Transitioning Resettlement Camps Into A Legally Recognized City

by / Wednesday, 14 August 2013 / Published in Blog, Featured, HR&DC, Jim's Corner, Recovery



It’s a little after 5:00pm and I’ve just returned to my home away from home here in Haiti to grab a quick bite to eat before heading off to another meeting.

Since I will not return until later this evening, here is today’s installment.

Corail_Haïti_resettlement_campWhile today was filled with various important conversations, the main thrust of my activities fell into these three categories:

  1. The transition of the Corail, Canaan & Jerusalem resettlement camps into one legally recognized city
  2. Critical details associated with the transformation of the mass graves in Titanyen into the Haitian National Memorial and Peace Park
  3. Scheduling and logistic details as they pertain to my numerous upcoming meetings

Overall, a wide-ranging and productive day.

That’s it for now. It’s time to bolt down some food and to hit the road.

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