Under current plans, there will not be
enough housing solutions by the end of the year to resolve Haiti's displacement
crisis, says IOM.
The problem is particularly acute in
the metropolitan area, with limited space and uncertainty over land ownership.
"Hundreds of thousands of Haitians
are likely still to be living in displacement camps by the end of 2011,"
Luca Dall'Oglio, IOM Haiti's Chief of Mission warned.
Numbers of displaced people living in
camps had fallen from an estimated high of 1.5 million in July 2010 to