Haiti’s Slow Path to Recovery
Since the 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti, recovery efforts have included rebuilding, reforesting, redevelopment, and infusions of foreign aid and global agribusiness. But are these endeavors actually helping Haitians to take charge of their own destiny?
This month, Fordham University will host two high-profile events spotlighting development in the tiny island nation that is still struggling to recover and grow.
See Upcoming at Fordham: The Haiti Experiment for more information on this semester’s Gannon Lecture.
See Fordham Students on the Ground in Haiti for a look at a grassroots project by Fordham students.
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