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Fabrice Leclercq
Bureau de coordination de l'OIT en Haïti

2, rue Romain, Delmas 33
Port au Prince

Tel : +509 36 94 6825

ILO in Haiti

Over a decade after the earthquake of 2010 and five years after Hurricane Matthew devastated the same region in 2016, Haiti got struck in August 2021 by another earthquake that left over 2,200 people dead and 12,200 injured. Almost 53,000 homes have been destroyed and more than 77,000 have sustained damage.

As the international community strives to bring relief to the suffering and respond to urgent needs, the ILO is working with its constituents and partners to conduct a Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) and shape the employment and social protection reconstruction strategy the country needs.

Latest update

  1. Report: executive summary

    Haiti earthquake 2021: Post Disaster Needs Assessment (executive summary)

    06 December 2021


  1. Partners to fight against child labour in Haiti

  2. Post-catastrophe

    Former les Haïtiens pour une reconstruction durable.  (10:09 minutes)

  3. Version courte (2:34 minutes)


  4. L'esprit d'entreprise ressurgit des décombres en Haïti (9:24 minutes)

  5. Version courte (2:34 min)

  6. Haiti: From Storm Recovery to Sustainable Development