Haiti earthquake: 4 years later - Updates

7 July 2010
Marceline, David and their daughter Sabine live in the Corail resettlement camp in Haiti. Two months after they were moved there, little has changed.
Corail: A place to call home?
6 July 2010
Elsie Delva lost everything in the Haiti earthquake. With the help of Oxfam's livelihood grants, she is getting back on her feet – and taking care of two orphans.
Back to work - rebuilding livelihoods in Carrefour Feuilles
22 April 2010
10,000 food kits with local agricultural products have been distributed in many Haitian cities. Oxfam favors this approach in order to encourage local production, which is key to the revitalization of the economy.
Haiti: Oxfam supports agricultural production
15 April 2010
Clotide Anilus, a 38-year-old mother of three, is one of the beneficiaries of Oxfam-funded community canteens. Through these canteens, Oxfam provides free hot meals to 4,500 earthquake survivors in the area.
Food distribution at a community canteen
31 March 2010
Conditions for Haiti earthquake survivors are still critical with the rainy season nearly here. Shelter and sanitation remain Oxfam's top priorities. By the end of March, Oxfam has reached over 300,000 people with humanitarian assistance.
30 March 2010
As Ministers, delegates and aid organizations meet in New York this week to discuss the reconstruction effort for Haiti, six NGOs are livestreaming from a side event, on Tuesday, 30 March, 1:30pm EST.
International Donor Conference on Haiti reconstruction aid - Livestream
9 February 2010
Oxfam Haiti earthquake response: we're providing water, latrines, shelter materials, cash, and other relief materials to those who have gathered in temporary camps both within Port-au-Prince and in hard-hit outlying areas.
Oxfam was delivering 8 million liters of water each day. Credit: Oxfam
8 February 2010
Oxfam has started to employ people affected by Haiti’s earthquake to clean up their makeshift camps and improve their living conditions.
28 January 2010
The following witness accounts were collected on 23 January 2010 at the displaced persons camp at the church of Saint Caterine, Gressier, the same day Oxfam International installed a drinking water distribution tank.
Menard, her husband and their three children now live in an improvised tent.
13 January 2010
Oxfam Humanitarian Haiti Earthquake Appeal now closed, due to the over-whelming generosity of the public worldwide.
Boys at Oxfam hygiene item distribution