Culture and development

UNESCO Actions for Haiti. ©UNESCO 2011
UNESCO Actions for Haiti

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Culture is more frequently emerging as a essential resource in post-disaster and post-conflict situations. In addition to its contribution to economic development, culture gives meaning and value to the identity and continuity of human societies. Its impact is essential in situations such as the one Haiti has faced since January 2010. For this reason, UNESCO immediately advocated the integration of culture in the reconstruction strategies as a fundamental source of renewal and social cohesion and is mobilizing its energies alongside the Haitian people and its Government.

on this subject: UNESCO for Haiti

Place/region Haiti, Latin America, Caribbean
Type: Documentary
Production: UNESCO Port-au-Prince, producer.
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