The United States Marks 10th Anniversary Of Haiti Earthquake

U.S. Marks 10th Anniversary Of Haiti Earthquake

U.S. Marks 10th Anniversary Of Haiti Earthquake


The United States joins the people of Haiti and the international community in memory of the devastating earthquake that occurred on January 12, 2010. We retain the memories of those who have come to an end and reflect the courage, bravery, and strength of the Haitian people, who continue to strive to build a country that honors the memory of those people Who are safe in dignity and prosperity for themselves and their families. The United States its commitment to improving disaster preparedness and resilience in the region through the Caribbean Resilience Partnership. We are committed to a safe, secure and prosperous future for Haiti and the Haitian people.

The tenth anniversary of Haiti's earthquake 


The tenth anniversary of Haiti's earthquake is marked with celebrations and renewed commitment to building a better future for a poor nation. hundreds of thousands of Haitians who lost their lives and millions of people Affected by the devastating earthquake that hit their country ten years ago, the earthquake on January 12, 2010 and its disaster caused more than 230000 deaths and 1.5 million Displaced people. The island's infrastructure had suffered a lot. The UN chief said that over the past decade, Haiti drew attention to the resilience of its people and the support of many of its friends to overcome this disaster.