Key Findings in March
The perception of progress on reconstruction among affected communities has seen an impressive improvement over the past six months. Today, 62 percent of respondents feel progress is being made, up from 49 percent two months ago and an astounding improvement of nearly 40 percent from the mere 22 percent of people who felt progress was being made six months ago.
Of the 30 percent who feel there has not been progress, unclear government policies was cited by 54 percent as among the top two barriers to progress. Other barriers were identi%ed by respondents as delays in fund disbursement and lack of money to finish their house.