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Haiti

National Health Planning Cycles


Overview and Context

National Health Plan Title

Plan Directeur de Sante, 2012-2021

Annual Health Sector Review

information not available

Income group:

Low

Fiscal Start Date

October 1

Legal and Political systems

  • Executive branch:election last held on 28 November 2010 with a runoff on 20 March 2011 (next tentatively scheduled for October 2015); prime minister chosen by the president from among members of the majority party in the National Assembly
  • Legislative branch:Senate - last held on 28 November 2010 with run-off election on 20 March 2011 (next possible election on 26 October 2014); Chamber of Deputies - last held on 28 November 2010 with run-off election on 20 March 2011 (next regular election may be held on 26 October 2014)

Country Documents

Public Repository Docs

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Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

Window
2000
2030
National Health Policy Strategy and Plan
2012
2020
National Development Plan
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization
2011
2015
Malaria Plan
Tuberculosis Plan
2006
2011
HIV/AIDS Plan
2008
2012
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan
Reproductive Health Plan
Maternal Health Plan
2009
2013
Newborn and Child Health Plan
Human Resources for Health Plan
GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support
2013
2015
GAVI Immunisation Services Support(ISS)Support
2001
2014
GAVI Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Support
GAVI Injection Safety Support
2004
2006
The Global Fund HIV/AIDS Grants
2003
2014
The Global Fund Malaria Grants
2004
2015
The Global Fund Tuberculosis Grants
2004
2016

Partners in Country

Country engaging in IHP + processes

Member

IHP+ details

Haiti signed the IHP+ Global Compact during the World Health Assembly, May 2013.

Pooled funding and or SWAP

No SWAp

UNDAF rollout cycles

2009-2011

UHC Partnership for policy dialogue

No

PEPFAR focus countries

Yes

World Bank*

This Interim Strategy Note (ISN2) proposes a World Bank Group (WBG) Program for Haiti for FY2013 and FY2014. It programs US$245 million of the US$500 million allocated to Haiti by the International Development Association (IDA) from its Crisis Response Window for FY12-14. The program builds on the US$255 million program discussed by Executive Directors on December 1, 2011 for calendar year 2012 under ISN1. A second ISN rather than a full Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) is proposed for the remainder of the IDA 16 period for several reasons. First, the ISN2 preparation period coincided with a period of political transition in Haiti. Second, the IDA16 allocation is exceptional and is expected to be frontloaded and fully committed during the remaining IDA16 period. The allocation was exceptionally provided by IDA deputies from the IDA Crisis Response Window for the country's broad reconstruction, which remains urgent. Third, more time is needed for dialogue with Government around its medium term priorities, in the absence of a current poverty reduction strategy paper for Haiti. It is expected that preparation of a CPS will likely begin in the last year of this ISN on the basis of a revised Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper, or PRSP or another form of strategy paper prepared by the Government, a completion report outlining results under the 2009 Country Assistance Strategy, or CAS, ISN1 and ISN2, and a deeper dialogue on the role of IDA resources for Haiti going forward.

European Commission*

Haiti is the poorest country on the American continent. After a long period of political instability and economic decline Haiti faces a multitude of structural development challenges. The poverty is widespread and social indicators are at the lowest level as compared to other countries. Since 2004, the international community, including the EU, has strengthened its engagement in Haiti. After years of crisis, the establishment of MINUSTAH, the United Nations Stabilisation Mission in Haiti, opened a window of opportunity allowing for renewed and enhanced cooperation with the country

Costing and Financing

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