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    Mental Health & Psychosocial support in Haiti
Pyramid of interventions – Minimal response matrix and Mapping




                                        MHPSS
                                        Coordination – Haiti
                                             Contents
Introduction

1. The Pyramid of intervention and minimal response in Haiti
        1.1. Pyramid of interventions
                IV. Specialized services
                III. Non specialized services
                II. Community and family support
                I. Basic services and security
        1.2. Minimum response in the midst of emergencies
                Haiti departments
                Haiti Ouest region
                Haiti region of Port au Prince
        Summary of pyramid and minimum response in the midst of emergencies
                Non-covered activities
                Partially covered activities
                Covered activities
                Conclusions


2. MHPSS Haiti. Who’s doing what and where

        3.1. Introduction
        3.2. Results
                 3.2.1. Number of MHPSS activities by location
                 3.2.2. Type of activities and implementing organizations
                 3.2.3. Global overview of activities by implementing partners and location
                 3.2.4. Comparisons of target group coverage in PaP , Delmas, Carrefour and Leogane
                 3.2.5. Distribution of service available in the commune of Port au Prince
                 3.2.6. Distribution of beneficiaries in Port au Prince
                 3.2.7. Distribution of services available at camp level in Port au Prince (20 camps)
                 3.2.8. Repartition of considered camps.
                 3.2.9. Distribution of services available in the commune of Carrefour
                 3.2.10. Distribution of beneficiaries in Carrefour
                 3.2.11. Distribution of services in the commune of Delmas
                 3.2.12. Beneficiaries in Delmas
                 3.2.13. Distribution of activities in Petit Goave
                 3.2.14. Distribution of beneficiaries in Petit Goave
                 3.2.15. Distribution of activities in Cite soleil and aeroport
                 3.2.16. Distribution of beneficiaries in Cite soleil


3. List of MHPSS members



Contact MHPSS Coordination Haiti : haitimhpss@gmail.com - estreel@unicef.org +50936253763

Cover picture : Shelter in Solino camp – May 2010 (SR)
                                       MHPSS Coordination Haiti – 24 May 2010 – estreel@unicef.org


Introduction
The present document gives an overview of the global MHPSS efforts in Haiti. In the first
section, the pyramid gives an overview of specific activities at the different levels (basic
services, community support, non-specialized and specialized services). This section is the result
of the discussions on 19-20 and 21 may in Port au Prince with more than 100 organizations
working in MHPSS. The second section, based on the IASC checklists, gives an overview of the
activities covered by geographic zones. This section is the result of in depth analysis based on
the ongoing mapping exercise that took place since the earthquake. So far 40 organizations out
of about 100 are represented in the database. It is followed by a short summary and pragmatic
direction to improve the MHPSS efforts already in place. It highlights the strengths and
weaknesses of global MHPSS response at country level and raises some specific issues to be
considered.

The last section is a series of graphic representation also based on the mapping exercise but
with detailed information on type of activities by location as well as MHPSS actors involved.

We also inserted at the end of the document the list of MHPSS actors identified through MHPSS
meetings.

As the MHPSS country profile is constantly changing due to the adjustment of activity, this
document must be considered like a tool under development. New and adjusted version will
have to follow. Nevertheless, this first version highlights the MHPSS dynamism in Haiti and
remains an important step in the global MHPSS response.

                                                                        The MHPSS Coordination
                                                            MHPSS Coordination Haiti – 24 May 2010 – estreel@unicef.org
  1. The pyramid of interventions in haiti
  iv. Specialized services
 Psychotherapy to staff present during the earthquake
 Individual consultations for mentally disturbed patients
 Psychotropic medications
 Psychosocial activities in psychiatric hospitals
 Follow up for psychiatric patients, medical and psychological care
 Integration of psychologists and social workers into clinics
  iii. Non specialized services
 Psychological first aid (PFA) for especially vulnerable groups such as amputess, victims of violence, orphans, widows etc.
 Basic psychological support for children
 Individual councelling for especially vulnerable groups such as operated patients, amputees, disabled, victimes of violence, widows, parents
   that have lost their child etc
 Art therapy in group settin
 Group psychological counselling/support for victims of the eatrhquake
 Child friendly spaces (with games of cooperation, confidence etc)
 Outreach to vulnerable populations
 Case management to maternity, pediatric, traumatology patients, OPD and psychiatry
 Psychosocial support to staff
 Psychosocial support to teachers
 Training psychology students of the faculty of ethnology
 Train PHC staff to identify and treat basic mental disorders
   ii. Community and family supports
 Rehabilitation of public infrastructures contributing to Child Protective environment such as Community centres
 Sensitization of the community on key issues: hygiene, sexuality, rights etc
 Registration of high risks minors
 Activation or reactivation of social networks
 Child Friendly Space (as basic play centers)
 Activities for children: social games, pictures cut out, collectives game, telling stories, sports, dance classes, Movies projected
 Activities for children with disabilities
 Activities for adults: Art Classes, Classical music concerts, peace activities etc
 Distribution of Early Child Hood development kits
 Men/women/parent groups to discuss a specific topic (ex. conversation about internal resources)
 Children/Adolescent / Peer groups
 Restavek prevention
 Self-help activities
 Social help for patient reintegration into community
 Training community workers on counseling
 Training for the Brigade
i. Basic services and security
 Information to the animators on children reactions after a disaster and s taff care
 Information to the community about GBV and protection
 Information to the community on the earthquake, how to address their fears and future plans
 Information dissemination to community gathering around water point
 Social considerations in nutrition
 Social considerations in Health (training on protection in hospitals, pfa for patients)
 Social considerations in food aid (distribution of food after focus group discussions)
 Social considerations in site planning (involvement of community in planning the site)
 Social consideration in Camp coordination and management
 Social consideration in protection activities
 Health and psychiatric coordination
 Cash for work
 Prioritizing vulnerable groups on shelter, NFI etc
 Liaising with hospital management and staff and incoming NGOs
 Advocacy toward national or Local authorities on MHPSS, Child Protection and Child rights
 sensitization on MHPSS in the local government, school, camps, orphanages, Churches, hospital
 Coordination of MHPSS
2. Minimum response Matrix
                                                                                            Haïti Départements
                                                                                                                          Grande   Nippes   Sud   Sud-est Centre   Artibo   Nord/Nor Nord-
                                                                                                                          anse                                     nite     d est    Ouest
Coordination              Establish coordination of intersectoral mental health and psychosocial suppor t

