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Title: Séisme dévastateur / Haïti 12 janvier 2010 Cellule de crise : Patrimoine en Danger
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Title: Séisme dévastateur / Haïti 12 janvier 2010 Cellule de crise : Patrimoine en Danger
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
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Creator: Mr. Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, Director of the National Archive in Haiti
Publisher: National Archives in Haiti
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Publication Date: February 3, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Archives Nationale d'Haiti
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Sisme dvastateur/ Hati 12 janvier 2010
Cellule de crise : Patrimoine en Danger


Sites viss :
Les difices patrimoniaux publics totalement ou partiellement dtruits par le sisme
et contenant des archives, des documents administratifs, des photographies, des
livres, des documents sur divers supports (cassette, cd, dvd, etc.), des objets d'art et
autres constitutifs du patrimoine cultural et historique hatien;
Les locaux d'institutions culturelles d'utilit publique et gardiennes de la mmoire
historique et d'lments du patrimoine cultural hatien;
Des residences prives abritant d'importantes collections et d'archives constitutives
du patrimoine cultural et historique d'Hati.


Operation de sauvetaqe du Patrimoine cultural mobilier :
Archives publiques et prives;
Bibliothques publiques et prives, uvres artistiques et objets archologiques;
Documents audio visuels;
Objets mobiliers cultures.


1. Interventions d'urgence :

1.1 Court terme :

1.1.1. Etayer des btiments endommags;

1.1.2. Former le personnel pour la manipulation et le transport des biens culturels;

1.1.3. Rcuprer, inventorier sommairement et mettre en boite les archives, documents, livres,
objets mobiliers et ouvres d'art;

1.1.4.. Transporter les biens culturels en lieu sr et s'assurer que les normes minimales de
conservation sont respectes.

1.2 A moyen terme : monter un systme national d'inventaire et procder la numrisation
desdits biens culturels.

1.3 A long terme: reconstruire les lieux endommags en s'assurant du respect des normes
minimales de preservation.









2. Besoins urgents :


a) Ressources humaines :
Spcialistes en tayage de btiments endommags;
Archivistes restaurateurs expriments dans le sauvetage en cas de catastrophes
naturelles ;
Spcialistes en restauration de fresques murales;
Enseignants en archivistique, manipulation et transport de documents
administratifs ;
Records managers, praticiens spcialiss dans les logiciels appliqus
l'archivistique ;
Informaticiens maitrisant des logiciels appliqus l'archivistique;
Spcialistes en numrisation et en gestion de bases de donnes qui effectueront
des sjours de courts et longues dures prisee en charge total ou partielle par
leurs institutions) ;
40 archivistes volontaires hatiens et trangers (chefs de group) don't des
informaticiens et des spcialistes en restauration et en numrisation ;
Entre 10 15 collecteurs d'archives en vrac par group, soient 200 300
volontaires historianss, archivistes, peintres, numismates, sculpteurs, notaires,
tudiants, associations et amis du patrimoine);
40 opratrices et oprateurs d'ordinateurs ;
Spcialistes et technicians en conservation de paper, peintures, etc.;
- Spcialiste en montage de systme d'inventaire de patrimoine cultural mobilier
photograph expriment



b) Ressources matrielles :
60,000 boites d'archives antiacides de dimensions : longueur : 0,35m/ larger:
0,35m/ hauteur : 0,35m.
150,000 gants en plastique;
150,000 cache-nez ;
30,000 rubans adhsifs (collant neutre);
Crayons, feutres, tiquettes, papers d'emballage neutre, colle neutre, ficelle,
trombones galvaniss, agrafeuses, aiguilles, paper 8% x 11, 8 / x 14;
20 ordinateurs portables;
3 serveurs centraux ;
100 tentes servant d'abris provisoires pour les documents et les intervenants;










20 radios mobiles de communication;
20 tlphones cellulaires ;
15 cameras digitales semi professionnelles;
8 GPS;
200 casques de chantiers munis de lampes (type casques de mineurs);
30 lampes de poche heavy duty;
10 vhicules de type pick up;
5 camions de transport ;
Espace d'entreposage provisoire : 10,000 mtres carrs. Un space nous est
propos par les responsables du Parc Historique de la Canne--Sucre, mais il est
loin d'tre suffisant ;
2000 tais mtalliques avec vrins;
2000 chafaudages tubulaires avec joints;
30 conteneurs 20 x 40 pieds ;
100 cantines mtalliques ou en plastics durs.



