Designing Environmental Restoration Programs in Politically Fragile States: Lessons from Haiti

Fischer, A. and M.A. Levy

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Multiple community groups and organizations with expert knowledge are already in place across Haiti and within watersheds, ready to implement integrated programs if sustained funding commitments are offered by donors and communities and their participation is institutionalized within the project management structure. These efforts could bring the change required to stabilize development in positive growth directions and improve the resilience to the multiple vulnerabilities facing Haiti’s degraded landscape. These efforts could also provide the underlying foundation required for reducing political instability and invigorating progress towards integrated development.

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Technical Document

Environmental Law Institute