Natural Disasters in Haiti...

...earthquakes, hurricanes and landslides

UPDATES ON 2010 EARTHQUAKE, HURRICANE MATTHEW & MORE

Seven Years On: Haiti Earthquake
Scotland For Haiti: Entertainers Rally for a Series of Fundraising Events
Inconvenient Truth: Hurricane Matthew & Cholera
Hurricane Matthew: An Update from the Haiti Support Group
Leading Haitian Lawyer highlights rights crisis for earthquake victims
Can disasters become an opportunity? Building back better in Aceh, Myanmar and Haiti
Talks on Haiti in London
Talks on Haiti in London
The forgotten victims of Haiti’s earthquake
Cholera Crisis in Haiti, Four Years on from Disaster
The Guardian Reports: Where is US Aid Money Going?
Four Years On: Post-Earthquake Facts and Figures
Amnesty International – Failure to Deal with Consequences of Natural Disaster
Infographic. Still in Shock: Haiti after the Earthquake
Reconstruction’s Massive Slum Will Cost “Hundreds Of Millions”
Reconstructing Haiti: Our Comments
Post-Earthquake Disaster in Haiti
Appeal to protect earthquake victims: Amnesty International
Reflections on the Reconstruction
Saving Haiti and Leaving Behind a Disaster…
Is USAID Mainly Serving U.S. Interests?
How U.N. Caused Haiti’s Cholera Crisis – and Won’t Be Held Responsible
Audit Finds US Loan Program in Haiti Filled with Flaws
Subsidizing Starvation
Subsidizing Starvation
Has the Dust Even Settled? Haiti’s Earthquake: Three Years Later
Learning from past mistakes in Haiti
‘Building Back Better’ Requires Justice and Haitian Participation
Hundreds of Thousands Remain Homeless in Haiti Three Years After Earthquake
Letter From Haiti: Life in the Ruins
Tumultuous Year Ahead in Haiti
Canada’s Decision to Review Haiti Aid Stirs Controversy
Three Years on and Still Waiting for Recovery
Further Dual Blow to Claims Haiti is “Open for Business”
Disastrous relief for Haiti
Rebuilding in Haiti Lags After Billions in Post-Quake Aid
Resources & Mining: Haiti Awards Permits to Companies
Aid and reconstruction in Haiti: A panel discussion to mark the anniversary of the 2010 earthquake
Interview: Noam Chomsky on Latin America
Haiti-D.R. Cholera Eradication Plan: Where Funding Will Come From?
Haiti quake survivors face eviction from camps – Oxfam
Evidence grows that peacekeepers were source of infection
Haiti’s rising food insecurity risks social tension, says FAO
Already Desperate. Haitian Farmers Left Hopeless After Storm
Rescuing Haitian rice production – when will there be the political will?
Haiti’s Misery before Sandy
One-Month State of Emergency Due to Impact of Hurricane
Hurricane Sandy exposes Haiti’s agriculture and environment woes
The NGO Republic of Haiti
Crises in Haiti Post-Hurricane Reveal International Priorities
Under the Tent: Haitians Living in Fear
Haiti Third in Global Hunger Index
Haiti’s Second Goudougoudou: The Global Food Crisis
Audit: USAID Haiti work ‘not on track’
Haiti and the Shock Doctrine
Housing Exposition Exposes Waste, Cynicism
Pride and Palaces
Pride and Palaces
400,000 Haitians Still displaced
The Creole Connection: New Orleans, Haiti and Catastrophe
Tropical Storm Isaac Sparks Cholera Fears
Tropical Storm Isaac: Victims fault government for not enough “concrete action”
“Under Tents”: International Housing Campaign Launched
Special Edition New Internationalist: Haiti Two Years On
Earthquake Relief where Haiti wasn’t Broken
Film Review: Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?
Tackling Global Poverty: Where Next for Brussels?
Money: Where has it Gone?
UN sees Jump in Cholera Cases as Rainy Season Begins
Post-quake US Food Aid Hurt Haiti Farmers
Prime Minister: Haiti Donor Aid Needs Revision
How Prioritizing Closure of IDP Camps Aids and Abets Illegal and Forcible Evictions
12 January 2012: Year Zero + 2
Speaking Out, Paying the Price: Two Years On
BBC on the Haiti earthquake: Did appeal money make a difference?
Haïti: pourquoi la reconstruction n’a pas eu lieu
Haiti Earthquake 3rd Anniversary Commemoration
