|Leogane||90% Destroyed, No livable housing|
|Population:||Jan 31 Leogane’s dead number somewhere between 30,000-40,000, with 80-90% of its buildings completely destroyed|
|GPS Coordinates:||18°30′39″N 72°38′2″W|
| Route Nationale #2 in Leogane Haiti is severely cracked adter the earthquake in Haiti
|Transportation, Infrastructure and Road Conditions:||Léogane’s police chief, Alain Auguste, says that almost 80% of the town has been destroyed, and that there are at least 10,000 dead. Authorities say they have buried about 1,300 — about 800 in mass graves. Mr. Auguste says Léogane has no heavy equipment like bulldozers or cranes to lift rubble and get to the bodies. “The city is completely destroyed .html|
|Medical Locations:|| Leogane: (Jane19) From @MerlinChiefExec Sent 4,800kg medic equipment. Our teams operating in Delmas 33, Léogâne and Petit-Goâve Jan 20 In Leogane: Japanese, Canadians, and Doctors Without Borders are providing medical support @firesideintFeb 23
Leogane – Sainte Croix Hospital
Last Updated by Jean-Marc on Feb 11
90-bed hospital. This week medical teams carried out 637 consultations and 176 surgical interventions. Mental health is the most important component with 20% of the consultations.Routine tetanus vaccination for wounded patients.
|Food and Water Locations:||Feb 12 UNDP-led “Cash for Work” programme paid people 180 gourdes for six hours of work per day. Some 40 per cent of the 35,000 Haitians enrolled were women. Jobs mainly involved removing rubble from streets and sorting reusable materials. The programme was being rolled out in Jacmel, Leogane and Carrefour and expected to employ 70,000 people by next week, as it expanded into other parts of the country where resources were scarce. Jan 20 In Leogane – Catholic Relief Services is doing food distribution @firesideintJan 31 Saw the worst devastation today around Leogane, near the #Haiti quake’s epicenter. 90%+ houses and buildings down. Including ICCM schools. 02:36:56 AM January 31, 2010 from TweetDeck|
|Shelter Locations||Feb 22 83 sites have been identified which have a population of more than 51,095 individuals (9,679 families) Source Ocha Sitrep report Feb 22Global Health Action Report from Rachelle Etienne, GHA’s Field Office Coordinator in Haiti… “. . In Leogane, of every 5 houses, 4 are completely destroyed and the one left is probably not livable. There is really nothing left in Leogane; it’s a desert. I spent a day and I made the mistake of not bringing water I could find or buy a bottle of water, nor something to eat. It is a situation of miseryI could find or buy a bottle of water, nor something to eat. It is a situation of miseryre I could find or buy a bottle of water, nor something to eat. It is a situation of misery. . “|
|Picture Links||Pictures Leogane taken Jan 31|
|Video Link||Jan 31 upload FSIL is a nursing school in Leogane, Haiti. The dorms were converted into surgical services. http://www.haitinursing.org Belack Village by Leogane HaitiWalking to the beach near the epicenter of the earthquake.|
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