ON HAITI, ON DEVELOPMENT | Can Haiti rebuild a food system broken by disaster, historical injustice, and neglect?

February 2, 2022

Years of political unrest, under-investment in agriculture, and repeated earthquakes and storms have left 4.3 million people facing acute hunger.

Source: Can Haiti rebuild a food system broken by disaster, historical injustice, and neglect? The New Humanitarian, by Sarah Jean, Evens Mary and Thin Lei Win, February 2, 2022

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