Dealing with death at work in Haiti – Guardian Professional

Haiti was struck by an earthquake on 12 January 2010. Over 100,000 people were killed, including 100 UN personnel. We lost three serving and one former UN volunteers:

• Nivah Odwori, a Kenyan national working as a district coordinator.

• Mamadi Conde, a Guinean national working as a disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration officer.

• Bahaya Lola Nicole, a Congolese national working as a administrative assistant.

• Emmanuel Rejouis, a Haitian national who had volunteered with UN volunteers in Rwanda, Central African Republic, Nigeria, South Africa and East Timor. via | Guardian Professional


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