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Build Back Better: Strategies for Societal Renewal in Haiti

By Philip E. Auerswald | Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization | September 30, 2010

Special Edition of Innovations for the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative

LEAD ESSAYS

Our Commitment to Haiti
President Bill Clinton

Haiti's Potential Waiting to Be Fulfilled
Denis O'Brien

CASES AUTHORED BY INNOVATORS

Fonkoze
A Bank the Poor Can Call Their Own
Anne Hastings, with James Kurz and Katleen Felix

Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group
Building a Better Haiti by Investing in Haitians
Catherine F. Lainé

Inveneo
The Value of Information and Communication Technologies in Humanitarian Relief Efforts
Mark Summer

ANALYSIS

Building a Sustainable Future on the Grounds of a Rediscovered Identity
Monique Rocourt

PERSPECTIVES ON POLICY

Putting Women at the Center of Building Back Better in Haiti
Isobel Coleman and Mary Ellen Iskenderian

Green Reconstruction: Laying a Firm Foundation for Haiti's Recovery
Bracken Hendricks, Aimée Christensen, and Ronald Toussaint

Harnessing Human Potential in Haiti
Ángel Cabrera, Frank Neville, and Samantha Novick

Truly Grassroots: How Agricultural Entrepreneurs Can Lead a Haitian Renewal
Regine Barjon, Philip Auerswald, Julia Novy-Hildesley, and Adam Hasler

External Link: Build Back Better: Strategies for Societal Renewal in Haiti

Read More: Agriculture, Aid, Charity, Cities, Communication, Culture, Development, Environment, Finance, Gender, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Poverty, Philanthropy, Sustainability, Technology, Haiti, Americas

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