Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Grand’Anse: Farmers Struggling to Rebuild their Lives Post-Hurricane Matthew

Nine months after Hurricane Matthew devastated the southern peninsula of Haiti, farmers who have been  self-sufficient are now struggling to make ends meet. They  have been unable to afford to buy the staples that they once grew in their fields. With the exodus of humanitarian aid, many feel that they have been forgotten by their own government. They are worried about the government’s ability and interest in assisting their recovery from the hurricane that ruined their lives, destroyed their livelihoods and left behind $2.8 billion in damage. Read Full Article HERE After Hurricane Matthew, many  victims in Haiti feel abandoned Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald July 14, 2017 PLAINE GOMMIERS, HAITI: A feisty Vanette Joseph slowly navigates her way through a field of debris, passing broken branches and other reminders of last year’s devastating 145-mph hurricane before spying one of her few surviving plants. […]

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