Haiti earthquake: Progress report, 2010-2015

This progress report marks the 5th anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. The report consists of programmatic and financial data collected in country and provides information on cumulative progress achieved by CARE over the five years since the 2010 earthquake, as well as current activities and future plans.

Information on CARE’s main areas of programming in the transition from emergency response to development is given under the following headings:

  • Rebuilding thriving neighborhoods
  • Building healthier communities
  • Promoting equal access to quality education
  • Boosting sexual and reproductive health
  • Rebuilding livelihoods
  • Haiti’s fragile food security

This is followed by a section outlining the lessons CARE has learned from its emergency response in Haiti, in particular about coordination, accountability and gender in emergencies.

  • Countries: Haiti
  • Published: January 2015

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