Summary | British Red Cross' Haiti Urban Regeneration and Reconstruction Programme (URRP) (Creole)

Date published
01 Mar 2016
Evaluation reports
Disasters, Response and recovery, Urban

This is a summary (in Creole) of the final evaluation report of British Red Cross' Urban Regeneration and Reconstruction Programme in Haiti.

This major five year recovery programme was implemented in Port-au-Prince in response to the Haiti earthquake in 2010. The independent evaluation report highlights some salient lessons learned which are relevant to other contexts of post-disaster urban recovery programmes and not only response to earthquakes.

The specific objectives of the evaluation were:

  • To provide a summation of the extent to which BRC’s engagement in Haiti achieved its objectives across different interventions.
  • To assess the effectiveness and impact of the integrated approach adopted in URRP in Port-au-Prince’s Delmas 19 area.
  • To identify lessons (positive and negative) for improved programming and to inform strategic policy and planning.
  • To inform management decision-making for ongoing and future work.