Preserving the gains and monitor the operational and institutional stengthening of local authorities insiders through Priority Municipalities Support Project PNUD HAI/94/003 (1994-98)
Ø Implementation of activities and studies related socioeconomic development ( in urban, suburban and areas) including financial profiles and potentially addressing the common problems of municipal management, cultural heritage, architectural heritage, community facilities etc
Creation of training opportunities for elected municipal officials in-service : mayors, deputy mayors, members of the Municipal Assemblies, CASEC and ASEC, and municipal administrators through tailored technical tools such as :
Ø The Office Handbook of the Mayor;
Ø The Communal Management Manual.
Ø The Municipal Assembly : structure, functioning and issues etc…
To provide people affordable permanent and semi-permanent dwellings equipped with aleternate power sources such as solar energy that can withstand tremors of magnitude 8.5 on the Richter scale and winds up to 200 km / h.
|The 1987 Constitution and legislation on local and regional authorities of 1982 give common of Haiti administrative and financial autonomy. However this decentralization is not accompanied by necessary financial and human resources for community organizations to carry out their mandate in managing and developing their territory. International projects in support of local authorities ended abruptly in December 1998, although they have put in place structures for monitoring the development of activities but leaving in an awkward position the town halls already faced with a complex institutional context. Read More|