The history of the economic recovery and development of the Republic of Haiti

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Inventaire des ressources professionnelles Haitiennes à l'étranger
Banque de ressources humaines PNUD/CRESFED, 1995. UN supported project to draw upon overseas Haitians in support of Haitian development (in French).
Emergency Economic Recovery Program
From the United Nations International Report, 3 April 1995.
US plan for economic recovery depends heavily on private sector reactivation
By Matthew Creelman, Chronicle of Latin American Economic Affairs, 4 May 1995.
Towards economic reconstruction
The US-Haiti International Liaison Office of President Aristide, Update, 21 June 1995. The liaison between the US and Haiti insists that neoliberal policies are needed for economic recovery.
Economy reels under World Bank program
This Week in Haiti, Haiti Progres, 17–23 July 1996. The World Bank and Lavalas economic recovery program has been a disaster. Exports are running below 1995's already anemic levels, while imports from the US are running at record levels, fueled by loans from the World Bank and other IFIs. Instead of foreign exchange being used to better the lives of the Haitian people, they are used to grease the wheels of the international financial system.
Economic Justice Delegation and Labor Rights
Washington Office on Haiti, 16 February–26 February 1997. The Economic Justice and Labor Delegation of the Washington Office on Haiti warns that the major international Financial institutions—the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank, and U.S.AID—are pushing Haiti down a path that can never lead to real development.
How U.S. AID promotes famine
Haiti Progres, 21–27 May 1997. A new report by the independent aid agency Grassroots International shows that U.S. food aid to Haiti furthers U.S. economic interests, not Haitian development. First-hand investigations in the Haitian countryside show how U.S. humanitarian assistance and jobs-creation programs have undercut Haitian farmers and Haiti's food security.
OPIC insurance will help build hotel, wireless network in Haiti
Overseas Private Investment Corporation press release, 4 December 2002. Political risk insurance from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) will enable two U.S. companies to help build a four-star hotel in Haiti—the largest construction project ever undertaken in the country—and to develop a nationwide wireless communications network for the island.