Port au Prince -- Dec. 29, 2010 -- The Government of Haiti and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) agreed to strengthen Haiti's institutional capacity by harnessing the full support from the Caribbean Community, the Diaspora and the Private Sector.
April 30, 2010 -- The Inter-American Development Bank is committed to providing Haiti unprecedented support over the next decade to help the country recover from the devastating January 12 earthquake.
New York – March 31, 2010 -- The Inter-American Development Bank today pledged to provide $400 million in new grants over the next two years to help Haiti carry out its national recovery plan after the devastating January 12 earthquake.
CANCÚN, Mexico – March 25, 2010 -- The Inter-American Development Bank March 23 closed the annual meeting of its Board of Governorsagreement on a capital increase and an unprecedented package of financial aid for Haiti.
Feb. 10, 2010 -- More than 300 persons from 11 Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States and Associate Members have so far been involved in the response to the devastating earthquake which struck Haiti on January 12.
Kingston -- Feb. 9, 2010 -- After March 5 this year, the focus of CARICOM in earthquake ravaged Haiti will shift from relief efforts to recovery interventions and longer term contributions.
CARICOM Secretariat, Guyana -- Jan. 31, 2010 -- The CARICOM Heads of Government has mandated the Secretariat to establish a small dedicated unit to co-ordinate CARICOM’s continued assistance to Haiti over the long term.....
Washington -- Jan. 27, 2010 -- The World Bank, supported by the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), announced today that it has mobilized scientists and technical experts around the world to help assess the impacts of the earthquake in Haiti.
On January 18, 2010, in Santo Domingo, the President of the Republic of Haiti, Mr. René Preval, the President of the Dominican Republic, Mr. Leonel Fernández Reyna, met with representatives from CARICOM; OAS, Canada, Spain, United States, Brazil, the United Nations Stabilization Mission (MINUSTAH) in Haiti, the European Union and the World Bank, to examine the best manner to address this dramatic situation.