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Climate Change Resilience: The Case of Haiti


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Disaster preparedness, resilience and risk reduction, Disaster risk reduction, Disasters, Drought, Earthquakes, Environment, Floods & landslides, Food and nutrition, Food security
Author(s):Singh, B. and Cohen, M. J.
Date published:1 March 2014

This research report asserts that the prospects for climate change resilience in Haiti are now intricately tied to post-earthquake reconstruction. As Haiti turns its attention to preparing for more disasters and rebuilds significant portions of its infrastructure, it is essential to seize this opportunity to integrate climate resilience into these efforts.

Oxfam Research Reports are written to share research results, to contribute to public debate and to invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice. They do not necessarily reflect Oxfam policy positions. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of Oxfam.

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