|Prestation de soins de santé et support aux institutions sanitaires (structures fixes et/ou mobiles, interventions médicales, promotion de la santé, approvisionnement en intrants médicaux, logistique) / Health care delivery and support of institutions (fixed and/or mobile structures, medical interventions, health promotion, medical supplies, logistics)
||Following the January 2010 earthquake, IOM scaled up its emergency response operations to respond to humanitarian needs of earthquake-affected populations, including internally displaced persons (IDPs) who sought refuge in spontaneous camp settings. Efforts include serving as the Camp Coordination Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster lead (and beginning in 2011, the E-Shelter/CCCM/NFI Cluster lead) to coordinate humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons (IDPs), as well as direct service delivery in camps, including health/psychosocial, WASH, disaster risk reduction (DRR), emergency shelter, medical response, protection and NFI distribution. Since the October 2010 Cholera outbreak in 2010, IOM has been committed to supporting Cholera elimination in Haiti through the implementation of a comprehensive Cholera Response strategy, in line with the Government of Haiti (GoH) / Ministry of Health (MSPP) containment and response strategies, including the recently launched National Plan for Cholera Elimination. Cholera response efforts have targeted both IDP camps and vulnerable communities across Haiti. IOM expanded its efforts to include distribution of cholera related medical and non medical supplies; training for community health workers and community leaders to disseminate cholera prevention messages; establishing/equipping Oral Rehydration Posts (ORPs) to provide first line treatment in under-serviced areas, and to provide ambulance transport assistance to suspected cholera cases, and strengthening cholera treatment capacities of MSPP staff and nurses.