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iciHaiti - Social : End of USAID's «Kore Lavi» program
18/07/2019 08:37:06

iciHaiti - Social : End of USAID's «Kore Lavi» program
After 6 years of existence, the "Kore Lavi" Program of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID - Haiti) is successfully completed. Implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor (MAST), the goal was to model a social safety net approach that improves vulnerable households' access to locally produced nutritious foods.

Intended to strengthen food security and reduce malnutrition, "Kore Lavi" benefited nearly 86,500 food-insecure people in the departments of Artibonite, Gonâve Island, North-West Southeast.

In addition, under this program, 1,241 savings groups were created in 4 departments, generating savings of more than $1.9 million, which provided additional economic opportunities for beneficiaries.

Finally, in close coordination with the Ministry, a powerful database (SIMAST) was developed to map and target the most vulnerable households in the country. SIMAST is a vulnerability mapping tool for current and future programs for the most vulnerable.

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