All Case Studies

Yvette stands proudly at the door of her grocery store set up with support from
09/01/2015
DEC member CARE International is supporting local people return to their livelihood and build new communities
Photo of Suzar with other committee members
09/01/2015
Suzar Philippe, member of an Oxfam supported preparedness committee, writes about her work to prepare communities for disasters
Children play football in the ruins of Notre Dame Cathedral, Port-au-Prince
09/01/2015
Peter McNichol, Concern Country Director for Haiti, reflects five years on from the devastating Haiti earthquake
Josette Dorleans, 56, is a well-known trader in her neighbourhood in Delmas 19
11/01/2013
The British Red Cross has been working in Delmas 19, an area in the Haiti capital to rebuild their lives with cash grants. Josette received two enabling her to restart her business.
11/01/2013
Getting Haiti’s children back to school quickly was a key part of Tearfund’s post-quake response.
11/01/2013
In a bid to escape hunger the Noel brothers moved to Haiti's capital to start a sewing shop but the Haiti earthquake of 2010 destroyed it. Through assistance from the British Red Cross they were able to rebuild their livelihood.
Clean water and hygiene are critical to beat diseases like cholera in Haiti
11/01/2013
Clean water and sanitation are critical in stopping diseases such as cholera from spreading as people in Haiti recover from the devasting earthquake of 2010.
Casimir Jean Harrison, recipient of a CAFOD built house in Haiti.
11/01/2013
CAFOD has been working to ensure families in Haiti have moved into new, disaster-resistant homes.
Suzanne
03/06/2011
Older people are amongst the most vulnerable in Haiti, those with no money or income especially so. DEC members have provided solar powered kits to help run lamps and radios increasing the connectivity of the people and giving them lights making them feel safer at night.
Eliana Celan Coto
03/06/2011
Providing cash grants directly to the people in need can help families get back on their feet and purchase the much needed household items which help with the recovery.

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