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Haiti: Avoiding Another Dangerous Delay


In Haiti, grassroots communities, international partners, and the government are sounding the alarm of an impending food crisis, with potentially disastrous consequences for nearly 2 million Haitians at high risk of hunger. Without immediate and adequate response, we may see headlines in a few months telling us about avoidable deaths in Haiti. If we succeed in responding now, there will be no news to report – except for those who can see the significance of a functioning relief system in evidence, like farmers able to resume planting before the dry season and food markets offering quality food at affordable prices.