· Increased availability of education materials for over 55,000 children in 171 public schools in the Grand Sud region of Haiti for school year 2019-2020 through distribution of textbooks and school kits;
· Improved nutrition through Provision of hot meals and snacks to over 55,000 students in public basic schools in Sud, Grand'Anse, Sud-Est, and Nippes in 2019-2020;
· Grants to 60 community public schools in the Sud, Grand'Anse, Sud-Est, and Nippes departments;
· Results-based grants for the enrollment of 20,000 students in 125 non-public schools in the departments of Sud, Grand'Anse, Sud-Est, in 2018-2019;
· Financial and technical support to 171 public schools in Sud, Grande-Anse, Sud-Est, and Nippes to cover school improvement plans and their functioning costs in 2019-2020.
· Cholera transmission significantly interrupted, with no new laboratory-confirmed cases since January 2019;
· Expansion of vaccination coverage, resulting in 640,000 children immunized, and financing of all routine vaccines across the country for the years 2016 and 2017;
· Increased prenatal care, with at least four visits for 40% of the women living in the Nord-Est, Centre, Nord-Ouest, and Sud departments;
· Improvement of infrastructure in health facilities, and water and sanitation in more than 130 sites;
Water and Sanitation
· Increased access to drinking water for more than 60,000 people through the construction, rehabilitation, and extension of drinking water supply systems;
· Rehabilitation of sanitation facilities in more than 50 schools in the South and La Gonave Island, and construction of 4 sanitation blocks for the public markets in the Centre Region;
· Technical assistance and capacity building to the National Drinking Water and Sanitation Directorate (DINEPA) and the OREPA Sud, Centre, and Nord, especially for unified accounting and monitoring;
· Support DINEPA to strengthen the ability to plan, program, and budget for the water and sanitation sector;
· Awareness raising on handwashing and hygiene to fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
· Expanded access to electricity for about 233,833 people;
· Expanded access to electricity with Solar PV systems to about 474 schools, mostly in rural areas;
· Rehabilitation of 4 distribution networks and installation of consumer meters to improve reliability of electricity service in Port-au-Prince;
· Installation of over 1,977 solar street lamps in priority urban and rural areas;
· Support to the National Energy Regulation Authority, ANARSE, to improve oversight of the energy sector;
· More than 130 Agricultural Cooperatives increased sales by 162% , supported by matching grants and connection to value chains;
· Distribution of individual subsidies to around 20,000 farmers on more than 10,000 ha;
· Registration of around 150,000 farmers in the National Farmers Registry of the Ministry of Agriculture/MARNDR;
· Identification and registration of more than 300,000 cattle;
· Irrigation or drainage services provided or improved for more than 2,000 ha.
Disaster Risk Management
· 140 Municipal Civil Protection Committees trained and helped with evacuation and lifesaving after Hurricane Matthew in 2016;
· Vulnerability of the transport sector reduced through reconstruction and risk reduction investments;
· Development of hazard and risk assessments and Disaster Risk Management Action Plans in the Education and Health Sectors;
· Increased resources to assess disaster risks, for example high-resolution maps for flooding risk assessments and assessments of community vulnerabilities;
· Investments in large scale flood risk reduction and incorporating disaster risk analysis in infrastructure planning in Cap-Haiten and surrounding municipalities
· Support to the creation and strengthening of the National Hydrometeorological Unit to provide improved hydro-meteorological and climate information and services customized to the needs of the civil protection.
· Better access to the capital for 500,000 Haitians living in the southeast of the country;
· Rehabilitation of 8 kilometers of road connecting the historic city centers of Cap-Haïtien and Labadie;
· Construction of the Ladigue bridge after Hurricane Matthew, reconnecting over 2 million Haitians in the departments of Nippes, Sud, and Grand'Anse;
· Stabilization of the Marigot-Jacmel and Port-Salut-Les Anglais road network;
· Reconstruction of the Chalon, Dolin, Fauché, La Thème and Boucan Carré bridges, and rehabilitation and protection of 120 small bridges, culverts, and road sections;
· Protection and repair of more than 25 major engineering structures.
· Development of Historic National Park (PNH), which includes creation and operation of interim PNH authority, launching a social assessment, start of technical studies for the rehabilitation of the Sans Souci Palace and the Sans Souci Chapel, and a call for proposals for the technical studies for rehabilitation of the Henri Citadel and the Ramiers site;
· Stabilization of the Boucle Center Artibonite (BCA) road network’s strategic routes through rehabilitation and protection works that allow 10,000 more people to have access to all-weather access to agricultural production areas and markets.
· Strengthened service provision in six municipalities in the Cap-Haitien metropolitan area;
· Improved public spaces and urban infrastructure in seven municipalities in the North;
· Improved municipal buildings in Quartier Morin and Milot;
· Increased capacity to manage tourism in the North through support to the Destination Management Organization of the North of Haiti.
Last Updated: May 01, 2020