c) Ressources financires :
Nous avons galement besoin d'argent pour :
Assurer la logistique (carburant, nourriture, divers transports, frais de communication,
etc.) ;
Effectuer la location d'espaces pour dpt;

Louer ou acheter des containers de second main ; l'octroi de primes d'encouragement
pour les participants non volontaires ;
Acqurir des fonds documentaires, photographiques et audio vido d'avant le sisme;

Dresser un rapport crite et photographique des dgts ;

Acqurir des logiciels d'inventaire et monter une base de donnes;

Etc.
Vos dons en espces peuvent tre envoys au numro de compete bancaire suivant:
Archives Nationales d'Haiti BRH 111 00 60 38 ou par chque libell l'ordre de
Archives Nationales d'Hati don't l'adresse est :
22, Angle des rues Borgella et Geffrard
Port-au-Prince, Hati (WI)


3. Conditions de participation l'opration de sauvetage :











Les volontaires trangers doivent tre pris en charge par leur gouvernement via
leur institution respective ou par des organizations nationals et internationales ou par
des ONG, y compris les arrangements pour leur voyage, leur sjour et leur assurance
tout risque.
Les Archives Nationales d'Hati se chargent de leur accueil, leur installation, de la
division et la coordination des tches.



4. Contacts :

Contactez-nous au plus vite, car les Archives, les bibliothques historiques ou de rfrence,
les cuvres d'art particulirement les peintures sont sous les dcombres. S'il pleut, ce qui est
tout fait probable car la saison pluvieuse s'annonce, les risques seront encore beaucoup
plus grands.
a) Jean Wilfrid BERTRAND, directeur des Archives Nationales d'Hati ;
E-mail : bertrandlouissaint@yahoo.fr
Tlphone : (509) 36 78 05 31/ 35 58 03 29/ 34 58 55 28


b) Joseph Harold GASPARD, architect de monuments;
President ICOM Hati
Tlphones : (509) 34 46 2888
E-mails: icom.haiti 01@yahoo.com, haroldgaspard@yahoo.ca


c) Lewis A. CLORMEUS, sociologue et collectionneur;
Tlphone: (509) 34 57 3659
E-mails: Iclormeus@yahoo.fr


Fait Port-au-Prince, le mercredi 26 janvier 2010










Rough Translation via translate.google.com

Devastating earthquake / Haiti January 12, 2010

Crisis: "World Heritage in Danger"



Sites affected:

* Heritage public buildings partially or totally destroyed by the earthquake and of archival, administrative
documents, photographs, books, documents in various formats (cassette, cd, dvd, etc..), Art objects and
other incorporation of cultural heritage and history of Haiti;

* The local cultural institutions of public utility and guardians of historical memory and cultural heritage
elements of Haiti;

* Private residences with important collections and archives constitute the cultural heritage and history of
Haiti.



Operation Rescue of Movable Cultural Heritage:

* Archives and private;

Public Libraries and private, artistic and archaeological objects;

Documents Audio Visual;

* Movable cultural objects.


Emergency response:
1.1 Short term:
1.1.1. Substantiation of damaged buildings;
1.1.2. Training staff in handling and transport of cultural property;
1.1.3. Recover, identify and briefly to Box archives, documents, books, household objects and works of
art;
1.1.4 .. Transporter cultural property in a safe place and ensure that minimum standards of conservation
are met.
1.2 A medium term up a national inventory system and proceed with the digitization of such cultural
property.
1.3 A long-term reconstruction of areas damaged by ensuring compliance with minimum standards for
preservation.