Assessment             Conduct assessment of mental health and psychosocial issues
Protection and human   Identify, monitor prevent and respond to protection threats and failures through social
right standards        protection
                       Identify, monitor, prevent and respond to protection threats and abuses through legal
                       protection
Human ressources       Organize orientation and training of aid workers in mental health and psychosocial
                       support
Community mobilization Facilitate condition for community mobilization
and support
                       Facilitate community self-help and social suppor t

                          Facilitate conditions for appropriate communal cultural, spiritual and religious healing
                          practices
                          Facilitate support for young children (0-8 years) and their care-givers

Health services           Include specific psychological and social considerations in provision of general health
                          care
                          Provide access to care for people w ith severe mental disorders

                          Protect and care for people living in institutions

                          Learn about and, where appropriate, collaborate with local, indigenous and traditional
                          health systems
                          Minimize har m related to alcohol and other substance use

Education                 Strenghten access to safe and supportive education

Dissemination of          Provide infor mation to the affected population on the emergency, relief effor ts and their
information               legal rights

                          Provide access to infor mation about positive coping methods

Food security and         Include specific social and psychological considerations ( safe aid for all in dignity,
nutrition                 considering cultural practices and household roles) in the provision of food and nutritional
                          support
Shelter and site          Include specific social considerations ( safe, dignified, culturally and socially appropriate
planning                  assistance) in site planning and shelter provision, in a coordinated manner
Water and sanitation      Include specific social considerations in the provision of water and sanitation
                                                                                            Haïti Région Ouest
                                                                                                                          Petit   Grand   Gressier Leogane Kenscoff C des   Cabaret Ganthier
                                                                                                                          goave   goave                             Bouquet
Coordination              Establish coordination of intersectoral mental health and psychosocial suppor t

Assessment             Conduct assessment of mental health and psychosocial issues
Protection and human   Identify, monitor prevent and respond to protection threats and failures through social
right standards        protection
                       Identify, monitor, prevent and respond to protection threats and abuses through legal
                       protection
Human ressources       Organize orientation and training of aid workers in mental health and psychosocial
                       support
Community mobilization Facilitate condition for community mobilization
and support
                       Facilitate community self-help and social suppor t

                          Facilitate conditions for appropriate communal cultural, spiritual and religious healing
                          practices
                          Facilitate support for young children (0-8 years) and their care-givers

Health services           Include specific psychological and social considerations in provision of general health
                          care
                          Provide access to care for people w ith severe mental disorders

                          Protect and care for people living in institutions

                          Learn about and, where appropriate, collaborate with local, indigenous and traditional
                          health systems
                          Minimize har m related to alcohol and other substance use

Education                 Strenghten access to safe and supportive education

Dissemination of          Provide infor mation to the affected population on the emergency, relief effor ts and their
information               legal rights

                          Provide access to infor mation about positive coping methods

Food security and         Include specific social and psychological considerations ( safe aid for all in dignity,
nutrition                 considering cultural practices and household roles) in the provision of food and nutritional
                          support
Shelter and site          Include specific social considerations ( safe, dignified, culturally and socially appropriate
planning                  assistance) in site planning and shelter provision, in a coordinated manner
Water and sanitation      Include specific social considerations in the provision of water and sanitation
                                                                                      Haïti Région Port-au-Prince
                                                                                                                          Carre   PaP   Petion   Delmas   Aeoro   Cite soleil
                                                                                                                          four          ville             port
Coordination              Establish coordination of intersectoral mental health and psychosocial suppor t

Assessment             Conduct assessment of mental health and psychosocial issues
Protection and human   Identify, monitor prevent and respond to protection threats and failures through social
right standards        protection
                       Identify, monitor, prevent and respond to protection threats and abuses through legal
                       protection
Human ressources       Organize orientation and training of aid workers in mental health and psychosocial
                       support
Community mobilization Facilitate condition for community mobilization
and support
                       Facilitate community self-help and social suppor t

                          Facilitate conditions for appropriate communal cultural, spiritual and religious healing
                          practices
                          Facilitate support for young children (0-8 years) and their care-givers

Health services           Include specific psychological and social considerations in provision of general health
                          care
                          Provide access to care for people w ith severe mental disorders

                          Protect and care for people living in institutions

                          Learn about and, where appropriate, collaborate with local, indigenous and traditional
                          health systems
                          Minimize har m related to alcohol and other substance use

Education                 Strenghten access to safe and supportive education

Dissemination of          Provide infor mation to the affected population on the emergency, relief effor ts and their
information               legal rights

