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01 Mar 2011 description

General Press Releases 3/2/2011 00:40

?Prime Minister Bellerive, President Clinton, and IHRC Board met in Port-au-Prince to approve new reconstruction projects, urge donors to redouble their efforts

March 1, 2011 - Port-au-Prince, Haiti - The Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) Co-Chairs and Board held a productive meeting in the Haitian capital on Monday, approving a slate of new reconstruction projects valued at US $255 million.

01 Mar 2011 description

Général Communiqués de presse 02/03/2011 12:20

?Le premier ministre Bellerive, le président Clinton et le conseil de la CIRH se sont réunis à Port-au-Prince afin d'approuver de nouveaux projets de reconstruction et d'inviter les donateurs à redoubler leurs efforts.

Le 1er mars 2011 - Port-au-Prince, Haïti - Les coprésidents de la Commission intérimaire de reconstruction d'Haïti (CIRH) et les membres du Conseil ont tenu le lundi 28 février une réunion productive au cours de laquelle de nouveaux projets de reconstruction pour une valeur de $255 millions ont été approuvés.

09 Jul 2010 description

Foreword

It is sometimes hard to remember that it has only been six months since January 12th. Many Haitians, when they speak of the earthquake, refer only to "before" - before, in 35 seconds, they lost so much: friends, family, homes, schools, churches - and their visions of the future.

What happened here on January 12th was a disaster of a magnitude that would have set any country reeling. Over 222,570 people have died, 300,572 injured and a staggering 2.3 million - nearly one quarter of the population - displaced.

01 Mar 2010 description

New York, 1 March 2010 - President Bill Clinton, the United Nations Special Envoy for Haiti, today convened a teleconference with UN officials leading the emergency and humanitarian response in Haiti to assess relief operations, highlight unmet needs on the ground - particularly in areas outside of Port-au-Prince and in advance of the rainy season - and encourage closer coordination with the Government of Haiti and with each other.

During the call President Clinton encouraged the provision of shelter and sanitation for larger numbers of Haitians, the development of hurricane-proof safe …