Haiti emergencies

  1. Fact sheet

    Haiti Progress Report 2014

    On Jan. 12, 2010, a massive earthquake hit Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince, killing 220,000 people, injuring 300,000, and severely damaging great swaths of the city. While enormous challenges remain as the country continues its recovery, Oxfam is committed to helping Haitians and their government build a stronger, more resilient nation.

  2. Research

    Housing Delivery and Housing Finance in Haiti

    Operationalizing the national housing policy

  3. OXFAMCloseup magazine

    OXFAMCloseup, Winter 2013

    Sowing the seeds of a better future.

  4. Brief

    Salt in the Wound

    The urgent need to prevent forced evictions from camps in Haiti

  5. Brief

    Viv Tankou Moun

    Viv Tankou Moun (a Kreyol phrase meaning "to live like a human being") is a survey of 16 camps of Haitian people displaced by the 2010 earthquake. This is an executive summary of the survey results in French followed by English.

  6. Brief

    Planting Now (2nd edition)

    Revitalizing agriculture for reconstruction and development in Haiti

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