                          Provide access to infor mation about positive coping methods

Food security and         Include specific social and psychological considerations ( safe aid for all in dignity,
nutrition                 considering cultural practices and household roles) in the provision of food and nutritional
                          support
Shelter and site          Include specific social considerations ( safe, dignified, culturally and socially appropriate
planning                  assistance) in site planning and shelter provision, in a coordinated manner
Water and sanitation      Include specific social considerations in the provision of water and sanitation
Summary of Pyramid of intervention and minimal response matrix.

 non-covered activities
 Recenser, suivre, prévenir et répondre aux menaces et aux abus en matière de protection par le biais de la
protection juridique
 Protéger et prendre en charge les personnes placées en institutions
 Apprendre à connaître et, le cas échéant, collaborer avec les systèmes de santé locaux, autochtones et
traditionnels
 Réduire au minimum les méfaits de la consommation d’alcool et d’autres substances
 Procéder à des évaluations des problèmes de santé mentale et des problèmes psychosociaux


 partially covered activities

 Créer les conditions favorables à des pratiques communautaires de conciliation culturelle, spirituelle et
religieuse
 Assurer la coordination intersectorielle de la santé mentale et du soutien psychosocial
 Fournir à la population affectée des informations sur la situation d’urgence
 Organiser l’initiation et la formation des acteurs humanitaires dans le domaine de la santé mentale et du
soutien psychosocial
 Créer les conditions nécessaires à la mobilisation des communautés
 Renforcer l’accès à une éducation protectrice et attentive aux besoins des élèves
 Incorporer des aspects psychologiques et sociaux spécifiques aux soins de santé générale
 Assurer l’accès aux soins pour les personnes souffrant de graves troubles mentaux


 covered activities

 Favoriser l’appui aux jeunes enfants (0 à 8 ans) et aux personnes qui s’occupent d’eux
 Recenser, suivre, prévenir et répondre aux menaces et aux échecs en matière de protection par le biais de la
protection sociale
 Promouvoir l’entraide et le soutien social communautaire
 Permettre l’accès à l’information sur les méthodes positives d’adaptation
 Incorporer des aspects sociaux et psychologiques spécifiques dans le soutien alimentaire et nutritionnel
 Incorporer des aspects sociaux spécifiques dans la planification des sites d’installation et la fourniture d’abris
 Incorporer des aspects sociaux spécifiques dans la fourniture de l’eau et des installations d’assainissement


Conclusions

1) Activities categorized as psychosocial support are clearly dominant in comparison to activities focusing on
mental health.

- Child friendly spaces, community strengthening and self help activities, and individual psychological support are
amongst to most popular activities proposed by the field actors.

- Advocacy, facilitation of community mobilization and psychiatric support/psychotropic medication are amongst
the least reported activities by field actors.
2) Psychosocial activities reported at country level are targeting all categories of beneficiaries, however we observe
at commune level that some categories, such as special groups (e.g disabled peoples, elderly people, …) service
providers and often children between 0-6, can be poorly targeted.

3) There is no report of activities focusing on prevention or intervention in relation to alcohol and/or drug of abuse
while there are reports of these types of problems within the communities.

4) The decentralization and coordination of MHPSS activities outside the « Zone Ouest » is limited.

5) There are only a few MHPSS needs assessment initiatives despite consequences of the earthquake in a pre-
existing humanitarian situation.
2. MHPSS Haiti. Who’s doing what and where
2.1. Introduction
Based on the attendance of MHPSS meetings around 100 organizations are currently involved
in mental health and psychosocial–related activities in Haiti. However the present mapping is
based on approximately one third of total actors. As previously stated, we keep updating the
database, and further mapping exercises should follow this one in order to maintain an
accurate knowledge of the situation.

2.2. Results
2.2.1. Number of MHPSS activities by location



                                                                                              219




                                                                           99     99


                                                  45
                                     37                    32
                     22                                                  30              22
         6       8                                                                                  8
                          1                 7          1        6   3
                              8




As clearly shown in the above figure, MHPSS activities in Haiti are mainly centered around the city of
Port-au-Prince. Other parts of the country are present but sometimes only with one activity available.



2.2.2. Type of activities and implementing organizations

MHPSS activity                    Organizations
                                           ACF, ADRA, AVSI, HI, IFRC, MSF-Belgium, MSF-ES, MSF-H, Red Cross-France, WV, Red Cross NorCan
Individual psychological support           ERU


Group psychological support/counseling     ACF, AVSI, HI, IOM, MSF-Belgium, MSF-ES, MSF-Holland, Red Cross France


Psychotropic meds                          IMC


psychotherapy                              ACF, MSF-Belgium


Other psychological/psychiatric support    IMC


Case management/social work                IMC, Msf-Belgium, MSF-ES, MSF-Holland, Terre des Hommes


                                           ADRA, ARC, AVSI, CISP, FHI, IDEJEN, IFRC, IMC, People in Need, Red Cross Norcan ERU, SAJ, Save,
Child Friendly Spaces                      Terre des Hommes, Worl Vision


Recreational activities                    AVSI, GJARE, IDEJEN, IOM, Red Cross-France, SAJ

Including PS consideration in Protection
activities                                 ADRA, IFRC, Terre des Hommes

Facilitating conditions for community
mobilization                               Red Cross NorCan ERU


Strenghtening community support and        ADRA, ARC, AVSI, FHI, IDEJEN, IFRC, IOM, MSF-Holland, Red Cross-Holland, Red Cross France, Terre
self-help                                  des Hommes


Advocacy                                   Terre des Hommes


Providing information to the community     ACF, AVSI, MSF-Belgium, MSF-Holland, Terre des Hommes, IOM

supporting teacher's psychosocial well-
being and training                         AVSI, MSF-Belgium, Terre des Hommes

Social considerations in nutrition, and
WATSAN                                     ACF, ADRA, AVSI, People in Need, Saude em Portugues, Terre des Hommes


other social support                       Terre des Hommes


General activities to support MHPSS        HI, IMC, People in Need, Red Cross-France, UNICEF, World Vision, IOM
2.2.3. Global overview of activities by implementing partners and location (last update May 2010)
As shown in the above map, there are large gaps in the MHPSS country coverage with a main focus
around Port au prince. All types of activities are present in the country; however their availability
remains very different from one commune to another. Child friendly spaces, community strengthening
and self help activities, and individual psychological support are amongst to most popular activities
proposed by the field actors.



