A new approach to UNDP social protection and promotion in Haiti

Mar 16, 2021

This document is an attempt to broadly define the social protection policy that the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) should try to promote in Haiti. To do this, it recalls the country’s main socio-economic indicators, with emphasis on the situation of extreme poverty under which a considerable portion of the Haitian population lives. This document then develops its proposals. Taking into account other existing programs supported by multilateral agencies that are present in Haiti, particularly relating to conditional transfer policies, this document's proposals, which are intended to complement the existing supply, will mainly focus on the organization of the country’s health sector.

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