Roberto Di Caro

Haiti at a Crossroads

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The earthquake has disrupted Haiti's plans for poverty reduction, schooling, health promotion and the radical restructuring of public accounts. It has destroyed wealth and financial resources, but it has attracted a large amount of money from international organizations in the form of aid and investments. Haiti has to set its future course of action. Reconstruction is a driver for growth, but it involves clamping down on corruption and violence, or gangs and criminal organizations will deplete the country's natural, human and financial resources.


  • Haiti
  • Earthquake
  • Reconstruction


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