2.2.4. Comparisons of target group coverage in PaP , Delmas, Carrefour and Leogane

  140



  120



  100



   80
                                                                                       Sum of Leogane
                                                                                       Sum of Delmas
   60
                                                                                       Sum of carrefour
                                                                                       Sum of Port-au-prince
   40



   20



    0
          0-6      6-12    12-18     18-24   24-55 24-55    55+        other Special
        children children children   youth    men women    elderly    service groups
                                                                     providers


These areas are the ones with the most important concentration of IDPs camps. The results show a
significant difference between the availability of services by age categories between PaP and other
areas.
2.2.5. Distribution of service available in the commune of Port au Prince

                social considerations                                   Training and staff
               in health , NFI, shelter                                      support
                    and WATSAN                                                 5%
                         11%
                                                                        Individual
                                                                      psychological
       Training of teachers                                        support/counselling
      and psychoeducation                                                  19%
               3%



                           Providing information
                             to the community
                                     9%                                     Group psychological
                                                                            support/counselling
         Self help and                                                             20%
       community level
        peace activities
               6%
                community          Recreational
                mobilisation        activites
                   1%                  8%                                               Psychotropic meds
                                                        CFS
                                                                                               1%
                                                        8%                  Psychotherapy
                                                                         MH care 7%
                                                                          0%
                                                          case management
                                                                 2%




2.2.6. Distribution of beneficiaries in Port au Prince

          Special groups

  other service providers

           6-12 children

             55+ elderly

        24-55 women

              24-55 men

             18-24 youth

          12-18 children

             0-6 children

                              0       20           40         60   80         100       120       140
2.2.7. Distribution of services available at camp level in Port au Prince (20 camps)




                   social considerations in
                  health, WATSAN, shelter,       General activities to
                             etc               support MHPSS activities
       psychosocial                                      5%
                             11%
     consideration in
        education
           2%                                                             Individual Psychological
     Providing                                                              counseling/support
  information to                                                                    19%
 the community
       10%


                                                                                                     Group psychological
                                                                                                     counselliing/support
                                                                                                             20%


                                recreational
                                  activities
      self help                      8%                                        Psychotherapie
      activities                                      CFS                           7%
         6%                                           8%


 Facilitating conditions for
                                                                                                          psychotropic meds
 community mobilization,
                                                                                                                 1%
       ownership etc.
              1%                                                               MH care
                                                                      case
                                                                                  0%
                                                                 mangement/social
                                                                      work
                                                                       2%




2.2.8. Repartition of considered camps.



Name of camps                                                         Section communale


Beau marche                                                           2e Morne l’Hopital


Canape Vert                                                           1ere turgeau


Dahomey                                                               unknown


Republique d’Argentine                                                1ere Turgeau


Eglise de Dieu                                                        1ere Turgeau

Djobel                                                                1ere Turgeau
Impasse Charlevoix    1ere Turgeau


Parc Harry            unknown


Route Fort Mercredi   2e Morne l’hopital


Sylvio Cator          2e Morne l’Hopital

Sainte Marie          1e Turgeau


Ti Savanne            2e Morne l’Hopital


Valee de Bourdon      1ere Turgeau


Champs de Mars        1ere Turgeau


Cite la Joie          3e marticssant


Cercle Bellevue       1ere Turgau


Camp teleco           1ere Turgeau

Camp Cathedrale       1ere Turgeau


Bredi                 unknown


Mauzole               unknown
2.2.9. Distribution of services available in the commune of Carrefour


                              PS considerations in
                                    health
                                      5%
                                                      Training
                                                        5%
                                                                      Individual counselling
                                                                              19%

                Self Help Activities
                       24%
                                                                                           Group Counselling
                                                                                                 14%




                                                                                     CFS
                                       Recreational Activities                       14%
                                               14%
        Protection
           5%




2.2.10. Distribution of beneficiaries in Carrefour


  other service providers (social workers, teachers, etc.)


                                               12-18 children


                                                 6-12 children


                                                  0-6 children


                                                        elderly


                                                           men


                                                       women

            Special groups(separated children, pregnant
            girls/women, amputees, street children, etc)

                                                                  0   2    4     6     8       10   12   14    16   18   20
2.2.11. Distribution of services in the commune of Delmas




                                             CFS
                                             23%                group psychological
                                                                     support
                                                                       21%                      Individual
                                                                                              psychological
        Psychosocial
                                                                                                 support
      Considerations in                                                                            2%
           Health
            2%

                                                                               Recreational
                                                                                Activities
                                  Self Help Groups                                 19%
                                     /Activities
                                        33%




2.2.12. Beneficiaries in Delmas




                            other service
                              providers                0-6 year olds
                                14%                        17%



                  elderly
                   10%



                                                                     6-12 year olds
                                                                          19%
                  men
                  10%