Haiti-Séisme-2 ans: Un incroyable fiasco
Where the Relief Money Did and Did Not Go – Haiti after the Quake
Over 5,000 Haitian Cholera Victims Sue UN
Haiti after the Earthquake by Paul Farmer
HSG calls for an end to inhumane camp evictions
Overwhelming Majority Living in Displacement Camps
Hurricane Emily’s Near-Miss Too Close for IDPs
Behind Closed Doors of Port-au-Prince “Reconstruction”
Cholera in Haiti Surges in Storm Areas
HSG at House of Commons Commemoration of 12 Jan 2010 Earthquake
Verdict: Cholera Outbreak Originated in UN Camp
Haitians Forced Out of Tents to Homes Just as Precarious
Beverly Bell on Disaster Capitalism in Haiti
Settlement Camps: Many Leaving
Climate Change Worry in Struggling Haiti
NGOs in Haiti face new questions about their effectiveness
One Year On: Haitians on Haiti
Earthquake One-Year On: Haitians on Haiti
Clinton Struggles on with Interim Reconstruction Commission
Al Jazeera Inside Story – Haiti: A Nation in Trouble
Miami Rice: The Business of Disaster in Haiti
Co-operative Agrikol Bab, Montaca, San Marc
Selling Subordination as Stabilization – Report by International Action Ties
Anger Erupts at UN as Cholera Toll Nears 1,000
Surge of Cholera Feared in Haiti’s Crowded Capital
Public Lecture and Haiti Workshops at University College London
Haiti ‘got very lucky’ as Tomas Skirted Island
Breaking News: Haiti cholera matches South Asian strain
Nepalese peacekeepers accused of bringing disease as Tropical Storm Tomas approaches
Reports on Haiti’s Cholera Outbreak
Uncoordinated and Unworkable Plan: Haiti Grassroots Watch Reports
Haiti: Still trapped in the Emergency Phase
Haiti still waiting for pledged US aid
Storm shreds aging tents in Haiti earthquake camps
Storm kills five, adds to homeless misery in Haiti
Getting their Reward on Earth: Haitian Social Movements and Reconstruction
US: Unrealistic to Expect Immediate Quake Recovery
Just 2 percent of quake debris in Haiti cleared
Work resumes Seven Months after Quake
Délégation APP/UE : Haïti doit rester une priorité
Violence marring Haiti’s recovery
Earthquake Survivors Demonstrate regarding camp conditions
Plus Ça Change – The Republic of NGOs, But Which Ones?
Campaign for the Rights of those Displaced by Earthquake
“We’ve lost the battle – but not the war” – Post-Earthquake Haiti
Landowners try to evict Refugee Camps
Post-Earthquake Priorities
Reconstruction Commission members announced
“Stop the food Aid,” Préval tells Obama
PAP seaport back in action
Following the Aid Money to Haiti. Billions Donated, Millions Hungry and Homeless
The Earthquake. Our Assessment
Jobs and Tents: Préval Appeals
Slow heroes
Slow heroes
Journalists Begin to Leave
UNIFEM announces deaths
UNIFEM announces deaths
Looking for Post-Earthquake Survivors
Jacmel: 2,000 Families Affected
Earthquake leaves 750,000 Homeless
“Only God is in charge”
Huge Death Toll in Haiti
Huge Death Toll in Haiti
Caribbean Journalists Link Up with Haiti
Haiti Briefing 67: Victims Become Victims – Again (HB67)
Haiti Briefing 67: Victims Become Victims – Again (HB67)
2.19MB Relocation, Relocation, Relocation—Haiti style Amass of torn tarpaulins, broken stakes and a jumble of personal possessions – it looked like an early season hurricane had passed through. In fact it was a demolition job by armed thugs working...

No Room at the Inn (HB64)
No Room at the Inn (HB64)
253KB Haiti's biggest humanitarian challenge since Second World War You see it first and best from the air. Translucent, deep blue specks, as yet unfaded by the remorseless sun, they stand out against the turquoise seawater and the beige of the dry landscape. As...

Hurricane George - Coup de Grace (HB30)
Hurricane George - Coup de Grace (HB30)
6.82MB Rain brought by Hurricane George began to fall on the treeless mountainsides of Haiti on September 22. That night, the small town of Fonds Verrettes in the south-east was wiped off the face of the earth by a seven-foot wave of flood water, mud...

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