The hurricane season in Haiti is over, fortunately without disaster. It is time to focus on sustainable solutions for a country that needs stability!
Haiti is an island increasingly affected by the risks of hurricanes and natural shocks as a result of climate change. The population and territories of the Caribbean island are gradually recovering from the cholera crisis and Hurricane Matthew. It hit the southwestern part of the island hard in October 2016, causing considerable damage to infrastructure and housing, particularly in the department of Grand’Anse in coastal areas and on land, where the entire population was affected by the disaster.