Lessons Learned for Hurricane Matthew Response in Haiti
Created: 10/10/2016 +

Overview

These lessons learned are a result of the analysis of main findings and lessons from the impact and response to past hurricanes in Haiti and hurricanes that impacted in locations with similar characteristics and features of Haiti. They cover Haiti's vulnerability to disaster, assessment methods, communciations and coordination, health, shelter, WASH, and cash response.

The aim is to improve the performance of humanitarian actors in the response of the Hurricane Matthew, assist agencies working in the response, and encourage positive action by decision makers.