2. Urgent needs:


a) Human resources:

- Specialists in shoring of damaged buildings;

- Archivists restaurateurs experienced in rescue in the event of natural disasters;










- Specialists in restoration of murals;

- Teachers in archival handling and transport of administrative documents;

- Records managers, practitioners specializing in applied software for archiving;

- Techies mastering software applied to archival;

- Specialists in digitization and management of databases that will conduct visits short and long durations
(supported in whole or in part by their institutions);

- 40 archivists Haitian and foreign volunteers (group leaders) including computer scientists and specialists
in restoration and digitization;

- 10 to 15 collectors Archives bulk group, are 200 to 300 volunteers (historians, archivists, artists,
numismatists, sculptors, lawyers, students, associations and friends of Heritage);

- 40 operators and computer operators;

- Specialists and technicians in conservation of paper, paints, etc..;

- Specialist assembling inventory system movable cultural heritage expert photographer


b) Physical resources:

- 60,000 boxes of archives antacids dimensions: length: 0,35 m / width: 0,35 m / Height: 0,35 m.

- 150,000 plastic gloves;

- 150,000 cache-nez;

- 30,000 tape (sticky neutral);

- Pencils, pens, labels, wrapping paper, neutral, neutral glue, twine, galvanized clips, staplers, needles,
paper /x 11, 8 2x 14;

- 20 laptops;

- 3 central servers;

- 100 tents for temporary shelters for documents and stakeholders;

- 20 mobile radio communication;

- 20 cellular phones;

- 15 semi-professional digital cameras;

- 8 GPS;

- 200 yards helmets equipped with lamps (type helmets minors);

- 30 flashlights heavy duty;

- 10 type vehicles pick up;











- 5 trucks;

- Interim storage area: 10,000 square meters. A space is proposed to us by officials of the Historical Park
Cane to Sugar, but it is far from enough;

- 2000 were metal cylinders with;

- 2000 scaffolds with tubular joints;

- 30 containers 20 x 40 feet;

- 100 canteens metal or hard plastic.


c) Financial resources:

We also need money for:

- Ensure logistics (fuel, food, miscellaneous transportation, communication costs, etc.).

- Make the leasing of space for filing;

- Rent or buy second hand containers, the granting of incentives for participants not voluntary;

- Acquire holdings, photographs and audio video before the earthquake;

- Prepare a written report and photographs of damage;

- Acquire software inventory and assemble a database;

- Etc.

Your cash donations may be sent to the bank account number as follows: National Archives of Haiti BRH
111 00 60 38 or by check made payable to "National Archives of Haiti whose address is:

22 Angle Street Borgella and Geffrard

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (WI)





3. Conditions for participation in Operation Rescue:



- Foreign volunteers must be supported by their governments through their respective institutions or by
national and international organizations or NGOs, including arrangements for their travel, stay and
comprehensive insurance.

- National Archives of Haiti take care of their home, their installation, division and coordination tasks.










4. Contacts:


Contact us as soon as the archives, libraries or historical reference, works of art especially paintings are
under the rubble. If it rains, which is quite likely because the rainy season promises, risks are much
greater.

a) Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, director of the National Archives of Haiti;

E-mail: bertrandlouissaint@yahoo.fr

Phone: (509) 36 78 05 31 / 35 58 03 29 / 34 58 55 28


b) Joseph Harold Gaspard, architectural monuments;

President ICOM Haiti

Telephone: (509) 34 46 2888

E-mail: icom.haiti_01 @ yahoo.com, haroldgaspard@yahoo.ca


c) A. Lewis CLORMEUS sociologist and collector;

Phone: (509) 34 57 3659

E-mail: Iclormeus@yahoo.fr


Done at Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, January 26, 2010










Devastating earthquake / Haiti January 12, 2010

Crisis: "World Heritage in Danger"

Sites affected:

- Heritage public buildings partially or totally destroyed by the earthquake and of archival, administrative
documents, photographs, books, documents in various formats (cassette, cd, dvd, etc..), Art objects and
other incorporation of cultural heritage and history of Haiti;

- The local cultural institutions of public utility and guardians of historical memory and cultural heritage
elements of Haiti;

- Private residences with important collections and archives constitute the cultural heritage and history of
Haiti.

Operation Rescue of Movable Cultural Heritage:

- Archives and private;

Public Libraries and private, artistic and archaeological objects;

Documents Audio Visual;

- Movable cultural objects.


