Faith and Action for Haiti’s Displaced

Danielle Crooks writes about housing issues in Haiti in the latest Third Way Cafe.

Currently, Haiti is experiencing a housing crisis and its government does not have a centralized institution to manage it. The country’s constitution requires the government to recognize the right to decent housing for those who cannot find a home for themselves. An example of a housing program is the 16-6 program, which called for the clearing of six displacement camps and the rehabilitation of sixteen neighborhoods. As part of the rehabilitation process, the government offered a $500 one-time rental subsidy for those who did not own homes.

Read the entire article here.

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