February 4–6, 2013, Washington, DC
Haiti, Three Years after the Earthquake:
The Time for Accountability by Haiti Advocacy Working Group
2013 presents itself as a time of reckoning, an opportunity to assess the impact of the last three years, based on the principles of accountability, transparency, governance, inclusion, participation, and consultation.
- How did the plans envisioned take into the account the needs of the majority of Haitians who are poor and vulnerable?
- How were their voices included in the process of reconstruction and development?
- What was the impact of the programs and projects implemented on the majority of Haitians?
The Haiti Advocacy Working Group is asking you to save the date for discussions around the 3rd Commemoration of the earthquake in Haiti. Please join us as we host a series of panel discussions on agriculture, housing, and women rights, with grassroots partners from Haiti, members of Congress and their staff, Diaspora, friends of Haiti, and media outlets.
9am-3pm: Advocacy strategy sessions
4:30pm-6pm: Panel on Gender featuring Haitian and other Haiti experts
7pm-9pm: Reception with members of Congress and staff
8:15am-9am: Interfaith Prayer Breakfast
9am-3pm: Panel discussions on Agriculture, Accountability and Housing with Haitians and other Haiti experts
Advocacy visits on the Hill
To RSVP, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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