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iciHaiti - Social : The Government abandons the returnees to their fate...
06/09/2015 13:48:27

iciHaiti - Social : The Government abandons the returnees to their fate...
The charitable organization, Caritas Haiti, on this World Day of Migrants and Refugees (September 6) is alarmed at the extremely poor conditions in which survive in the border area, hundreds of families and their children, returnees or voluntary returned from the Dominican Republic.

The Humanitarian Organisation, through the Bishops' Committee on Migration, chose to celebrate this day in the border town of Anse-à-Pitres, alongside these vulnerable people, who are currently more than 2,000 to live in inhuman conditions.

Caritas Haiti that will bring its humanitarian aid, wants to draw attention of the Haitian community on the situation of these families that need to be socially assisted "Thousands of people in need of almost everything have already been repatriated to the country. They are all our brothers and sisters. It is our duty to assist them and welcome them with dignity," launched ioutraged, Mgr. Launay Saturné, President of the Commission, which stresses the need to create a chain of solidarity around those vulnerable, homeless, in need of food, clean water and other essential goods.

A cry of alarm, that we hope will reach the ears of a government, whose concrete support measures for returnees or voluntary returns, beyond demagogic speeches are far from sufficient to meet with dignity the needs of these people.

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