by Athena Kolbe, Marie Puccio and Robert Muggah. Igarapé Institute, Strategic Note 6, December 2012, 13 pages
Excerpt from the introduction:
The 2012 hurricane season generated profound impacts on Haiti’s population by reducing food security and limiting basic service provision. Garnering lessons from these events can potentially help mitigate a future food crisis. Drawing on
extensive household surveys conducted in October and November 2012, key findings of this Strategic Note include:
Continue reading After the Storm: Haiti’s Coming Food Crisis
by the Caribbean Journal staff. Originally posted in the Caribbean Journal.
Haiti President Michel Martelly’s Rome trip included a meeting with Jose Graziano da Silva, the director general of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization at the organization’s headquarters.
Martelly stressed the need for a contingency plan in Haiti to deal with the damage caused by the two storms that have damaged Haiti in the last several months, Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Isaac.
Da Silva reportedly informed Martelly that the FAO was working to respond to natural disasters in Haiti.
Continue reading In the News: Haiti, FAO Talk in Rome