ILO in action
How to combine better income and food security
31 March 2022
Fabrice Leclerq, Chief Technical Advisor of an ILO project in Haiti explains how it aims to improve the living conditions of 1000 small producers, half of which are women, by using two products growing abundantly on the island: cocoa and breadfruit.
Haiti ILO Cooperation: Leveraging ILO’s programming to support earthquake response
22 March 2022
The ILO co-led, with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MAST), the Employment and livelihood impact sector of the 2021 of the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA). The Recovery and Reconstruction Framework and action plan was developed on the basis of the PDNA and the main priorities for the employment and livelihoods sector post-earthquake.
Report: executive summary
Haiti earthquake 2021: Post Disaster Needs Assessment (executive summary)
06 December 2021
Thirty new trainers trained in My.Coop towards developing agricultural cooperatives in southern Haiti
28 August 2019
My.Coop – Training on agricultural cooperative management was organized in Haiti within the framework of an ILO project on addressing education and skills gaps for vulnerable youth in the agriculture and fishery sectors.
My.Coop training organized for skills development of vulnerable youth in Haiti
29 May 2018
My.Coop – Training on agricultural cooperative management was organized in Haiti within the framework of a Norwegian-funded ILO project on addressing education and skills gaps for vulnerable youth.
Training Haitians to re-build homes that will last
26 June 2014
The earthquake that hit Haiti on 12 January 2010 devastated entire communities leaving over a million homeless. The 16/6 project in Haiti aims to rebuild 16 neighbourhoods and re-house displaced people living in six camps set up after the disaster. Training people in earthquake-resistant construction has been a key part of the joint government-led project, which has brought together the International Labour Organization and other international organizations. The same approach is now being replicated in the Champs-de-Mars square in the centre of Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital.
Haiti: strategic partnership signed between ILO and MINUSTAH
28 March 2014
31 August 2012
Decades of environmental degradation have left Haiti on the brink, posing a serious threat to lives and livelihoods. Training programmes are helping Haitians move towards a greener, more sustainable economy.