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Haiti Progress Report 2010

Oxfam was one of the first agencies to respond to the devastating earthquake in Haiti--one of the largest and most complex emergency programs that Oxfam has ever been involved in.

Even in the developed world, recovery from disasters can take years. In a country already suffering from extreme poverty, political instability, and weak and often corrupt state institutions, the task ahead was even more daunting.

This report is intended as a tool to account to the individuals, governments, and other institutions who have given so generously to Oxfam’s humanitarian fund, and to partner organizations and allies, staff, and volunteers. A section on finance towards the end of the report provides an overview of how the money was both raised and spent.

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