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  • 1. Haiti - Shelter
  • 2. Cordaid - CaritasCatholic Organisation for Relief & Development Aid • Most vulnerable in society • Support to / through national partner orgs. (NGOs) Haiti pre-earthquake • 30 years support – Food security and protection (i.e. violence against women). Support immediate after earthquake: • Affected NGOs & tents • Water, health Establishment own Office
  • 3. Selection of Initial areas• Early Damage assessment/indications• Cluster information (strategic direction)• Partner orgs active pre-earthquake (low income/bidonvilles)• Low risk to commence with t-shelter• Field damage-need assessments• No other major agency active
  • 4. Selected Areas Immediate intervention (February 2010)• Commune Grand Goave (Rural: 7th section)• Commune Leogane (Rural: 1st/3rd section).Area for further follow up with GRET (partner NGO)• Urban Port au Prince Villa Rosa (investigate)
  • 5. Additional areas of interventionLeft-out areas (May 2010) • Areas with severe damage and no or few agencies active – Cluster information; damage assessment and commitments shelters.• Commune Grand Goave – City (secondary city)• Commune Carrefour – Tisous (Urban)• Commune Carrefour – Nancocteau (Urban)
  • 6. Haiti – Cordaid Shelter Areas
  • 7. Data, Grand Goave - Leogane Leogane Grand Grand Total 1st and 3rd Goave Goave section 7th Section CityNo. of 1,200 2,300 1,300 4,800familiesNew shelter 800 1,200 300 2,300Repairs to 250 250 700 1,200housesLatrines 1,000 1,300 1,000 3,300
  • 8. Data Carrefour - PaP Port au Port au Carrefour Carrefour Total Prince Prince Nan TiSource St Marie Villa Rosa CocteauNo. of 283 2,500 4,000 2,000 8,783familiesT-shelter 80 1,420 900 600 3,000Repairs 60 340 400 200 1,000to housesLatrines 280 1,820 1,900 1,000 5,000
  • 9. Grand Goave RuralVast area (35km2), social tensions, other NGOs
  • 10. Grand Goave Rural
  • 11. Leogane RuralFlood plane, sanitation, no schools, health facilities
  • 12. Leogane Rural
  • 13. Grand Goave City
  • 14. Grand Goave City
  • 15. Grand Goave City Land issues
  • 16. Grand Goave Citydensity, people from outside
  • 17. Grand Goave City River erosion
  • 18. Carrefour, Tisous water management
  • 19. Carrefour, Tisous environment, landslides
  • 20. Carrefour - Nancocteau flooding-no construction zone
  • 21. Nancocteauregular street pattern Grand Goave City
  • 22. Nancocteaurubble management
  • 23. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa & St Marie
  • 24. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa
  • 25. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa
  • 26. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa rubble management
  • 27. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa density, steep slopes
  • 28. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa Part not affected
  • 29. Port au Prince, Villa Rosa Land slides
  • 30. Cordaid’s shelter programme• A new structure for a house and support to finish the house.• Repairs to damaged houses (yellow houses).• WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene).• Small Community or neighbourhood infrastructure improvements.• Protection/legal support in respect of security of tenure (landownership rights).
  • 31. Implementation StrategyImplementation at community level:• Field survey, assessments including physical mapping• Community Action Planning• Beneficiary Selection for Shelter• Shelter Construction• WASH• Community improvements Other community infrastructure provisions i.e. solid waste disposal, drainage, roads, retaining walls etc
  • 32. Community Action Planning (CAP)• CAP is a tool or a technique to stimulate planning processes with active involvement of the residents of a particular neighbourhood.• The objective is to stimulate and empower the populations to identify and prioritize development interventions relating to reconstruction (shelter, water and sanitation, legal assistance/land rights, community managed disaster risk reduction as a minimum) and• socio-economic development in order for them to receive assistance in implementation of these interventions.• The result is a neighbourhood plan that contains the summary of priority actions for reconstruction.
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