October 2, 2013

Does maintaining supply of water and sanitation in IDP sites after the relief phase encourage people to stay in the sites?

Does maintaining supply of water and sanitation in IDP sites after the relief phase encourage people to stay in the sites? Does cutting them encourage people to leave?

This analysis is an analysis of publicly available data -  the 11 approximately bi-monthly IOM Haiti DTM masterlists covering the period December 2010 to August 2012 - which list basic statistics on each Haiti IDP site for each time-point. I conducted it during a mission to Haiti. It attempts to answer a question which was being widely discussed at the time: Does maintaining supply of water and sanitation in IDP sites after the relief phase encourage people to stay in the sites? Does cutting them encourage people to leave? Here is the link: link.


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