                            women
                             11%                   12-18 year olds
                                                        17%

                            special groups
                             (vulnerables)
                                  2%
2.2.13. Distribution of activities in Petit Goave

                             Inclusing social             Training community
                            considerations in                 workers on
                                                            counselling (HI)
                  Training of shelter (AVSI)                       5%
                teachers (AVSI)    5%
                       5%
 Agents sociaux                                          Individual
polyvalents (AVSI)                                     psychological
       5%                                                 support
                                                            14%            Group
                                                                       psychological
    Self-help activities                                                  support
     and community                                                          9%
          support                                                 Psychotropic meds
            9%                                                           4%
       psychosocial                                                          MH care
      consideration in                                                        4%
        protection
            5%

          Sports Activities                                                       case management
              (AVSI)                                                                     4%
                4%
                                                CFS and ECD
                                                    27%




2.2.14. Distribution of beneficiaries in Petit Goave




             Special groups

  other service providers

                 55+ elderly

          24-55 women

                  24-55 men

                18-24 youth

             12-18 children

               6-12 children

                0-6 children

                                0         2        4          6          8       10     12      14   16   18
2.2.15. Distribution of activities in Cite soleil and aeroport

                                   Training in PS considerations in
                                   counselling      Education
             Social considerations     2%              7%
               in other sectors
                                                            Individual
                      5%
                                                          Psychological
                                                             Support
                                                               14%

                                Self Help                                           Group
                                Activities                                      Psychological
                                  14%                                              Support
                                                                                     17%


                 Information
                Dissemination                                                     CFS
                      7%                                                          10%
                                                            Recreational
                  Case Management                            Activities
                         5%                                     17%
                            Psychotherapy
                                 2%




2.2.16. Distribution of beneficiaries in Cite soleil


  other service providers (PHC,social workers, teachers,
                           etc.)

