Audit of USAID/Haiti’s Health Activities Supporting Long-Term Reconstruction.
Fiscal Year: 2011
Before the 2010 earthquake, the Government of Haiti’s health systems were fragile and inefficient; after the earthquake, they became worse. The Ministry of Health (MOH) building was destroyed in the earthquake, as were buildings of the State University Medical School, and many government clinics and hospitals were critically damaged.
In its postquake strategy for health, family planning, and nutrition for Haiti, USAID has addressed plans for reconstruction and reform efforts concentrated on rebuilding human and financial resource management systems and on managerial coordination between the MOH central and provincial directors. USAID requested $40 million to meet health care needs that increased in rural areas because of the postquake relocation of affected populations.
This audit will determine whether USAID/Haiti’s health activities supporting long-term reconstruction and development programming are strengthening Haiti’s health care system.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2011
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