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The succes of community-Led Projects

Thursday 8 March 2018, by Admin

The economic problems faced by Haiti in recent decades have resulted in the decline of domestic production, the deterioration of the fiscal and trade deficit, and the sharp devaluation of the Haitian Gourde. The recurrence of natural disasters has also challenged the recovery of several economic sectors in the country and has increased the vulnerability of the most fragile households.

Initiated in September 2013 and implemented by a consortium of CARE, the World Food Program and Action Against Hunger, the Kore Lavi program, funded by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), aims to strengthen social protection measures to combat poverty, food insecurity and child malnutrition, while promoting the consumption of quality local products. It comes in direct support to the Haitian Government, and more particularly to the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor (MAST).
One objective of the program is to establish a social safety net based on the distribution of food vouchers