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More than 20 percent of the debris is recycled to make tiles, stairs and paving stones. So far, 80 percent of the 10 million cubic metres of rubble from the earthquake have been cleared from the...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

A guidebook for technicians, regarding confined masonry. It presents the concepts and construction details for which, if applied correctly, offer a fairly earthquake resistant building.

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This Report addresses the common environmental problems of Haiti and the challenges which arised in both sourcing and disposal of material in shelter projects.

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

The action plan drawn up by the government after the earthquake focused on four main areas: Territorial rebuilding, Economic rebuilding, Social rebuilding, and Institutional rebuilding. Please...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

This construction book is an example of the on-going efforts to help in the reconstruction of Haiti. It is an handbook on how to construct and maintain masonry buildings in Haiti. It provides...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

This report emerges from Ian Davis's visit to Haiti in November 2011, to examine progresswith reconstruction approximately twenty-two months after the earthquake. His visit onlylasted three...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

This construction book is an example of the on-going efforts to help in the reconstruction of Haiti. It is an handbook on how to construct and maintain masonry buildings in Haiti. It provides...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Haiti

This documents describes all the financial movements and justifications The World Bank suggests to rebuild Port-au-Prince and other cities hit by the 2010 Haiti's earthquake. It is extremely...