Haiti at 18 months: progress made despite challenges

Photo: Sue Pleming

When hurricane season began on June 1, InterAction members working in Haiti were prepared for the storms with warehouses stocked with items such as water, kerosene stoves, tents and other equipment. This disaster preparedness builds on the work international NGOs have been doing to help Haitians rebuild their lives after the devastating earthquake on January 12, 2010.

Please visit our Haiti page for updates from our members on their programs there over the last 18 months since the earthquake, including:

  • Haiti Aid Map: Financial, program and sector data for work being done by InterAction members in Haiti.
  • Resources: Read year-one progress reports from InterAction members and information from partners including the U.S. government, the UN, Haiti Interim Reconstruction Commission and others.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Answers to questions ranging from how much private money was raised after the earthquake to current preparations to deal with the hurricane season.
  • Multimedia: Photos and videos from InterAction members working in Haiti focused on earthquake recovery.
  • Monday Developments Magazine: Read the special January 2011 double-issue focused exclusively on Haiti.