to have observed nothing tel.
To enable the MSPP to "put feet on the ground," FRAKKA proposes that doctors, nurses visit, auscultate and grant medicines to displaced people living in camps. Fumigation must also reach camps and state bodies concerned must take care of the garbage and cleaning filthy canals.
"Compared to the excruciating pain caused by this disease affected people, we wonder if there are no other consequences that the authorities would hide us," carefully asking the leaders of the organization platform moved.
The authorities must assume their full responsibility for the protection of citizens.
In this sense FRAKKA encourages "complaint against irresponsible authorities to prosecute even when they are no longer in power."
4 years and 6 months after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, FRAKKA reports that victims sheltering in makeshift camps - which still exist to the chagrin of the government propaganda - are household with "filth, the stinking puddles the lack of latrines and clean water. "
Since cholera was introduced into Haiti in October 2010 by the Nepalese troops United Nations Mission for Stabilization in Haiti (Minustah) - according to several studies, the IDP camps are highly affected by the epidemic areas.
More than 800,000 compatriots have paid tribute to their lives to cholera. And today, there are thousands to the painful experience of contracting chikungunya fever, while Dengue is its small batch of victims.