USAID's Investments for Democracy and Governance in Haiti - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Democracy and Governance spending

FY 2012 $11.2 M

FY 2014 $23.2 M

FY 2015 $21.8 M

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Democracy and Governance programs work with the Haitian government to rebuild and reform public administration and improve local and national government management of resources and basic service delivery.

USAID's Democracy and Governance program in Haiti works with the Haitian government to:

  • Strengthen legislative and oversight functions;
  • Revitalize communities; and
  • Provide infrastructure and equipment to key government offices;
  • Provide short-term technical assistance to key ministries;
  • Promote government accountability through financial management systems;
  • Support decentralization by building the capacity of municipal governments to coordinate emergency relief efforts and provide services for displaced Haitians;
  • Provide free legal assistance to vulnerable populations; and
  • Renovate the corrections sector to reinforce prison infrastructure severely damaged by the earthquake.
A poll worker reads out presidential election ballot results to observers and officials.

A poll worker reads out presidential election ballot results to observers and officials in the second round of the presidential elections.

Kendra Helmer/USAID

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