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Housing Delivery and Housing Finance in Haiti

Operationalizing the national housing policy

Although the 2010 earthquake destroyed much of Haiti's urban infrastructure, it is not the sole cause of the nation's distress today. Rather, the earthquake exposed weaknesses in Haiti's housing ecosystem—including delivery blockages and the absence of effective supply and demand value chains that must be addressed or the nation will never be able to build a successful society with quality affordable urban housing.

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