                                             18-24 youth


                                         12-18 children


                                          6-12 children


                                             0-6 children


                                              55+ elderly


                                              24-55 men


                                       24-55 women


                                         Special groups


                                                            0     5        10    15     20      25   30   35
   3. List of MHPSS members in Haiti
   ORGANIZATION       NAME           FUNCTION                E-MAIL                                     PHONE
1. ACF                Elisabetta     MH program              coordopsy@ht.missions-acf.org              37 02 59 04
                      dozio
2. ACF                Emile Robert   Coordinatrice urgence   cmnurg@ht.missions-acf.org                 37 01 78 02
                                     Med/Nut
   ACF                Lauri Cornu                            psy2@ht.mission-acf.org                    34 55 54 09
   ACT Alliance/LWF   Esther Isaac   Coordonatrice           isaesther2002@yahoo.com                    39 00 61 90
                                     psychosocial
   ACT Alliance       Anna Isakson   Staff care              Isaksson.anna@gmail.com                       37 5 76 64
   ADRA               Patricia                               patoviale@hotmail.com                         37 1 16 44
                      Muller
   ADRA               Andrew Lucas Program Director ERC-     andrew.lucas@adra.org
                                   ADRA
   ADRA               Frank Junior Psychologist              Juniorwildor50@yahoo.fr                       34 2 96 49
                      Wildor
   ADRA               MARIA        Psychologist
                      AGUSTINA
                      GUILLAUME
   ADRA               Naomi Miller Women and Gender          naomie-miller@adra.org
   AMI (Assistance    Alice Lucas  Psychologist              alicenobrelucas@hotmail.com                   38 4 82 66
   Medicale
   Internationale)
   AMURT               Hannah                                hmeadow@gmail.com                          34 24 99 70
                       Meadow
   AMURT               Chenag        Assistante de           souad.chenag@amurt.org                     37 24 45 61
   international       Souad         programme
   Association des     Francois                              associationdesetudiantsenaction@yahoo.fr      37 9 87 73
   Etudiants en Action Sabindson
   de Santo
   ASP                 Monica        Team coordinator        asp.releifhaiti@gmail.com                     38 9 32 57
                       Ferreira
AVSI                Simone Sarcia Assistant Socio-educatif    simone.sarcia@avsi.org             34 31 79 64
Bureau de la        Philippe                                  philippedodard50@yahoo.fr          37 94 55 34
Premiere Dame-      Dodard
Haiti
Bureau de la        Maguy Dorce                               durce24@yahoo.com                  36 78 91 14
Première Dame-
Haiti
Bureau de la        Dr Renald                                                                       34 5 73 60
Premiere dame-      Clerisme
Haiti
Church of Sweden     Peter Burtor   Staff care psychologist   p.burton@tele2.se
CAMA Services        Joseph Adner   Projet de construction    bereanalliancechurch@comcast.net
CBM                  Heather        Antenna project           cbmhaiti.antenna@gmail.com            34 6 00 09
                     Weaver         manager
CMBM                 Lee-Ann                                  lagallarano@cmbm.org                  39 3 06 77
                     Gallarano
CMBM                 Jim Gordon                               jgordon@cmbm.org
Centre MD Claude Marie Denise                                 centremdclaudeht@yahoo.fr             35 3 30 24/ 34 86 70 99
                     Claude
CIDP                 Mioara         Director                  mioarad@andrews.edu
                     Diaconu
CIRC                 Dr Gabriel     Coordinateur medical      haiti.poa@icrc.org                    34 0 34 46
                     Salazar
                     Arbalaez
CISP                 Barbara                                                                        34 8 45 63
                     Profeta
Concern              Celine         PSS focal point           celinemarie.lesavre@concern.net       39 6 97 84
                     Lesaure
COCEQ                Phanord                                                                     34 00 17 01
                     Nedgie                                                                      34 71 20 82
Coordination         Grammont       Coordinateur              vincent_grammont@yahoo.fr              40 2 24 24
Quartier Bristout et Vincent
Bolin
CORDAID              Loan Liem      Health coordinator        l.liem@etcnl.nl                       35 1 89 38
COVOR               Jean Philippe   Coordinator and           jpstevens@yahoo.fr                             36 7 19 23
                    Stevens         Psychologist
CRF                 Clavel          Coordinator               Coordo.med.haiti.frc@gmail.com              36 77 40 92
                    Chantal
CRIF Mega           Jean Yves       Consultant                jybijoux@yahoo.com
production          Bijoux
Cuban Ambassy       Ricardo G.                                rgnapoles@gmail.com                         34 46 44 90
                    Napoles
Dash                Vivianne                                  vivianenic@yahoo.fr                            34 1 19 18
Hospital/Medicare Nicolas
DASH                Dr Laroche      Director                  rlaroche@dashprocare.org                    34 64 27 65
EDMH                Robin                                     adjoint.operations3@emdh.org                    37 3 75 18
                    Frederic
EDMH                Elisabeth                                 hom.haiti@emdh.org
                    Deschamps
Eglise du Nazareen Nelson           Religious leaders         nelsonsadrack@yahoo.fr                         35 4 91 99
                    Sadrack         meetings
Eglise du Nazareen Pierre-Louis     Religious leaders         plmireille@yahoo.fr                         38 34 05 44
                    Mireille        Meetings
Entrepreneurs du    Emilie          PSS focal                 emilie.sepulchre@entrepreneursdumonde.org      38 5 91 27
Monde               Sepulchre       point/psychopedagogue
FAO                 Emilie          Clinical psychologist/    emiliemedeiros@yahoo.com                       36 2 70 23
                    Medeiros        Staff care
Food for the Hungry Lauren                                    lwoodside@fh.org
                    Woodside
Food for the Hungry Wendy           Psychosocial/Protection   wbovard@fh.org                              36 18 99 61
                    Bovard          specialist
Four Winds          David Butler                              davidbutler2002@yahoo.com                      39 0 19 22
Foundation
FRADES              Seide Moise                               fradesorg@yahoo.fr                              34 9 71 56/ 37 03 07 94
GJARE               Celerin Emile                             gjare@yahoo.fr                              37 51 69 84
Groupe D’appui      Delice Jean                                                                               34 4 83 89
Psychologique       Hermes
GIC                 Volmar          Coordinateur PSS          gichaiti@yahoo.fr                              37 6 14 88
                     Ronald
GIC                  Santer Widler                             spencerlive86@yahoo.fr            38 55 05 09
GIC                  Jorgeat       Coord Adjoint               jorgeatbelizaire@yahoo.fr         37 62 24 77
                     Belizaire
