“We have comprehensive data on funded projects but it comes from the UN report,” said Cliche. “The aggregate data notes that two-thirds of the reconstruction aid ($554.8 million) falls in the category \’unspecified.\’ So we do not have a global vision,\” said Cliche.
About 113,595 temporary shelters were built following the disaser, according to a UN report and many of those affected are still living in what were meant to be a stopgap measure.
According to UN data published Sept. 30, 2013 , 171,974 people are still living in 306 temporary sites and the reconstruction effort is only 13 percent complete. via | CTV Montreal News