A week after Hurricane Matthew, the situation is still critical in Haiti.
More than 200 cases of cholera have been reported in Haiti since Hurricane Matthew. However, health facilities in the hard-hit south have been destroyed or seriously damaged.
The death toll is mounting amid fears about security and cholera while thousands are rescued from widespread flooding in the southern United States.
Haiti sees an upsurge in cases of cholera in the wake of Hurricane Matthew as people struggle to find clean water.
Aerial footage shows destruction along Haitian coast after Hurricane Matthew.
As the weather calms in Haiti, residents have begun recovery efforts, salvaging what is left of their houses.
More than 300 people have died in Haiti and the death toll is expected to rise as rescuers reach the worst-affected areas cut-off by the storm.
Rescue workers in Haiti say they are struggling to reach parts of the Island, cut off in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Classed category 4 out of a possible 5, winds speeds were hitting up to 280km per hour, two people were killed and one is missing as a result of the monster storm.
Thousands of Haitians have come out in support of a five-member commission, preparing to evaluate last year’s contested presidential election
Haitians have marked the anniversary of the 2004 coup with a march through the capital Port au Prince. The uprising ousted then-President
Haiti's interim president takes office vowing to handover to a newly elected leader on may 14.
. Haiti’s President Michel Martelly has left office but with nobody to replace him due to last month’s run-off election having been scrapped over
Politicians in Haiti have signed a last-minute agreement to install a caretaker government to avoid a power vacuum. The deal was inked on Saturday
There have been dramatic scenes on the streets of the Haitian capital, with anti-government protesters reportedly stoning an unarmed man to death
Electoral violence has erupted in Haiti as opposition supporters demand the suspension of the January 24 presidential election.
Main roads in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince were virtually empty on Monday (November 9)as a two-day public transport strike got underway against
In Haiti, thousands of people have taken to the streets to protest against the preliminary results of the presidential election. According to
At least one person has been killed in post-election violence in Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince It came after the announcement that ruling party