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iciHaiti - Health : First half-yearly meeting of Canadian health partners
11/06/2018 13:52:44

iciHaiti - Health : First half-yearly meeting of Canadian health partners
17 of 26 partners who endorsed Canada's Minister of International Development and La Francophonie Marie-Claude Bibeau's call to action in February 2018, whose organizations from Canada took part in Port-au-Prince, at the first semi-annual meeting of Canadian health partners in Haiti with the participation of Carlos Rojas-Arbulu, Head of Canadian Cooperation in Haiti, Dr. Adrien Lauré Director General of the Ministry of Public Health (MSPP) and Dr. Jean Patrick Alfred, Director of the Ministry's Study and Programming Unit (PIU).

This meeting was an opportunity for the MSPP to share useful information with Canadian partners on the National Coordination Mechanisms, the Strategic Orientation Framework and the Ministry's priorities. Discussions focused on both the modalities of cooperation of Canadian partners and the national coordination of the health sector.

The exchanges highlighted the interest of a mutual accountability framework, including the definition of partnership indicators with the Haitian authorities, the need to align more closely with the national sectoral priorities, the reinforcement of the departmental coordination, the structuring the dialogue of Canadian partners with each other and with the MSPP.

Canadian partners and Ministry's representatives have, in turn, expressed their satisfaction at this opportunity to exchange on topics of interest to the Haitian health system.

It should be noted that the 26 partners endorsing the call for action are currently implementing 43 projects, 11 of which are funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC).

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