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La Protection des droits humains des personnes déplacées internes en lien avec le séisme de 2010 (Janvier - Juin 2014)

Ce rapport semestriel, qui ne prétend pas à l’exhaustivité, fournit un aperçu de la diversité des programmes et activités d’une partie des acteurs étatiques et non-gouvernementaux œuvrant dans le domaine de la protection des personnes déplacées internes en Haïti. Ce rapport a été préparé par le Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l’homme (HCDH)/Section des droits de l’homme (SDH) de la MINUSTAH à partir des informations soumises par divers acteurs dans le domaine de la protection dans les camps de personnes déplacées internes (DPI) issues du séisme du 12 janvier 2010.

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Haiti Humanitarian Needs Overview: Mid-Year Review (July 2014)

The updated Humanitarian Needs Overview highlights basic services, protection and durable solutions for IDPs, health and WASH related to the cholera epidemic, severe food and nutrition insecurity and high vulnerability and low resilience to natural hazards as priorities.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Bi-Annual Report on Human Rights in Haiti – July to December 2013 Executive Summary

This report, prepared by the Human Rights Section of MINUSTAH / High Commissioner for Human Rights (HRS), presents and analyses key elements of the situation of human rights in Haiti between July and December 2013. It follows a report covering the period January to June 2013, published in September 2013.

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Rappport semestriel sur les droits de l’homme en Haiti : Juillet – Décembre 2013

Ce rapport, préparé par la Section des droits de l’homme de la MINUSTAH / Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l’homme (SDH), présente et analyse des éléments clés de la situation des droits de l’homme en Haïti entre juillet et décembre 2013. Il fait suite à un rapport couvrant la période de janvier à juin 2013, publié en septembre 2013.

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Rapport OMD (objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement) 2013 - Haïti : un nouveau regard

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Haïti un nouveau regard

Le Gouvernement, que j’ai l’honneur de diriger, est heureux de mettre à la disposition des citoyens et des acteurs du développement, le deuxième rapport national sur le suivi de la mise en oeuvre des objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (OMD).

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Coffee and Mango Production in a Changing Climate - CIAT Policy Brief

Key messages

  • Haiti’s agricultural production may be strongly affected by sea-level rise and more frequent extreme weather events (e.g., hurricanes) hitting coastal areas.

  • The quality and yields of coffee in regions where it is currently produced (especially at lower elevations) may decline as a result of lower rainfall and higher night and daytime temperatures.

  • A projected upward shift in the areas where coffee is suitable will increase the risk of high-altitude forests and protected areas being converted to cropland.

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Disasters, Development and Durable Solutions to Displacement: Insights from Haiti

The earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 sparked a massive displacement crisis. At the peak of the crisis, there were over 1.5 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 1,500 camps scattered across Port-au-Prince and the surrounding regions. Four years later, approximately 147,000 IDPs remain in 271 camps. These declines are dramatic, but it is difficult to determine the extent to which those uprooted have been able to access truly durable solutions to their displacement, and what should be done to support solutions for those who remain displaced.

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Climate Change Resilience: The case of Haiti

Report
Oxfam

Author: Bhawan Singh, University of Montréal, and Marc J. Cohen, Oxfam America

Haiti has long faced severe natural and human-created hazards due to its location in the Caribbean hurricane zone and to widespread deforestation. Hazards including storms, floods, and droughts have highly destructive impacts on buildings, land, water, livestock, and people in Haiti. The poorest Haitians, including low-income women, children, and elderly people, are especially vulnerable. What are the impacts of climate change, now and in the future?

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Adaptation aux changements climatiques : Le cas d’Haïti

Report
Oxfam

BHAWAN SINGH/MARC J. COHEN

UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL/OXFAM AMERICA

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Supporting Durable Solutions to Urban, Post-Disaster Displacement: Challenges and Opportunities in Haiti

IOM-Brookings report on durable solutions to displacement in Haiti

Haiti - The results of a study produced by IOM and the Brookings Institution entitled: “Supporting durable solutions to urban, post-disaster displacement: Challenges and opportunities in Haiti” are being presented today at IOM’s Headquarters in Geneva.

International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Vertically Integrated Peace Building and Community Violence Reduction in Haiti

Gang-driven violence in the urban slums of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, has been a preoccupation of international peace-building efforts for the past decade, yet continues to pose a serious threat to peace and stability in the country. These communities have, in recent years, been the site of an ongoing series of experiments, involving a range of different actors, aimed at reclaiming them from armed gangs; however, the isolated and fragmented nature of these interventions has reduced their cumulative impact.

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Humanitarian crises, emergency preparedness and response: the role of business and the private sector - A strategy and options analysis of Haiti

This paper analyses the role of the private sector in humanitarian action in Haiti, with a particular focus on the response to the devastating earthquake that struck Port-au-Prince in 2010. During the response, international and Haitian businesses participated in humanitarian efforts – both directly assisting populations and working with aid agencies – for commercial and philanthropic reasons.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Formal and informal material aid following the 2010 Haiti earthquake as reported by camp dwellers

​Following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, more than two million people moved to temporary camps, most of which arose spontaneously in the days after the earthquake. This study focuses on the material assistance people in five Port-au-Prince camps reported receiving, noting the differences between assistance from formal aid agencies and from ‘informal’ sources such as family.

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Challenges in humanitarian information management and exchange: evidence from Haiti

The humanitarian response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake marked a watershed moment for humanitarian information management. A new study analyses the challenges encountered and offers recommendations for overcoming them.

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Cholera in Haiti: An End in Sight

Concerted efforts have resulted in a steady reduction in the number of people affected and killed by cholera over the last three years.

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Analyse de la situation des personnes agées de plus de 50 ans en Haïti - mars 2013

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Analyse de la situation des personnes agées de plus de 50 ans en haïti Mars 2013

Depuis quelques années, puis récemment dans le contexte post-séisme, au niveau des programmes étatiques et organisations humanitaires, l’emphase est mise sur la vulnérabilité des enfants

et des femmes, des femmes enceintes, des personnes vivant avec le VIH entre autres.
Qu’en estil des personnes âgées qui, selon les textes de lois internationaux ratifiés par HAITI auxquels

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La Protection des droits humains en Haïti, juillet - septembre 2013

Ce rapport trimestriel, qui ne prétend pas à l’exhaustivité, fournit un aperçu de la diversité des programmes et activités d’une partie des acteurs étatiques et non‐gouvernementaux œuvrant dans le domaine de la pro‐ tection en Haïti. Ce rapport a été préparé par le Haut‐Commissariat aux droits de l’homme (HCDH)/Section des droits de l’homme (SDH) de la MINUSTAH à partir des informations soumises par divers acteurs dans les domaines de la protection, des violences basées sur le genre, et de la protection de l’enfant en partenariat avec l’UNICEF.

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Les mécanismes de financement de la MINUSTAH en Haïti

Report
CERFAS

Contenu :

I) Financement du budget de la MINUSTAH par les pays membres de l’ONU p. 2
II) Contributions volontaires aux opérations p. 3
III) Interventions de la MINUSTAH en Haïti p. 4
IV) Enjeux économiques et politiques p. 5
V) Perspectives p. 6

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MINUSTAH: A financial overview of peacekeeping in Haiti

Report
CERFAS

Content:

I) Funding of MINUSTAH budget by U.N member states p. 2

II) Voluntary contributions to peacekeeping p. 3

III) MINUSTAH’s interventions in Haïti p. 4

IV) Economic and political challenges p. 5

V) Perspectives p. 6