Title

Haiti: Complex Crisis

Author Information

ACAPS

Security Theme

Natural Disasters

Keywords

humanitarian aid, emergency response, Haiti, earthquake, natural disasters

Description

ACAPS is an independent information provider that is free from the bias or vested interests of any specific enterprise, sector, or region. As independent specialists in humanitarian needs analysis and assessment, we are not affiliated with the UN or any other organisation. This helps guarantee that our analysis is objective and evidence-based. ACAPS was established in 2009 as a nonprofit, nongovernmental project with the aim of conducting independent, groundbreaking humanitarian analysis to help humanitarian workers, influencers, fundraisers, and donors make better-informed decisions. Our team consists of 58 professionals located around the world and is reinforced by a pool of experienced consultants. While the ACAPS Analysis Team is dedicated primarily to researching and analysing global and crisis-specific data, we also gather information on deployments and build partnerships and collaborations with other organisations. A separate team devoted to communications, fundraising, finance, and training also supports ACAPS’ work.

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Haiti: Complex Crisis

ACAPS is an independent information provider that is free from the bias or vested interests of any specific enterprise, sector, or region. As independent specialists in humanitarian needs analysis and assessment, we are not affiliated with the UN or any other organisation. This helps guarantee that our analysis is objective and evidence-based. ACAPS was established in 2009 as a nonprofit, nongovernmental project with the aim of conducting independent, groundbreaking humanitarian analysis to help humanitarian workers, influencers, fundraisers, and donors make better-informed decisions. Our team consists of 58 professionals located around the world and is reinforced by a pool of experienced consultants. While the ACAPS Analysis Team is dedicated primarily to researching and analysing global and crisis-specific data, we also gather information on deployments and build partnerships and collaborations with other organisations. A separate team devoted to communications, fundraising, finance, and training also supports ACAPS’ work.