Aid Expert Available for Interviews on Haiti’s Growing Humanitarian Crisis, 10 Years After Crippling 2010 Earthquake
1 in 3 Haitians Urgently Need Food Aid as Political Unrest and Violence Hamper Access to Basic Necessities
Exclusive view inside Haiti. Amid violent unrest and pressure for President Jovenel Moïs to step down, 35 percent of the Haitian population – 3.67 million people – is in urgent need of emergency food assistance.
Cédric Piriou, a leading Haitian-based humanitarian expert with nearly a decade of experience working to fight hunger in Haiti, is prepared to provide his first-hand account of:
Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Haiti
Mr. Piriou oversees Action Against Hunger's delivery of nutrition, health, food security, water, sanitation and hygiene programs, reaching tens of thousands of people across Haiti last year. Mr. Piriou has more than 20 years of experience in the humanitarian sector, including nine years with Action Against Hunger in Haiti. For 40 years, Action Against Hunger has been treating and preventing malnutrition in more than 45 countries, serving more than 21 million people annually. Action Against Hunger has been operating in Haiti since 1985.
Tuesday, January 7 through Friday, January 10
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST; additional times upon request
Video and phone interviews; RSVP below to schedule
Emily Bell Tyree
Associate Director of Communications, Action Against Hunger USA
+1-212-967-7800; ext 526
/PRNewswire -- Jan. 7, 2020/
SOURCE Action Against Hunger