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Fonds de Reconstruction d’Haiti (FRH) or Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF)

FRH or HRF is a partnership between the international community and the Haitian Government to help finance post-earthquake reconstruction.  FRH mobilizes, coordinates and allocates contributions from donors to finance high-priority projects, programs and budget support.  They partner with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Nations (UN) or the World Bank (WB) to ensure that international standards for quality, good governance and financial management are met.  All proposals for FRH or HRF financing must be endorsed by the Office of the Prime Minister as consistent with the Action Plan for the Recovery and Development of Haiti.

FRH or HRF is known to be the largest source of un-earmarked financing, having received about 18 percent of total funds disbursed for Haiti as of December 2011.  The Fund does not set reconstruction priorities or directly advise the Government but works through implementing agencies that are acceptable to one of their partners.

For the Fund’s profile, click here. For FAQ, click here. For listing of documents for reconstruction process in Haiti, click here. For website in French, click here.

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Website supports French and English languages.
Go to Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF)’s Website

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Latest Site Update: 27-4-2015 .