Last Tuesday, Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti with heavy rains and 145-mph winds — the worst storm to strike the nation in more than 50 years.
This blog is part of a series called #SeedingOpportunity that explores the challenges and opportunities related to smallholder farming around the world.
The current foreign aid and development approach to architecture and construction has been plagued by what we may call ‘short-termism’ – a common mantra of build cheap, build quick, and repeat.
In this interconnected age, we can see and experience new parts of the world with a simple click of a button. We can watch a video or read a story about someone halfway around the globe, and gain insights into his or her life.
On the fifth anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, there has been much attention paid to the ongoing efforts to rebuild the country.