Haiti Relief & Reconstruction Watch

Haiti Relief & Reconstruction Watch

Haiti: Relief and Reconstruction Watch is a blog that tracks multinational aid efforts in Haiti with an eye towards ensuring they are oriented towards the needs of the Haitian people, and that aid is not used to undermine Haitians' right to self-determination.

A simmering conflict between the High Council for the Transition (HCT) and de facto prime minister Ariel Henry has burst into the open
A simmering conflict between the High Council for the Transition (HCT) and de facto prime minister Ariel Henry has burst into the open
On October 20, the UN Security Council is scheduled to discuss the final report of the UN Expert Panel, convened last year to advise the council on its sanctions regime in Haiti. 
On October 20, the UN Security Council is scheduled to discuss the final report of the UN Expert Panel, convened last year to advise the council on its sanctions regime in Haiti. 
On October 2, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) voted to authorize the deployment of a Kenyan-led security force to Haiti.
On October 2, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) voted to authorize the deployment of a Kenyan-led security force to Haiti.
On Monday, mediators from the CARICOM Eminent Persons Group arrived in Port-au-Prince to facilitate another round of negotiations
On Monday, mediators from the CARICOM Eminent Persons Group arrived in Port-au-Prince to facilitate another round of negotiations
Tensions in Carrefour Feuilles, a suburb of the capital, are escalating after the police clashed with the population on August 7 during a protest against the devastating violence of the gangs,
Tensions in Carrefour Feuilles, a suburb of the capital, are escalating after the police clashed with the population on August 7 during a protest against the devastating violence of the gangs,
Kenya's foreign minister announces his government's intentions for a 1,000-strong police force to support Haiti's de facto authorities.
Kenya's foreign minister announces his government's intentions for a 1,000-strong police force to support Haiti's de facto authorities.
July 7 marked two years since President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination. The Office of Civil Protection in Haiti denounced the “unacceptable slowness”
July 7 marked two years since President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination. The Office of Civil Protection in Haiti denounced the “unacceptable slowness”
Following up on the previous round-up’s lead story, no official agreement was reached between stakeholders at the Kingston meeting earlier this month. Competing visions for Haiti’s future were put forward by the de facto government and its allies in the December 21 accord on the one hand, and by leaders from civil society and the political opposition on the other.
Following up on the previous round-up’s lead story, no official agreement was reached between stakeholders at the Kingston meeting earlier this month. Competing visions for Haiti’s future were put forward by the de facto government and its allies in the December 21 accord on the one hand, and by leaders from civil society and the political opposition on the other.
From June 11 to 13, consultations were held between stakeholders from the Haitian government, the political opposition, and actors from Haitian civil society in Kingston, Jamaica in order to find solutions to the ongoing crises in Haiti.
From June 11 to 13, consultations were held between stakeholders from the Haitian government, the political opposition, and actors from Haitian civil society in Kingston, Jamaica in order to find solutions to the ongoing crises in Haiti.
Last month, a jury found Prakazrel “Pras” Michel guilty for his role in a multimillion-dollar fraud and influence peddling trial. He faces up to 20 years in prison. 
Last month, a jury found Prakazrel “Pras” Michel guilty for his role in a multimillion-dollar fraud and influence peddling trial. He faces up to 20 years in prison. 

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