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August 20, 2015

Feed the Future Haïti Chanje Lavi Plantè (Improving Farmers’ Lives) builds on previous activities in Haiti’s fertile plains in order to increase productivity and to maximize available resources in the region. The project promotes agricultural intensification, sound natural resource management and a modern, post-harvest marketing system to ensure that products make it to market. Farmer organizations are a critical component to strengthening Haiti’s agriculture sector and are natural partners for Feed the Future Haiti. The project aims to strengthen farmer organizations’ operations, focusing on implementing modern, environmentally-friendly business practices through a value-chain focused approach.

October 22, 2013

The Haiti Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Control Program is a joint effort between USAID, the Government of Haiti (GOH) Ministry of Health and Population (MSPP), and the GOH Ministry of Education to eliminate and control lymphatic filariasis and soil-transmitted helminths in Haiti.  USAID support for NTD control began in 2008 under the NTD Control Program (2006-2012) and continues under the ENVISION project (2011-2016).  

October 22, 2013

USAID’s Development Credit Authority (DCA) guarantee program, established by Congress in 1999, unlocks private, local capital to support lending in critical growth sectors.  Since 2004, USAID/Haiti has supported the provision of financial products and services to under-served and out-of-reach households and enterprises through DCA partial credit guarantees.

October 3, 2013
USAID financed the construction of 750 housing units at Caracol-EKAM in the north of Haiti, completed in 2013, to support efforts by the Government of Haiti (GOH) to provide affordable housing opportunities for families displaced by the 2010 earthquake and other vulnerable households. .  
 
September 11, 2013

USAID’s Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) saves lives by providing critical medical supplies to those in need.  SCMS activities are focused on ensuring the provision of the highest quality antiretroviral (ARV) drugs and other HIV/AIDS commodities through needs assessments, forecasting, procurement, shipping, warehousing, and distribution at the national level.  Locally, SCMS improves infrastructure, provides technical assistance, and improves the ability of clinics to manage supplies to ensure proper storage and management.  

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Last updated: August 26, 2015

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