Emergency response:
1.1 Short term:
1.1.1. Substantiation of damaged buildings;
1.1.2. Training staff in handling and transport of cultural property;
1.1.3. Recover, identify and briefly to Box archives, documents, books, household objects and works of
art;
1.1.4 .. Transporter cultural property in a safe place and ensure that minimum standards of conservation
are met.
1.2 A medium term up a national inventory system and proceed with the digitization of such cultural
property.
1.3 A long-term reconstruction of areas damaged by ensuring compliance with minimum standards for
preservation.

2. Urgent needs:


a) Human resources:

- Specialists in shoring of damaged buildings;

- Archivists restaurateurs experienced in rescue in the event of natural disasters;

- Specialists in restoration of murals;

- Teachers in archival handling and transport of administrative documents;

- Records managers, practitioners specializing in applied software for archiving;

- Techies mastering software applied to archival;











- Specialists in digitization and management of databases that will conduct visits short and long durations
(supported in whole or in part by their institutions);

- 40 archivists Haitian and foreign volunteers (group leaders) including computer scientists and specialists
in restoration and digitization;

- 10 to 15 collectors Archives bulk group, are 200 to 300 volunteers (historians, archivists, artists,
numismatists, sculptors, lawyers, students, associations and friends of Heritage);

- 40 operators and computer operators;

- Specialists and technicians in conservation of paper, paints, etc..;

- Specialist assembling inventory system movable cultural heritage expert photographer


b) Physical resources:

- 60,000 boxes of archives antacids dimensions: length: 0,35 m / width: 0,35 m / Height: 0,35 m.

- 150,000 plastic gloves;

- 150,000 cache-nez;

- 30,000 tape (sticky neutral);

- Pencils, pens, labels, wrapping paper, neutral, neutral glue, twine, galvanized clips, staplers, needles,
paper x 11, 8 x 14;

- 20 laptops;

- 3 central servers;

- 100 tents for temporary shelters for documents and stakeholders;

- 20 mobile radio communication;

- 20 cellular phones;

- 15 semi-professional digital cameras;

- 8 GPS;

- 200 yards helmets equipped with lamps (type helmets minors);

- 30 flashlights heavy duty;

- 10 type vehicles pick up;

- 5 trucks;

- Interim storage area: 10,000 square meters. A space is proposed to us by officials of the Historical Park
Cane to Sugar, but it is far from enough;

- 2000 were metal cylinders with;











- 2000 scaffolds with tubular joints;

- 30 containers 20 x 40 feet;

- 100 canteens metal or hard plastic.


c) Financial resources:

We also need money for:

* Ensure logistics (fuel, food, miscellaneous transportation, communication costs, etc.).

* Make the leasing of space for filing;

* Rent or buy second hand containers, the granting of incentives for participants not voluntary;

* Acquire holdings, photographs and audio video before the earthquake;

* Prepare a written report and photographs of damage;

* Acquire software inventory and assemble a database;

* Etc.

Your cash donations may be sent to the bank account number as follows: National Archives of Haiti BRH
111 00 60 38 or by check made payable to "National Archives of Haiti whose address is:

22 Angle Street Borgella and Geffrard

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (WI)


3. Conditions for participation in Operation Rescue:

- Foreign volunteers must be supported by their governments through their respective institutions or by
national and international organizations or NGOs, including arrangements for their travel, stay and
comprehensive insurance.

- National Archives of Haiti take care of their home, their installation, division and coordination tasks.


4. Contacts:


Contact us as soon as the archives, libraries or historical reference, works of art especially paintings are
under the rubble. If it rains, which is quite likely because the rainy season promises, risks are much
greater.

a) Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, director of the National Archives of Haiti;

E-mail: bertrandlouissaint(Dyahoo.fr

Phone: (509) 36 78 05 31 / 35 58 03 29 / 34 58 55 28











b) Joseph Harold Gaspard, architectural monuments;

President ICOM Haiti

Telephone: (509) 34 46 2888

E-mail: icom.haiti_01 @ yahoo.com, haroldgaspard)@yahoo.ca


c) A. Lewis CLORMEUS sociologist and collector;

Phone: (509) 34 57 3659

E-mail: Iclormeus)@yahoo.fr




Done at Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, January 26, 2010




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