Hope for Haiti
After the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, the IDB pledged to provide Haiti more than $2.2 billion in grants over the next decade to fund its recovery efforts and long-term development plans. The Bank also cancelled all of Haiti’s outstanding debt and converted undisbursed loan balances into grants. Since the earthquake the IDB has approved $735.5 million in new grants and disbursed $501.9 million for Haiti.
IDB will support a $3 million technical cooperation project to help the government of Haiti test different renewable energy solutions. May 23, 2013
Rehabilitated irrigation and training to improve crop yields in Artibonite, Haiti’s main agricultural region. Mar 4, 2013
With support from the IDB, Haiti will finance programs to spur the creation of new businesses and encourage leasing services. Dec 20, 2012
MIF will manage the portfolio of grants and loans made by the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which was established after the 2010 earthquake. Dec 20, 2012
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The IDB in Haiti
Eduardo Marques Almeida
Fax: (509) 2812-5048