Haiti programme plan 2012

Haiti programme plan 2012

28 February 2012

This is Concern Worldwide's 2012 programme plan for Haiti. The following is an excerpt from the document, which can be downloaded below.

A year and a half after the 7.3 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti, 595,000 Haitians continue to live in 894 spontaneous settlements. Although camp populations have decreased significantly in recent months, and 94% of the remaining residents express the desire to leave the camps, many of Haiti’s most vulnerable earthquake victims continue to reside in spontaneous settlements scattered mainly around Port-au-Prince. These camp residents, for the most part former-renters of now uninhabitable properties, are sans solution; lacking any alternative shelter solution should they be forced to leave the camp. In recent months, the vulnerability of these remaining individuals has been exacerbated as private landowners resort to forced evictions to remove internally displaced people from their land, while international development agencies, moving from away emergency response towards long-term recovery and development, reduce the provision of free services in camps.

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Haiti programme plan 2012

This is Concern Worldwide's 2012 programme plan for Haiti. The following is an excerpt from the document, which can be downloaded below.