Human Rights Watch: Haiti's Poor Women in danger
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Human Rights Watch: Haiti's Poor Women in danger

Port au Prince : Haiti | Aug 30, 2011 at 4:31 AM PDT
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HAITI NEWS DESK WITH VALERIO SAINT-LOUIS - HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS

Tens of thousands of women since the earthquake in Haiti live in one and a half years with particularly high risks.

According to one published on Monday Message of Mankind Organization Law Watsch Human Rights (HRW), hard, have access to mission sexual health and health care. For one, many women turn to prostitution had to eat and be mission at risk, raped were, in which it said message.

She currently lives nor ever girls and women, 300 000 cattle in the in January 2010, built after the earthquake homeless camps in Port-au-Prince. That health care is no cost but in the camps, women lack Had to information mangle who weigh and not to take more transportation thrives.

'm With 630 to 100 000 stillborn birth had before the earthquake Haiti Who maximum death rate in the Western Hemisphere, according to the Post continues. figures on today's prayers, there is no information. Be aware that not too many women their baby's medical aid in a tent on the street, on the way to the world to brought Hospital.

behalf "I have just given birth," quoted a woman post of Mona, who children with her ​​husband and one is sucked into camp on the outskirts of the capital. "I have no pain medication had."

For the nearly 80 pages long report "Nobody Remembers Us" HRW has, according to girls and women Appropriating aged 158 between 14 and 45 in 15 surveyed camps. Come to the conclusion who studies that who pregnancy rates were three times higher as in the urban areas before the earthquake.

BE AUTHORIZED about the Camp Croix-de-Bouquets 150 children born. 83 women were pregnant. "are some of them girls, mission because having to worry about parents who, mission control himself a man to live on, "the Post quoted Margali, a member of the Committee camps. But that mission were men alone, if you girls had impregnated mission.

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Woman in Port-au-Prince: Currently still lived around 300 000 women and girls in after the earthquake in January 2010 established homeless camps.
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