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On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Its shocking aftermath, the scale of which is only now coming to light, once again demonstrates the need for timely, accurate information to strengthen aid, response and recovery after a disaster. On January 13, 2010, the ICT4Peace Foundation created a new page on its ICT4Peace Inventory wiki with curated links to a number of information sources with critical information on Haiti, sourced from a number of reputed local and international information channels.

Please see http://inventory.ict4peace.org/Haiti+Earthquake+-+January+2010

Significant updates over the past three days include:

1. New links to missing persons registries
2. New mapping / GIS data sources
3. New section on videos and photos covering the aftermath of the earthquake
4. Links to official DPKO information and support for UN staff and families via Facebook and Twitter
5. KML of medical facilities as of 15th Jan 2010
6. Sahana deployment in Haiti, with links to local NGO locations as a KML file
7. OCHA/UNDAC Haiti team contact information
8. WFP Emergency Telecoms situation reports, including connectivity information in Port au Prince

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