One year ago, over two million Haitians saw their lives changed forever after the rocked their country, killing over 200,000 and displacing 1.5 million people.
Immediately following one of the worst natural disasters in human history, the United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) task is to help Haiti rebuild into a more resilient country.
UNDP's goal is not just to enable a rapid transition to long-term recovery by restoring livelihoods, government infrastructure and services, but to offer hope and means to those who survived the crisis to rebuild their lives.
In the past year, UNDP has successfully employed 240,000 people effected by the earthquake; helped clear 1 million cubic metres of debris; and supported the Government at all levels as it re-establishes the physical and human resource infrastructure critical to Haiti's future.
Most important, UNDP is working closely with the Government and local communities to put affected Haitians and their institutions at the centre of the recovery process.
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