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Supporting Education in Haiti A Directory of Civil Society Organizations

Supporting Education in Haiti A Directory of Civil Society Organizations

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Published by Laurette M. Backer
Supporting Education in Haiti
A Directory of Civil Society Organizations
Earthquake recovery update - July 2010
Working in the Education Sector in Haiti
Supporting Education in Haiti
A Directory of Civil Society Organizations
Earthquake recovery update - July 2010
Working in the Education Sector in Haiti

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Supporting Education in Haiti
A Directory of Civil Society Organizations Working in the Education Sector in Haiti 
Ehqke reve ueJl 2010
 
a de  cvl Seozs Wk  heE Se  H
 
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On January 12, 2010, a catastrophicearthquake destroyed much o the capital o Haiti, Port-au-Prince, and its surroundingareas o Jacmel, Petit-Goâve and Léogâne. Theearthquake caused widespread damage andloss o lie. It is estimated that more than a quarter o a million people have died with upto a million people let homeless.In the educational sector, there is little leto the Ministry o Education (MENFP) andmany NGOs have been severely damaged ordestroyed. Many ocials and sta have losttheir lives or suered injury. There are ewschools let standing in aected areas, losso human lie among students and teachersis inevitably enormous, loss o equipmentand materials extensive, and schooling hasbeen seriously interrupted. To compoundthe problem, there has been an emergingmigration o survivors to other areas addingchallenges to an already ragile system o education.The need or minimum quality educationservices in this post-crisis period isimperative. Children must return to a regularschedule o constructive and organizedactivity immediately. This will help develop“a sense o normalcy, stability, structure andhope or the uture” (Inter-Agency Networkor Education in Emergencies or INEE).The May 2010 update o the directory responds to the post-earthquake educationrecovery eort. This update reconnects withthe organizations identied and providesa status check around organizationalunctionality, changes to their traditionaleducation activities, updates to contact andstang inormation, and an update on eachorganization’s post-earthquake educationrecovery activities. The availability o thispost-earthquake recovery inormation canbe used to support heightened coordinationamong local Haitian organizations, theprivate sector, donors and the HaitianDiaspora and their individual and collectiveactivities as they work to rebuild theeducation sector in Haiti.
a de  cvl Seozs Wk  heE Se  H

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This update reconnects with the organizations identified and provides a status check around organizational functionality, changes to their traditional education activities, updates to contact and staffing information, and an update on each organization’s post-earthquake education recovery activities.

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