Ever since the devastating earthquake hit the Caribbean nation of Haiti in January this year, efforts have been on to rebuild the country. Problems have followed aid workers and NGOs in the form of cholera, sporadic violence and the logistics of handling a recently concluded presidential election.
As international aid organizations try to get more nurses, medical professionals and other relief workers to help Haiti’s suffering population, they’ll need detailed maps of the country to plan aid operations. 24point0’s editable maps of Haiti are sure to be a great help in plotting the future course of relief work in the country. The maps include all major towns and cities such as the capital Port-au-Prince and the epicenter of the earthquake Léogâne.
These maps can be edited for color, fonts and scale. Aid organizations can use them to locate their relief camps, plan for better facilities in these camps so as to prevent the spread of diseases such as cholera, and chart routes to ensure that relief material is effectively distributed.
The Haiti map deck also includes maps of the major provinces of Haiti: Artibonite, Centre, Grand’ Anse, Nippes, Nord, Nord-Est, Nord-Ouest, Ouest, Sud-Est, Sud.
The pullout in the slide below serves to show the location of the region within Haiti and also the districts within the region.
Are you missionary working in Haiti wanting to communicate the progress of relief work to your supporters? Are you an NGO involved in rebuilding Haiti? Then 24point0’s editable Haiti maps for presentations are the perfect tool to visually tell the story of your relief efforts and current needs.