Le premier trimestre de l’année 2016 a été une période de réorientation pour Haïti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN) afin de répondre aux besoins auxquels le réseau fait face.En plus d’un nouveau partenariat, HAGN entend renforcer son réseau de jeunes filles à travers le pays.
Beyond Shock provides a comprehensive report about the broad and sectorial field progress made by frontline providers of services to sexual violence survivors since Haiti’s historic January 2010 earthquake.
Today the World Bank launched the Adolescent Girls Initiative (AGI) in Haiti. The Initiative is a global public-private partnership aimed at fostering economic independence among 12,000 young girls and young women in eight countries.
As schools open for the new academic year in Haiti, the hope is to bring all boys and girls to school – both those who attended before the earthquake struck in January and those hardest to reach, who will go to school for the first time.
The most striking thing about post-conflict and post-disaster environments is that what lurks there is also this extraordinary opportunity,” said Judith Bruce, a senior associate and policy analyst with the Population Council’s Poverty, Gender, and Youth program.