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Agenda: Addressing the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Haiti, with special emphasis on gang violence and organized crime


Haiti faces a deepening crisis rooted in longstanding political instability, with rival factions and powerful gangs vying for control in Port-au-Prince. This violence has crippled infrastructure and public services, causing severe shortages of fuel, supplies, and medical care. Millions struggle daily for food and water. Hundreds of thousands are displaced, and vulnerable to disease and exploitation.

Despite international pleas, Haiti's government has struggled to regain control. Resolving this crisis requires tackling Haiti's deep-rooted political, economic, and social issues. Urgent humanitarian intervention is crucial as the situation worsens. The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) must now step up to negotiate for peace and stability in the region.

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