Catastrophe in Haiti, due to Hurricane Mattew [2nd part]

If we thought of housing solutions face to a catastrophe like Matthew, the first thing that would normally come to our minds would be camps, which provide only transitional shelter since they are not designed as if they were housing. In them, people are in a very precarious situation and sadly the reality shows us that they almost always end up being inhabited for many years by those who have lost everything in the catastrophe.

Catastrophe in Haiti, due to Hurricane Mattew [1st part]

More than 1,000 deaths, 30,000 homes affected or destroyed, winds up to 300 km/hour; These are just a few figures that left Hurricane Matthew in Haiti six years after the earthquake that struck Port-au-Prince, leaving more than 316,000 people dead and 350,000 injured. More than 1.5 million people were left homeless, constituting one of the most serious catastrophes in the history.