Food Sovereignty

Aid Accountability and Transparency, Events, Food Sovereignty, Gender & Human Rights, Housing

Year Three Videos

Recordings of the different briefings are available online.

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Caracol, Food Sovereignty

Meetings with Decision Makers

Government of Haiti

The government of Haiti (GOH) sent representatives to attend the events, as well as meet with Haitian grassroots partners and the HAWG during a separate, private meeting on housing.  This meeting was a breakthrough for all sides, as the representative for the Haitian senate provided important information on the mechanisms for consultations with the Haitian parliament, particularly the senate, and the ways to access them.  Read More

Climate Change, Food Sovereignty

What’s good for a Haitian farmer is also good for a US family farmer: Lessons learned on sustainable agriculture and climate resilience

HAWG Commemoration Pics 141

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Moderator:        Marc Cohen, Oxfam America

Speakers:            Kelly Geoghegan, IJDH
                               Ricot Jean Pierre, PAPDA
                               Doudou Pierre Festile, RENHASSA/Je Nan Je
                               Marie Yvette Michaud (MPKNP/Je Nan Je)
                               Eugene Philhower, USDA

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Food Sovereignty, Housing, Uncategorized

Renewing our commitment, faith and hope for a just recovery in Haiti

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Moderator:        Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver, Congressional Black Caucus

Speakers:           Rev. Dr. John McCollough, Church World Service
                               Dr. Sayyid Syeed, Islamic Society of North America 
                               Ian Schwab, American Jewish World Service
                               Fr. Gabriel Lormeus, St. Mary’s Haitian American Catholic Church

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Cholera Epidemic, Food Sovereignty, Gender & Human Rights, Housing

Report on the Three Year Haiti Earthquake Commemoration

HAWG Commemoration Pics 023On the Third Commemoration of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, the Haiti Advocacy Working Group (HAWG) organized a series of congressional briefings and meetings with decision-makers in Washington DC around the theme of “Accountability for Haiti.”  Three years since Haiti experienced the most devastating natural disaster in its history, public concerns remain about relief and reconstruction policies and programs that have ignored the voices of Haitian civil society, especially the farming communities and poor urban dwellers who are now facing a looming food crisis, the hundreds of thousands living in camp cities or other precarious housing conditions, and the families of the thousands dead and hundreds of thousands sickened from a rising cholera outbreak.  Read More