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Haiti - CARICOM : Strengthen the Haitian government’s institutional capacity
28/12/2010 12:22:01

Haiti - CARICOM : Strengthen the Haitian government’s institutional capacity
Officials of the CARICOM (Caribbean Community) will meet with their Haitian counterparts the January 5, 6 and 7 in order to develop proposals for submission to the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) in agreement with the Haitian Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive.

The meeting will also allow to discuss and finalize other arrangements to strengthen the Haitian government’s institutional capacity. The initiative also plans to add at this meeting, representatives of the private sector and the Haitian diaspora. Experts in public administration and fiscal policy will also be part of the group of specialists who will work directly with the Haitian government.

According to organizers, the improvement of institutional capacity in Haiti was an idea promoted by former Jamaican Prime Minister Percival Patterson, during a recent visit to Haiti with the head of government. The two parties had concluded an agreement to revise the national plan of recovery and development in Haiti.

With the help of the IHRC, the CARICOM intends to rapidly implement priority projects for the government of Haiti. The CARICOM will also provide qualified staff to develop an agenda by order of relevance.

S/ HaitiLibre

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