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September 19, 2018

 In Haiti, small and local businesses account for 80 percent of employment and are vital to the national economy. However, for many, a lack of knowledge and investment affects performance and profits and constrains growth.

April 23, 2018

A more prosperous, stable, and democratic Haiti benefits the U.S. by decreasing the root causes of irregular migration; lowering the humanitarian costs of recurring disasters and crises; reducing transnational crime; and improving a business climate that provides the U.S. with economic opportunities.

October 13, 2017

Port-au-Prince, October 13, 2017- Haiti ranks third globally among countries most affected by extreme weather events. This year alone, less than a year after the devastating Hurricane Matthew, the country was affected by two major hurricanes—Irma and Maria—that brushed past Haiti’s northern coast, causing flooding. A well-prepared and immediate response is needed in order to prevent food shortages and hunger which can often follow a large-scale disaster.

October 4, 2017

To date, in response to Hurricane Matthew, the U.S. Government has provided $105.1 million in funding, including $11 million from the U.S. Department of Defense and $94.1 million from USAID. USAID's assistance is carried out by more than 20 implementing partners and local organizations based in the hurricane-affected southwestern departments of the Grand Anse, Nippes and Sud.

October 4, 2017

À date, en réponse au cyclone Matthew, le gouvernement Américain a engagé un financement de $105,1 millions dont $11 millions du U.S. Department of Defense  et $ 94,1 millions de l’USAID. L'aide de l'USAID est assurée par plus de 20 partenaires d'exécution et des organisations locales basées dans les départements de la Grande Anse, des Nippes et du Sud affectés par l'ouragan.


Last updated: September 27, 2018

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