Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihoods3
EXAMINING LINKAGES BETWEEN DRR AND LIVELIHOODS:
The report is the result o research carried out by the Feinstein International Center at TutsUniversity. The research team consisted o the ollowing individual: Karen Jacobsen, AnastasiaMarshak, Daniel Maxwell, Jeevan Sharma, Elizabeth Stites, and Peter Walker. All members o theteam contributed to the writing o the report.
The Feinstein International Center at Tuts University would like to thank the Oce o U.S.Foreign Disaster Assistance/USAID or its support o the Disaster Risk Reduction and LivelihoodsProgramming research. This review would not have been possible without the help o FIC ResearchAssistants Nicole Coglianese and Eric Anderson. FIC would also like to thank sta rom the Oceo U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance/USAID, Overseas Development Institute, Catholic Relie Services, Oxam America, World Bank, CARE, Mercy Corps, the Oce o Management andBudget, and the American Red Cross or their helpul insight into DRR.
DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND FINANCIAL STRATEGIES OF THE POOR:
DEMAND FOR, ACCESS TO, AND IMPACT OF CASH IN HAITI FOLLOWINGTHE 2010 EARTHQUAKE
This report is the result o a collaborative eort between the Feinstein International Center at TutsUniversity and Interuniversity Institute or Research and Development (INURED) in Haiti. Theresearch team consisted o the ollowing individuals: Louis Herns Marcelin , Hugues Foucault, andCalixte Clérismé rom INURED, and Karen Jacobsen and Anastasia Marshak rom FIC. Allmembers o the team contributed to the writing o the report.
We would like to thank USAID, Oce o Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) or unding theresearch and or their support throughout the process. We would also like to express our prooundthanks and gratitude to all those who took time to talk to us in relation to the research. Thisincludes: sta o national and international NGOs in Haiti; local community leaders in Port-au-Prince; and in particular, members o the communities where we conducted our interviews. Wewould like to thank the leadership o INURED or their support: Louis Herns Marcelin, as well asPeter Walker o the Feinstein International Center. We would also like to thank the researchassistants who assisted us in our work: Matthew Herbert and Anne Wanlund. The ollowing studentsparticipated in the eld work: Jephthey Pierre Louis, Josue Posy, Widney Fortune, Jean OnyCelestin, Fed-kedny Exantus, Theresa Guervi, Kassandra Gaelle Alexandre, Brenuma Sebien, Dana Jean Pierre, Michel Fernie, David Jasmin, Dider Deslorge, Jean Sergo Louis, Johnny Fontaine, andMario Maisonneuve. The research also greatly beneted rom the administrative help at theFeinstein Center: Anita Robbins, Elizabeth O’Leary, Rosa Pendenza, and Ann O’Brien. It should benoted that all remaining errors and omissions should be attributed to the writers o this report.