EMMUS 2012 (DHS)

Cette cinquième Enquête Mortalité, Morbidité et Utilisation des Services (EMMUS-V) a été commanditée par le Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population (MSPP). Elle a été mise en…

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Review Studies of Recent Scholarships on Education in Haiti: Dissertations, Doctoral Theses, Scientific and Refereed Journal Articles, Books and other Official Documents (2009)

The publication of a first evaluation of the Haitian educational system in 1987 was already indicative of the stakeholders' desire to have an adequate idea of it from the administrative,…

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Haitian Handicraft Value Chain Analysis

Haiti is known throughout the Caribbean, Americas and Europe for the quality and creativity of its handicrafts, especially metalwork. The capacity of the handicrafts industry to turn that advantage into a larger and growing market share is constrained by a number of factors. The objective of this assessment is to better understand the constraints and opportunities of the handicrafts industry in Haiti, and to present the findings to key stakeholders in the industry in order to develop a competitiveness strategy focused on greater efficiency, increased differentiation (including quality improvements) and accessing new markets.

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Agroforestry Research in Haiti. Book 1

The USAID Agroforestry Outreach Project (AOP) began In late 1981. One of its goals was to provide the Haitian farmer with an additional cash crop by encouraging him to grow trees in an agroforestry system. This would simultaneously reduce Haiti's soil losses and other environmental problems. One of the original concepts of AOP was to have a research component to support project needs. Although it was presumed that the Grantees (The Pan American Development Foundation PADFS, Operation Double Harvest *ODH$, and CARS) would undertake their own internal research programs, their planting and outreach programs consumed all of their available time and resources. By the time of the "aid AOP review, it had become apparent that an independent contractor was needed to design and Implement the necessary research. Thus, the University of Maine (U of M) was selected to conduct studies in the following areas: Traditional Haitian Agroforestry Systems, Silvicultural Studies, Nursery and Outplanting Techniques, Species Trials, Cost-benefit Analysis of Agroforestry Systems.

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