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LESSONS LEARNED & BEST PRACTICES The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Shelter Programme in Haiti 2010-2012

An independent report by: Peter Rees-Gildea, consultant [email protected] Olivier Moles, CRATerre CRATerre - ENSAG BP 2636 60 avenue de Constantine 38036 Grenoble Cedex 2, France Tél. : +33 (0) 476 69 83 35 Fax : +33 (0) 476 69 83 69 Email : [email protected]

LESSONS LEARNED & BEST PRACTICES The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Shelter Programme in Haiti 2010-2012

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Front page photo: Painting of a Red Cross project by Jean Baptiste Stiverne

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Acronyms & Terminology

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2. Introduction & Acknowledgements

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3. Executive Summary

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4. Methodology

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5. Key Findings – Management and Strategy 5.1 Integrated Planning and Flexibility 5.2 Monitoring and Beneficiary Feedback Loops 5.3 Programme Management

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8. Annex 8.1 Federation Shelter Programme Statistics 8.2 “Flight Package” for Haiti Shelter Lessons Learned Workshop participants. 8.3 Haiti Shelter ‘Best Practices, Lessons Learned Workshop’ Outcomes 8.4 List of Key Informants 8.5 Reference documents 8.6 Criteria for Sheltering Design 8.7 Terms of Reference, “First 24 months Federation Shelter Programme Options in Haiti, Lessons learned and best practices capitalization process”

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6. Shelter options and technical solutions 6.1 The emergency phase 6.2 The recovery phase

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7. Conclusion

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Executive summary IFRC Secretariat Recovery Shelter Programme, Haiti 2010-2011 Shelter Technical Committee, Terms of Reference and statistics Consultants Biography

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1. Acronyms & Terminology

POA

Plan of Action

PPR

Participatory Project Review

Progressive Shelter

A transitional shelter that can be adapted to a more permanent shelter solution

CGI

Corrugated Galvanised Iron (roofing sheets)

DPC

Direction Protection Civile

ERU

Emergency Response Unit

RC/RC

Red Cross Red Crescent

HSW

Haiti Shelter Best Practices and Lessons Learned Workshop

REDLAC

Risk, Emergency and Disaster task group for Latin America and the Caribbean

HNRCS

Haitian National Red Cross Society

SOP

Standard Operating Procedure

IASC

Inter Agency Standing Committee

STC

Shelter Technical Committee

ICRC

International Committee of the Red Cross

STT

Shelter Technical Team

IDP

Internally Displaced Person

TDW

Technical Delegates Workshop

IFRC

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

T Shelter

A transitional shelter intended to provide shelter between emergency shelter and permanent shelter

INA

Integrated Neighbourhood Approach

Recovery shelter

Movement

The ICRC, IFRC Secretariat and member national societies of the Red Cross and Red Crescent

In this case mostly transitional shelters, progressive shelter and cash grants for rental solutions), and to some extent repairs/retrofitting/construction.

NGO

Non-governmental Organisation

PMER

Planning Moni