Socio-conomic Development
Socio-conomic Development

CO-RE: Haiti’s Central Plateau COmmunities, REsilient to recurring food crises.


Increasing resilience capabilities of rural communities in areas with the highest incidence of food insecurity of the Central Plateau, by promoting income-generating activities and sustainable agricultural development.

Haiti
Country (*)
Haiti
Beneficiaries
Beneficiaries (*)
5.060

Local partners

MPP - Mouvman Peyizan PapayMPP - Mouvman Peyizan Papay

International partners

CNSA - Coordinamento Nazionale per la Sicurezza Alimentare del Ministero dell’Agricoltura;

Piattaforma Dipartimentale delle Organizzazioni Comunitarie di Base del Dipartimento del Centro;

Associazione Dipartimentale delle Municipalità;

FONKOZE;

CIAT - Comité Interministeriel d’Amenagement du Territoire;

GM - Group Medialternatif;

CISV.

Funding agencies

 Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano

Starting date

February 2017

Implementation period

12 months

Description
Hurricane Matthew hitting Haiti in 2016 caused the worst humanitarian emergency since the 2010 earthquake. Even though the Central Plateau area was hit partially, it is now in a situation of serious food insecurity. Moreover, there is an increase in prices of basic food products and lack of adequate infrastructures that relegate production only to the internal market. The Country has never taken advantage of a real investment plan in this sector, nor of an agrarian reform. CO-RE’s aim is: to increase resilience capabilities of rural communities living in areas of high incidence of food insecurity; to strengthen the technical skills of Local Authorities and CSOs in order to implement policies of sustainable agricultural development; to develop the income-generating capability of 5 rural communities living on family farming ; to carry out 3 experimental projects in order to relaunch the local economy through road rehabilitations and support to farmers and breeders.
Additional Info

The present proposal widens an already ongoing programme, financed by the European Union Delegation (“PARSCH – Cioyens et Citoyenneté”, financed by the European Fund for Development in 2013 and managed by MPP with the technical assistance of GVC).


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