By Avellon Williams
PORT- AU- PRINCE, Haiti- UNICEF’s Chief Communications Officer to Haiti, Ndiaga Seck reliably informed that 3 major hospitals had received 6,000 gallons of efficient fuel.
Officer Seck correctly stated that there would be a noticeable hike in supplies in the foreseeable future as the economic challenges increase in the country.
Informing that they had made this humanitarian assistance available to the people as the island has been vicariously experiencing some severe problems and criminal activities in daily life.
Several local hospitals on the island are resolutely facing severe problems like an acute shortage of renewable fuel.
Criminal gangs intentionally blocked the major roads leading to direct ports that are responsible for holding steadfast fuel supplies.
This shortage further affected many women and children being adequately treated across Haiti in hospitals.
According to UNICEF it recently came in contact with a local firm to provide around 10,000 gallons of fuel to four major hospitals in Port-au-Prince.
The organization indicated that it promises to deliver more support as its concerted efforts to help children access clean water after the August 2021 earthquake snatched away from their fundamental rights.
The recent earthquake also affected over 2000 people and damaged hundreds of infrastructure on the island. This typically resulted in bad outcomes and left countless thousands of people homeless.
Haiti has also been experiencing the worst crisis after the high-profile assassination of President Jovenel Moise in July this year.
In recent times the local gangs have been asking for justice and kept major roadways blocked. Some local gangs are also asking Prime Minister Ariel Henry to promptly resign as the country enters critical political instability.