OECD Public Governance Reviews: Haiti

Strengthening Public Administration for Resilient and Sustainable Governance

The government of Haiti is undertaking public governance reforms to support sustainable growth and inclusive socio-economic development. This Review analyses areas such as whole-of-government co-ordination, the links between budgeting and planning, and the decentralisation process to improve development outcomes to which all levels of government in the country contribute. It also assesses the management of the civil service and the implementation of open government strategies and initiatives to involve citizens in the policy cycle. This Review provides concrete recommendations, aligned with key national strategic documents such as the State Modernisation Programme 2018-2023 and Haiti's Strategic Development Plan, to support public governance reform in Haiti.

Published on December 14, 2021Also available in: French

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Abbreviations and acronyms
Executive Summary
Diagnostics & recommendations
Contextualising public governance in Haiti
Whole-of-government coordination led by the centre of government in Haiti
Use of evidence in strategic planning and budgeting in Haiti
Multi-level governance in Haiti
Strategic management of the public service in Haiti
Open government and strategic management of public communication in Haiti
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