“Under Tents”: International Campaign Launch for Housing in Haiti

“The quantity of people who are homeless in Port-au-Prince today is not acceptable. We need the support of other governments, like the US, to demand that the Haitian Government create a social housing plan. We are looking for allies to help our advocacy. We are asking simply for quality homes where people can live.” – Jackson Doliscar of the grassroots group Force for Reflection and Action on Housing (FRAKKA).



Photo by Ben Depp

“The quantity of people who are homeless in Port-au-Prince today is not acceptable. We need the support of other governments, like the US, to demand that the Haitian Government create a social housing plan. We are looking for allies to help our advocacy. We are asking simply for quality homes where people can live.” – Jackson Doliscar of the grassroots group Force for Reflection and Action on Housing (FRAKKA).
                                       
Haitian grassroots organizations and international allies are launching an urgent housing rights campaign today, July 2, calling for permanent housing solutions for the nearly 400,000 people who are still living in displacement camps more than two years after the earthquake.
                                       
As part of the Under Tents campaign, Haiti

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