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Academic Paper from the year 2018 in the subject Organisation and administration - Disaster control, grade: A, Kenyatta University, language: English, abstract: The paper is divided into three sections: literature review, findings/discussion and conclusion/implications. Literature review provides a description of an ideal emergency management programme that should be applied during disasters such as Haiti earthquake. Findings/discussion section critically analyses the emergency management and response activities in the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Finally, conclusions/implications provide a summary of the findings and highlight some of the implications of these findings.
The 2010 Haiti earthquake is the most devastating earthquake to take place in the country in the last 200 years. It is estimated that this earthquake affected at least three million people with death toll ranging from 100000 to 160000 people. According to the government of Haiti, more than 250000 residences and 30000 commercial buildings had been destroyed by the quake. The country's capital, Port-au-Prince was one of the worst affected areas by the earth quake as notable landmark buildings in the city were significantly destroyed. Some of the damaged landmark buildings included the Presidential Palace, National Assembly building, Port-au-Prince Cathedral and the main prison building among others.