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Haiti Progress Report: January – December 2011

Haiti Progress Report: January – December 2011

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Published by Oxfam
As we reported in the one-year progress report, Oxfam raised approximately $98 million for its three-year earthquake response program. A further $8 million income was raised in 2011, bringing total income raised to $106 million. By the end of 2011, Oxfam will have spent approximately $96 million. These funds have been used to meet the basic needs of earthquake survivors and to establish more durable solutions to people’s long-term poverty.

The main theme of this report is transition, set within a context of continuing humanitarian need, with more than half a million people still acutely affected two years on. Detailed sections cover Oxfam’s work in the following areas: provision of safe water and sanitation facilities; economic development and job creation; rebuilding communities; the need for protection; and a long-term partnership approach.
This report is intended to account to the individuals, governments, and other institutions that have given so generously to the Earthquake Fund, and to partner organizations, allies, staff, and volunteers.
As we reported in the one-year progress report, Oxfam raised approximately $98 million for its three-year earthquake response program. A further $8 million income was raised in 2011, bringing total income raised to $106 million. By the end of 2011, Oxfam will have spent approximately $96 million. These funds have been used to meet the basic needs of earthquake survivors and to establish more durable solutions to people’s long-term poverty.

The main theme of this report is transition, set within a context of continuing humanitarian need, with more than half a million people still acutely affected two years on. Detailed sections cover Oxfam’s work in the following areas: provision of safe water and sanitation facilities; economic development and job creation; rebuilding communities; the need for protection; and a long-term partnership approach.
This report is intended to account to the individuals, governments, and other institutions that have given so generously to the Earthquake Fund, and to partner organizations, allies, staff, and volunteers.

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Haiti ProgressReport
January-December 2011
 
2 Haiti Progress Report 2011
Contents
Foreword 4Introduction 51. Provision of safe water and sanitation 92. Economic development and job creation 183. Rebuilding communities 244. The need for protection 285. A long-term partnership approach 316. Finance 357. The future 37Front cover: Oxfam is working with community organization OFAMOLA(Oganizasyon Fanm Mon Laza) to deliver a waste management program inDelmas. This involves persuading people in the neighborhood not to throwtheir trash onto the streets and to take part in a rubbish collection scheme,for which they pay a subscription. These street cleaners also receive a smallpayment from the project for sweeping the streets.All pictures in this report are taken by
Jane Beesley,
unless otherwise stated.
 
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Acronyms
CAMEP Central Metropolitan Authority for Clean Water DINEPA National Directorate for Water and SanitationDRR Disaster risk reductionDWR Disaster Waste RecoveryGoH Government of HaitiIOM International Organization for MigrationNGO Non Governmental Organization
OCHAOfcefortheCoordinationofHumanitarianAffairs
ORS Oral rehydration solutionPHP Public health promotionSMCRS Department of Public Works Solid Waste Collection DivisionWASH Water, sanitation, and hygiene

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