Long term and short term:This phase is when the people and country finally start to get back in to the normal life. Which it aims that the Haitian’s start getting jobs, rebuilding the houses, children start going to schools and the economic state of Haiti get improved. The skills that have been used in this phase are planning and organization, and problem solving.• Planning and Organization:The government of Haiti was too down before the earthquake, and it became much downer after the earthquake that hit them in 2010, which the government was not able to control the recovery operations alone. The Red Cross group sowed arranging and sorting out aptitudes by working for Haitians around 6,500 semi-lasting homes. Moreover, The IRC display masterminding and dealing with aptitudes by arranging intends to revamp the system and return Haitians back to work through the cash-for-work program. The IRC orchestrated particular capacity and materials for workers. They were adequately prepared to help 400 families and youth to make payments from their undertakings. Likewise, they redo establishment for 2,000 Haitians. After the UN activity, the work turned out to be much clearer for the organizations and more sorted out. Finally, after the earthquake, the Mercy Corps organization gave brief occupations to more than 28,000 people who attempted to tidy up and start modifying their groups, they also began a money exchange program that enabled people to buy what they required most from nearby markets and shops. This work achieved more than 180,000 individuals add up to and gave Haitians some income to help jumpstart the local economy.• Problem Solving:Right when the earthquake happened, a high number of fatalities caused by the disintegrated structures. The insufficiently arranged structures were consistently worked with concrete and without even steel fortress and foundations. The Haiti government did not approve development laws after the disaster, so people and especially in the poorer regions started to reproduce their homes using comparative materials and comparable techniques for building. To settle this issue, Build Back a Better Haiti program has feasted. Since the Haiti organization was not prepared to encourage this program alone the UN government started to helped Haitian agriculturists to assemble productivity, improve watershed organization and their water framework structures. What’s more, the UN gave specialists to educate and help the international organizations manufacturers in building solid structures with low expenses. Additionally, groups of examiners were sent frequently to guarantee that the construction standards are connected to the new developments.