The NGO sector has been roundly condemned for failing to deliver effective humanitarian aid after the Haitian earthquake. Critically assess the extent to which NGOs are deserving of these criticisms. However, last September more than 85, Haitians were still living in tents Dec, , which shows that the reconstruction and development efforts have been slow despite having billions to spend on rebuilding the country. There have been many criticisms of the NGO sector for failing to deliver effective humanitarian aid after the earthquake. This report will argue that although the NGO sector could have done more to deliver effective humanitarian aid, there were many other challenges and limitations which must be taken into account when assessing to what extent they deserve such criticisms. This report will firstly discuss what the Haitian earthquake was and why it was such a disastrous event.
Health Outcomes for Children in Haiti Since the 2010 Earthquake: A Systematic Review
Emergency response to the devastating earthquake has grown into a system of care that now serves thousands of patients and has become a model for overcoming systemic and structural challenges. Content advisory: This article talks about sensitive issues including suicide and mental illness. What followed was a relationship of support and clinical care that has stretched over years, ever since that phone call.
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