Good Samaritan       David Butler  Chaplain                    info@chaplaindavid.com            38 80 19 22
Ministries
Haitian Pediatric    Marlene                                   marlenegood@hotmail.com           34 58 74 36
Society              Goodfriend
Handicap             Soumaya         Project manager           hial.cdpcomhaiti@yahoo.fr         38 81 19 86
International        berri
Handicap             Sarah Pizk      Psychologist              sarahrizk@hotmail.com             38 00 48 53
International
Handicap             Aleema Shivji                             hial.santehaiti@yahoo.fr             34 1 55 18
International
HCTEE                Julis                                     gjulis@yahoo.fr                      38 9 30 53
                     Gesmane
HCTEE                Mardi jean                                                                     36 9 30 53
                     Alain
Heartland Alliance   Ramsey Ben-     Country director          rbenahour@heartlandalliance.org      39 6 82 50
                     Achour
Heartland Alliance   Dr Sonali       Clinical psychologist     spg24@hotmail.com                    34 7 60 64
                     Gupta
Heartland Alliance   Shea            Mental health Clinician   sanderson@heartlandalliance.org
                     Anderson
Help Age Int’l       Margaret                                  mchilcotte@hlpage.org             34 85 97 88
                     Chilcott
Hopital Albert       Shaun           Coordinator of            seancleaver@gmail.com             38 78 63 96
Schweitzer           Cleaver         Rehabilitation
Hosean               Caleb Lucien    National Director         celucien@aol.com                     34 8 46 81
International
Ministries
ICRC                 Pierre Barras                             prot.poa@icrc.org                 34 56 32 55
IFRC/Danish Red      Jerome          Psychosocial delegate     jerome.grimaud@yahoo.fr
Cross                Grimaud
                    Ea Akasha                                 esa@direkte.org
IFRC/Canadian Red   Karine Giroux    Psychosocial delegate    karine.giroux@mac.com
Cross
IDEO-MHPSS          Roseline         Appointed by the         ideohaiti@yahoo.com           34 48 68 68
Haitian             Benjamin         Haitian Govenment for                                      37 6 78
Government                           MHPSS
IDEO                Ginette
                    Maguet
IDEJEN              Chantal                                                                    37 4 27 96
                    Joseph
IMC                 Lynne Jones      Psychiatrist, PHC        ljones@imcworldw ide.org         38 5 20 11
                                     provider
IMC                 Sabah Aziz       Psychosocial             saziz@imcworldwide.org           38 1 46 45
                                     Coordinator/ECD
IMC                 Neil Joyce                                njoyce@imcworldwide.org       34 91 18 37
Intl Child care     Lorinda          International social     the4manleys@yahoo.com
                    Manley           worker
IOM                 Patrick Duigan   Health Program manager   pduigan@iom.int                  34 7 69 57
IOM                 Amal Ataya       Psychosocial project     aataya@iom.int                   39 3 25 64
                                     manager
IOM                 Dieuveut Gaity   PSS coordinator          dgaity@iom.int                   39 3 7157
IOM                 Mazen Aboul      Co-chair MHPSS           maboulhosn@iom.int               38 3 25 64
                    Hosn
IRC                 Rebecca                                   rebecca.chandler@theirc.org      34 1 92 45
                    Chandler
IRC                 Janet Shriberg   Consultant               jls2041@gmail.com                34 1 56 28
                                     psychosocial/CFS
ITECH               Nancy Rachel     directeur                rachelcoq@itech-haiti.org
                    Coq
I-TECH              Jean Maxime                               cheryjm@itech-haiti.org       36 17 88 13
                    Chery
Kids First          Samantha         Clinical psychological
Psychological       Madhosingh
services
KOFAT Tiburon       Jeudeleine                                                                 35 7 32 45
                   Henry
LWF/ACT Alliance   Esther Isaac   Pss officer             mikaelwiking@hotmail.com      39 00 61 90
Mars Kleine        Dr Eric                                                              36 43 50 90
Institute                                                                               37 47 91 74
Medical Team       Karin Jordan   Mental health           drkbjordan@gmail.com          34 87 29 02
International                     counselor
Medical Team      Dr Ingrid       Psychosocial program    ifrancois@medicalteams.org        35 4 45 51
International     Francois        Officer
Medecins du Monde Coicou                                  Nathalie.coicou@yahoo.com     34 49 75 06
                  Nathalie                                                                  36 1 75 06
Medecins du Monde Marguie        Psychosocial assistant   marguiemoreau@yahoo.fr            34 1 83 43
                  Moreau
Mercy Corps       Volcy          Clinical psychologist    mvolcy@ht.mercycorps.org          34 4 14 74
                  Murielle
Mercy Corps       Kyle Dietriech Youth Program            kdietrich@ht.mercycorps.org   36 02 75 05
                                 Manager
Mercy Corps       Sandrine       psychologist             skenol@ht.mercycorps.org          37 2 75 05
                  Kenol
MdM Canada        Nicholas       Présidente MdM           nbergeron@yahoo.com               34 2 66 45 i n haiti
                  Bergeron       Canada
MdM Canada        Ricar Laurore psychologue               lricar28@yahoo.fr                 38 4 00 33
MdM Spain         Ricles         Assistant coordinateur   tomyri@yahoo.fr                   39 9 05 73
                  Thomas
MdM Spain         Ricardo        Coordination,            mdm.cghaiti@yahoo.es              34 2 68 96
                  Arcona         assessment
MdM Spain         Irene          psychologist             mdme.psico@gmail.com              34 7 95 02
                  Hernandez
MdM Spain         Miguel Angel psychologist               mdme.psico@gmail.com          34 87 90 05
                  Navarro
Ministere de la   Rene           Conseille tech/psy       rdomersant@yahoo.fr           34 61 02 96
Sante publique et Domersant jr
de la population
Promotion de la   Joceline       Ministere de la Sante    jblouis@yahoo.fr              34 06 57 84
Sante publique et Pierre Louis
de la population
MSF-CH               Louisa          Mental health            Msfch-haiti-medco@geneva.msf.org               34 2 26 70
                     Khourta         Coordinator              louisakourta@yahoo.fr
MSF-ES               Sylvia Cauzzi                            Msf-haiti-emerg@barcelona.msf.org              34 1 78 73
MSF-France           Eric Piel       Psychiatre
MSF-H                Marianne                                 Msf-haiticq-MH-pc@field.amsterdam.msf.org   Haiti 34 91 04 94
                     Surit
MSF-Suisse           Louisa                                   Msfch-haiti@msf.geneva.org                     36 5 53 28
                     Khourta
Natan-Israel         Naama Shilo                              Nathan.irelief@gmail.com                        34 1 37 87
NCA                  Olav Kristian   PSS advisor              olavkt@hotmail.com                              37 0 52 68      32 10 50 39
NorCan Red Cross     Toril Aralson   PSS                      toaralds@online.no                          +47 91 77 13 98
PADF/PHR              Dr Marjorie    Coord victim services    matartine@yahoo.com                             34 632 80
                       Matthieu
PADF                    Berverly                              beverlysanon630@hotmail.com                    35 3 22 55
