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Unfulfilled promises leave Haiti ‘sick and broken’ — New Internationalist


It seems that about 94 per cent of humanitarian funding went to donors’ own civilian and military entities, UN agencies, international NGOs and private contractors. In addition, 36 per cent of recovery grants went to international NGOs and private contractors. Yet this is where the trail goes cold – you can look at procurement databases to track primary contract recipients, but it is almost impossible to track the money further to identify the final recipients and the outcomes of projects. — New Internationalist.

 

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