The arrival of veterinary emergency response teams is an excellent development. Top concerns from a human health perspective is a rapid assessment of both the companion (i.e. rabies) and large animal health (i.e. anthrax) status.
Rabies vaccination coverage was estimated at 20% in Haiti prior to the earthquake, and now there is the concern of stray canine pack formation and foraging competition with human survivors.
Although hog cholera was mentioned as an issue, prioritization for anthrax should be a higher priority based on anthrax's ability to infect and cause serious illness and death in humans. Although an anthrax epizootic/epidemic is unlikely, such an event would have devastating consequences if not controlled quickly- the classic "low probability / high consequence event". Hog cholera does not cause clinically apparent disease in humans. Thus, if pressured to eat hog cholera-infected animals, the risk to humans would be negligible.