What will resuming direct budget support mean for implementers in Haiti?

    Anick Supplice (PSI Haiti): Collaboration with local ministries is essential to Haiti's progress

    How do international organizations like Population Services International coordinate with local authorities to push development in such a challenging environment as post-earthquake Haiti?

    In this video interview, Devex Editor Rolf Rosenkranz asked Annick Suplice, PSI’s executive director in the Caribbean nation, who shared her views on a broad range of topics, like for instance on what the government is doing to resume direct budget support from donors, and what that will mean for aid implementers.

    Anick Supplice Dupuy: How PSI encourages family planning in Haiti

    Suplice also discussed her organization’s innovative approach to family planning in Haiti: not targeting just women but also men.

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    About the author

    • Carlos Santamaria

      Carlos is a former associate editor for breaking news in Devex's Manila-based news team. He joined Devex after a decade working for international wire services Reuters, AP, Xinhua, EFE ,and Philippine social news network Rappler in Madrid, Beijing, Manila, New York, and Bangkok. During that time, he also covered natural disasters on the ground in Myanmar and Japan.

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