The earthquake in 2010 had a devastating effect on Haiti, which was already the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. However, slowly but surely, the country is rebuilding and moving on from this disaster.
Barriers to development include widespread poverty, environmental degradation, a weak government and deep levels of corruption, but the work of Christian Aid and its partners is making a real difference to the lives of poor Haitians. Haiti is vulnerable to global food price rises as it is largely dependent on imported food. That is why supporting Haitian producers is a key part of Christian Aid’s work here.
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Reports and resources
You will receive one of these in your pack. Use this field to request additional posters.
These envelopes can also be used for church collections. Welsh/English.
Each order comes with sealing stickers. Max order 4. Please contact your local office if you would like more.
A4 sheet of stickers. You will receive one of these in your pack. Use this field to request additional sheets.
Sets of 10 copies. A newspaper giveaway for your guests. You will receive one of these in your pack. Use this field to request additional sets.
This case study includes facts, figures and eyewitness accounts from the earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010.
Centre piece for your breakfast table. You will receive one of these in your pack. Use this field to request additional items.
Notes for teachers on the disaster strikes resources.
Christian Aid’s Haiti and the Dominican Republic programme spans the island of Hispaniola, and has offices in both Port au Prince and Santo Domingo. We also draw on the expertise of colleagues from Christian Aid teams in Latin America and staff at Christian Aid’s UK headquarters, as well as INGO networks in the region.
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