Haiti earthquake: Five-year progress report

This report presents a collective portrait of the Red Cross and Red Crescent plans, achievements and financial expenditure in response to the earthquake on 12 January 2010 in Haiti. It reflects a consolidated picture of the best available data obtained in Haiti and through the participation of Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies and organizations around the world. This is the fourth Federation-wide public reportin the proposed series of reports and presents the cumulative achievements of the Red Cross and Red Crescent since the earthquake.

– IFRC, 2015

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