                         Sanon
Partners in Health    Cate Oswald                             coswald@pih.org                                38 0 95 76
People in Need       Blanka M.       Relief and Development   blanka.remesova@pin.cz                         38 9 06 83
                     Rmesova         Dpt                      haiti@peopleinneed.cz
Plan Haiti           Leroy                                    myrlande.leroy@plan-international.org       37 36 19 01
                     Myrlande
PLAN International   Dr. Unni        Disaster Response        unni.krishnan@plan-international.org        local cell in Haiti
                     Krishnan        Coordinator                                                          Sat Phone: +8816 4146 3251
Plan International   Solveig                                  Solveig.routier@plan-international.org      39 85 99 90
                     Routier                                                                              4479
PRODEV               Sharon Ramon                             rabimon@gmail.com                               36 4 11 35
Project KID          Bellinda cesar                           bellindacesar@yahoo.fr                          34 6 72 25
Project Hope         Mephisto       Medical manager           doctormathurin@hotmail.fr                       37 0 71 03
                     Mathurin
Red Cross-France     Alexandre                                a.markeus@yahoo.fr                             38 0 26 61
                     Makens
Red Cross- France    Antoine        PSP delegate              PSP.PAP.FRC@gmail.com                       36 77 40 92
                     Terrien
Red Cross              Eric Baranick   Regional Manager, ARC   baranicke@usa.redcross.org            +51-1-993 561 858
American                               South America, Peru
Saint Boniface Haiti   Marie N.                                nseraphin@sbhf.org
Foundation             Seraphin
Saint Boniface Haiti   Betsy                                   bsherwood@sbhfhaiti.org                  35 9 91 21
Foundation             Sherwood
SAJ                    Joseph          psychologue             joseph43@hotmail.com                     39 0 77 99
                       Innocent
SAJ                    Joseph                                  claudia.joseph89@yahoo.com               38 7 13 79
                       claudia
SEMECA Spain           Aurora          Psychologist            arozadilla@hotmail.com                +34636454157
                       Rodilla Arias                                                                 +34699514531
Saude em               Ricardo         Medical doctor          asp.reliefhaiti@gmail.com                38 9 32 57
Portuguese             gabriel
Save the Children      Lucy                                    ldhbatchelor@gmail.com                   34 2 42 27
                       Batchelor
Save The Children      Shauna          CFS                                                              34 2 48 68
                       Pfeiffer
Save the Children      Frantz          psychologue             frantzgalland@yahoo.fr                   34 0 81 05
                       Galland
Save the Children      Charlotta                               cmockrish@yahoo.com                   46730670171
                       Mockrish
Scouts d’Haiti         Love            coordonatrice           Love.amponsaa@hotmail.fr                 39 5 45 74
                       Amponsaa
Start International    Francesco                               f.zoccarato@start-international.org      38 1 59 58
                       Zaccanato
Tearfund               Anne                                    dmt-haiti-hpa@tearfund.org            348443992
                       McCulloch
Terre des Hommes       David           Emergency specialist    dda@tdh.ch                            00881621412527
                       Dandres
Terre des Hommes       Sylvain                                 sfo@tdh.ch                               39 2 14 41
                       Fournier
Terre des Hommes       Sabine          Coordinatrice PSS       shi@tdh.ch                               34 9 91 67
                       Himbert
UJDHRD             Joseph                                   ujdhrd@yahoo.fr                35 07 93 97     35 04 00 57
                   Mercilus
UNESCO             Astrid          Assistant Program        a.hollander@unesco.org         +56 (2) 472 46 41
                   Hollander       Specialist in Ed
UNFPA              Wilma           HR Coordination          doedens@unfpa.org
                   Doedens
UNICEF             Emmanuel        MHPSS coordinator
                   Streel
UNICEF             Karen           Education Specialist     khickson@unicef.org               35 5 34 92
                   Hickson
UNICEF             Sunita          Child Protection         sunita.palekar@gmail.com          38 1 23 75
                   Palekar         specialist-GBV
UNICEF             Henrik          CP cluster coordinator   hhaggstrom@unicef.org             38 1 23 81
                   Haggstrom
USAID              Sue Eitel       Rehabilitation Advisor   seitel@usaid.org                  34 0 20 75
UNICEF             Gina            CP/MHPSS                 haitimhpss@gmail.com              34 2 50 13
                   Fleurantin                               ginafleurantin@gmail.com
UNICEF             Christina       CP                       ctorsein@unicef.org               34 1 91 45
                   Torsein
UNICEF             Anissa          CP                       anissabadaoui@yahoo.fr            38 1 23 42
                   Badaoui
UNICEF             Andrea          Education Coordinator    aberther@unicef.org               34 2 08 13
                   Berther
UNIFEM             Kathia Henrys   Coordinatrice des        kathiahenrys@yahoo.com            34 5 49 08
                                   equipes psychosociales
UNIFEM             Andree                                   andree.gilbert@unifem.org
                   Gilbert
UNIFEM             Marcy Hersh Program Officer              Marcy.hersh@gmail.com             38 6 46 63
URAMEL             Roseline                                 uramelpsychotrauma@gmail.com      29 0 10 76
                   Bejamin
URAMEL             Marine       Directrice executive        uramelgge@yahoo.fr             34 68 46 11
                   desbousseaux
US Dept of Health+ Glenn                                    glenn.blanchette@hhs.gov       34 90 20 52
Human Svce         Blanchette
Montreal WHO-      Marc Laporta     Collaborating center for   Marc.laporta@mcgill.ca
PAHO                                mental health
War Child Canada   Aude             Country rep                aude@warchild.ca                    34 4 03 89
                   Archambault
War Child Canada   Justine          Program consultant         jlandegger@gmail.com                38 4 83 61
                   Landegger
WHO                Devora Kestel    Mental Health Advisor,     kestelde@cpc.paho.org            +1 (246) 426-3860 ext. 5086
                                    PAHO                                                        +1 (246) 826-1639 (DR contact no)
WHO/PAHO           Dr. Victor                                  apariciv@pan.ops-oms.org             38 2 68 95
                   Aparicio
WHO                Gerard           Coordinator leogane        leogane.clustersante2gmail.com      34 2 36 97
                   Egmann
World Concern      Vanessa Jules    Manager OVC                moliera509@yahoo.com                35 9 03 29
World Vision       Patricia Harta                              phartasa@worldvision.org            34 2 48 58
                   Sanchez
World Vision       Vales Kela                                  Kela-vales@wvi.org
World Vision       Alice Male       MHPSS program              Alice_male@wvi.org               39 33 89 53
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